CPR signs mandatory in pool areas.
To comply with pool safety laws and achieve pool safety certification, homeowners and businesses who have pools, who are selling or renting a property with a pool, or are installing a new pool, must install a CPR sign.
The CPR sign must be prominently displayed and it must:
show how to perform CPR
be attached to the safety barrier of the pool, or displayed near the pool, so that the sign is easily visible to a person near the pool
be at least 300mm by 300mm in size
be made of durable and weatherproof material
include a prominent statement explaining how to act in an emergency
Do you know that according to new smoke alarm legislation, from 1 January 2017, when replacing smoke alarms, they must be of a photoelectric type which complies with Australian Standard (AS) 3786-2014?
From 1 January 2017:
Replacing smoke alarms:
Existing smoke alarms manufactured more than 10 years ago must be replaced.
Smoke alarms that do not operate when tested must be replaced immediately.
Existing hardwired smoke alarms that need replacement must be replaced with a hardwired smoke alarm.
From 1 January 2027:
Smoke alarms in all dwellings must:
be photoelectric (AS 3786-2014); and
not also contain