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Do you need a pool safety inspection or Form 23 – Pool Safety Certificate? Book your inspection online now with Be Safe Pool Inspections. At only $200 including the government certificate fee for a residential pool inspection, it really is a small price you pay for piece of mind.

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

The Queensland Government introduced the toughest pool safety laws in Australia as a result of the most comprehensive review of Qld pool safety laws. Introduced in 2010, this new legislation aims to reduce backyard drowning’s and injuries sustained by children in swimming pools. Between January 2004 and May 2010, 35 children under 5 drowned in Queensland swimming pools. Be Safe Pool Inspections aim is to save lives. Providing your family and loved ones with peace of mind, our Pool Safety Inspectors are all government certified and have years of experience to provide you with a hassle free and comprehensive swimming pool inspection process.
A Pool Safety Certificate is only issued with the Pool Safety Inspector deems the fence complies with the Qld legislation. If non-compliant, you will be issued with a notice of non-compliance and repot outlining the reasons why your pool fence is non-compliant and solutions to rectify said issues.
Do you need a pool safety inspection or Form 23 – Pool Safety Certificate? Book your inspection online now with Be Safe Pool Inspections.
At only $200 including the government certificate fee for a residential pool inspection, it really is a small price you pay for piece of mind. Arrange your pool fence inspection with Be Safe Pool Inspections today. Call us on 1300 677 665 to arrange a pool inspection or book your pool inspection online.

Queensland homeowners with non-shared, residential pools must ensure their pool fence complies with the latest pool fence standards by 1st December 2015.

If residents of two or more dwellings can use a pool, such as a body corporate pool, it is a shared pool. For shared pools, the owner must give the person who will be the tenant a copy of a pool safety certificate before entering into the lease if a certificate is in effect.

The owner of a non-shared pool must ensure a pool safety certificate is in effect for the pool before entering into a new or renewed lease for a property.

If no pool safety certificate is in effect before entering into a contract of sale for a property with a pool, the seller must give the prospective buyer a Form 36 – Notice of no pool safety certificate. This form advises that there is no pool safety certificate in effect. The Form 36 is intended to help prospective buyers make a more informed decision about purchasing the property.

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