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Townsville Pool Inspections & Pool Safety Certificates

Do you Live in the Townsville area and need a Pool Safety Certificate? Our Licenced Pool Inspectors in Townsville can help. Call 0457 256 285. Pool Safety Inspections in Townsville cost $295 (Includes free re-inspection and QBCC Certificate Fee).

We perform pool inspections in the Townsville region and can issue you with a pool safety certificate that complies with the new Queensland Pool Safety Laws commencing Dec 2010. 

 New Queensland Pool Safety Laws will affect all pool owners in Townsville. Select a category below for more information on how the new Pool Safety Legislation will affect you and find out what your obligations are in Townsville.

Shared Pools in Queensland

All shared pools must be inspected and certified every 12 months by a licensed pool safety inspector Townsville

Short Term Accommodation Providers. For shared pools associated with short term accommodation, such as hotels, motels, Resorts, backpackers or hostels, a six month phase-in period applies to obtain a pool safety certificate.

Body Corporates. A two year phase-in period to obtain a pool safety certificate applies to other shared pools, such as common pools in a block of units. However pool safety certificates will be required when selling or leasing a property with a pool even if the property has a shared pool. It is then up to the Body Corporate to arrange for a pool safety inspection. Suficent works must be carried out to meet compliance standards should a pool not comply. Once issued with a Pool Safety Certificate, an inspection will be required every year.

Proposed changes will require pool owners to have a current compliance certificate certifying that their pool meets safety standards. This certificate will be required at time of lease or sale from December this year. 

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Warning signs.

Signs to warn the public that a swimming pool is under construction must also be displayed, however, these requirements will not apply to portable pools that can be moved from place to place, such as portable spas and pools

Pool Safety Qld

Between 1 January 2004 and 18 May 2010, 35 children under five years of age drowned in Queensland's residential swimming pools, as well as two drownings in wading pools and one in a home-made pool. The Queensland Government has introduced Australia's toughest new pool safety laws as a result of the most comprehensive review of Queensland's swimming pool safety laws in nearly 20 years. The new pool safety laws aim to further reduce the incidences of drowning and serious immersion injuries of young children in swimming pools.

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