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Pool Safety Register

15-May-2017

The Pool Safety Register serves to provide records to the public about which pools are registered as having a Pool Safety Certificate issued in a particular locality. All residential pools in Queensland must be registered with the Queensland Building and Construction Commission (QBCC). Failure to do so can result in both fines and costs to pool owners to rectify any non-compliance. A licensed pool safety inspector carries out compliance checks to see if the pool meets currents standards for: Fences Gates Latches Signage Buyers of a property that have a pool can search the QBCC Pool Safety Register to determine

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Pool fences and Safety barriers

11-May-2017

Do you have a pool? Then it must have a safety barrier which is well maintained at all times. Maintenance of pool fences and safety barriers are essential to keep children safe from drowning or being seriously injured. If you have a damaged pool fence or a barrier, you must repair it immediately. At present all pool fences and barriers must comply with current pool safety laws. Why do barriers fail? There are several common reasons for this the gates are not self-closing and self-latching from all points the height of the pool safety barrier is less than 1200mm—ground levels and garden beds can rise over time, reduc

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