Register your pool by 1 November 2020.
By now, you should have registered your pool with your local council, and received a letter stating the pool construction date, and the standard that applies to your pool. This is an important document – we will need a copy!
New laws requiring pool owners to register and certify their pool apply to all new and existing pools across Victoria. Whilst the standards or rules that apply to each pool may differ, the process of registering and certifying each pool is the same.
Download the applicable checklist below for your pool or spa. This will give you the tools to complete your own pre-inspection and rectify any items prior to the inspection.
The age of the pool has been determined by the Council and will appear on the letter sent by the Council.
Book your inspection now call Chris on 0498 589 573
We provide a comprehensive site inspection and assessment of pool safety barriers for compliance with regulatory requirements.
If your safety barriers are compliant; a Compliance Certificate will be issued for you to lodge with Council.
If there is any non-compliance found with the barrier this will be discussed in detail with you on the day and an easy to understand written report with photos will be supplied identifying the non-compliant items.
Within 60 days Chris will come and re-inspect your Pool or Spa if required at no additional charge after recommended repairs or alterations are complete.
Issue of compliance certificate and scheduled reminder to ensure you have plenty of notice when your next inspection is required in order to maintain compliance.
Once we’ve certified your pool, you have 30 days to lodge your compliance certificate to council.
This certificate MUST be submitted within 30 days, or it will expire and we need to inspect again.
We’ll contact you again in 4 years when it’s time to go through the process again.