Regulations and Standards
The NSW government has implemented regulations and standards to ensure the safety and compliance of swimming pools. These regulations aim to prevent accidents, injuries, and drownings by establishing strict guidelines for pool construction, maintenance, and operation.
One of the key regulations introduced in NSW is the Swimming Pools Act 1992, which mandates appropriate barriers or fencing for swimming pools along with regular inspections to ensure compliance.
Swimming Pool Compliance
To protect families and children in NSW, there are strict pool safety policies that require homeowners with pools or spas to obtain inspections and certifications. When selling a home, a pool inspection must be conducted, and either a Compliance or Non-Compliance certificate must be provided during the sale process.
The goal is to prevent drownings and enhance pool safety by strictly enforcing these laws. It is crucial for pool owners to fully understand their obligations under these regulations and take necessary measures to ensure compliance with all safety standards.
Swimming Pool Safety
Clear View Property Inspections will assist you in every step towards achieving your Swimming Pool Compliance Certificate. To become eligible for a Pool barrier compliance certificate, your pool must first be registered on the NSW pool register.
Registering the Pool is a simple process for all homeowners to do. The idea is to have all pools registered in one location so the authorities can see the pool’s status and advise homeowners.
Once the pool is registered on the NSW swimming pool register, we will help you step by step to achieve your swimming pool barrier compliance certificate.