These days, maintaining a compliant pool is more important than ever. Thanks to ever-evolving pool safety regulations in Queensland, though, it’s often easier said than done. If you’re looking for a company that is licensed to conduct pool safety inspections in Brisbane, you’ve come to the right place. The Defence PoolSafe team are experts in pool fence inspections in Brisbane. We pride ourselves on staying on top of Queensland’s latest pool safety regulations, including the most recent changes that went into effect on 1 December 2010.
Defence PoolSafe is committed to helping to make every pool in Queensland compliant with the most recent safety regulations. By accomplishing that, the lives of five children under the age of five will be saved. On a more personal note, Defence PoolSafe strives to give pool owners security and confidence. Secure, safe and compliant pools are our ultimate goal.
At Defence PoolSafe, it gives us pleasure to help you obtain full compliance for your pool. To achieve this, we employ a thorough and unique process for pool inspections in Brisbane:
Step 1 - Defence PoolSafe will give you a checklist to help you get the pool ready for inspection.
Step 2 - We will handle the registration of your pool.
Step 3 - We will conduct a thorough inspection of the pool, including the fence and gates, to assess if they meet safety standards and compliance. If the pool is found to be fully compliant, you will receive a compliance certificate in two working days.
Step 4 - For a non-compliant pool, a non-compliance certificate is issued. A report is generated within two business days, detailing the problems discovered, and you will be given three months to resolve the issues.
Step 5 - Defence PoolSafe will work with you to obtain complete pool compliance. With the help of one of our licensed pool inspectors, you will be guided on how to make your pool fully compliant with set standards. Should you need a licensed pool builder for help, we will be glad to refer one.
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