NEED A SWIMMING POOL INSPECTION?
FROM 1 DECEMBER 2015, ALL QUEENSLAND POOL FENCES MUST MEET THE SAFETY STANDARD
Why choose us?
No Hidden fees
No hidden extra charges
Fully Licenced, accredited and insured business
Reliable high quality service
Servicing all of the Sunshine coast, Gympie & Hinterland areas
Why choose a pool safety business on the Sunshine Coast?
It’s a safe, systematic pool safety inspection designed to make our pools safe for everyone in our community.
Effective pool fencing also helps keep kids safe. This is why the new Queensland pool safety laws have been introduced. We are also committed to the educational aspects of pool fencing requirements in Queensland. We understand that change is sometimes difficult, however we must adapt to changes in our life.
We are committed in helping you understand the new pool fencing regulations and can assist you every step of the way. Pools should be safe for all children.
ERMQ provide you with simple direction on how you can conform to the legislation for swimming pools in a simple and structured way.
When do I need to comply?
You have until 1 December 2015 to meet the pool safety standard, or earlier if you sell or lease your property.
What types of pools need to comply?
All swimming pools, spas and portable pools that can be filled to a depth of 300mm and have a volume of more than 2000 litres.
How do I know if my pool is compliant?
You can complete a free self-assessment using the QBCC’s simple checklist at http://www.qbcc.qld.gov.au/pool-checklist/ If you are unsure about any aspects of compliance, give us a call. We have licensed Pool Safety Inspector.
Shared Pool – E.g. Caravan Parks, Motels or Unit Complexes – Every Yea
Non-Shared Pool – E.g. Private residence – Every Two Years
enting – Pool safety certificate must be current
If you are issued with a non-conformity issue you will have 90 days to comply and have re-inspected.
If you would like any further information on swimming pool inspections, questions answered or to make a booking please contact us.
Pool owners should check the register to ensure their pool has been registered. If your pool is not registered you may face penalties of up to $235.
If you do not have a current pool certificate for your property. Call us to arrange an inspection