Compliant pool barriers help save lives by preventing young children from accessing swimming pools.

All pools, including spas and some portable pools, must now comply with the pool safety standard.  

The standard applies to homes with new or existing pools as well as short and long-term accommodation premises. This includes new and existing pools in houses, unit complexes, hotels, motels, backpacker accommodation, caravan parks and mobile van parks.

If you’re a pool owner, maintaining your pool includes more than just testing the water. Your pool fence or barrier must also be regularly checked. There are strict laws about fence height, gate latches and other necessary inclusions. These regulations are there to keep you and your family safe but can also be a bit of a headache. We can do the hard work for you though. We can evaluate your pools compliance so you don’t have to spend hours memorizing and ticking off the QBCC’s compliance checklist. We will check the pool from top to bottom to ensure you are up to regulations.

Buying a new house with a pool?

Are you a Real Estate Agent sorting a pool inspection for your buyer? A Property Rental Agent wanting to keep the property up to date and compliant? Or are you someone who just wants to keep themselves abreast of the legislation surrounding pool compliancy?

You receive a detailed report.

The report summarises my professional evaluation on the condition of the pool and associated accessible equipment. Listed in this report are the recommendations for maintenance and repairs or just any items that you may need to keep an eye on.

If you would like to do a quick survey of your property before I pop out to see you, simply click on the link below for the pool safety guide provided by the QBCC.

Pool Safety

Pool Compliance