Pool Safety

Pool Safety Saves Lives

Drowning is one of the leading causes of death in Queensland for children under the age of five years old. Supervising young children, teaching them to swim and having effective pool fencing can save lives.

Owners of pools, spas and portable pools in Queensland must ensure their pool
barrier complies with the pool safety standard. This home owner’s guide has been
created to provide tools and tips to help navigate through the legal requirements so that you can learn more about your responsibilities as a pool owner.

 

POOL SAFETY COMPLIANCE - NAIL IT!

Glass pool fencing doesn't just look great, it's incredibly safe, there are no gaps in the panels & the smooth surface makes it almost impossible to climb. Prevent unsupervised access, glass is the ideal way to protect your family without hindering the view. Supervising is made easy as glass gives you unlimited visibility.

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Swimming Pool Barriers
Balcony Adjacent Pool Area

Home Owner's Guide.

Queensland Building and Construction Commission's home owner's guide to ensure your pool is safe.

Does Your Pool Comply?

The standard covers such things as the height and strength of barriers, non-climbable zones, gates and their latching requirements and preventing direct access from a building into a pool area.

Pool Safety Compliance

Pool safety laws are necessary to keep young children safe and save lives. Owners of regulated  pools in Queensland must ensure their pool barrier complies with the pool safety standard.

Our Safety Compliance Checklist

This checklist shows some key requirements under Queensland’s current pool safety standard. The checklist should not be used as a substitute for an inspection by a licenced pool safety inspector.

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