Is your swimming pool registered? (NSW or QLD)

shutterstock_128732618Have you heard of registering your pool in NSW or QLD? For those who have not done so yet, this is a registration for all pool and spa owners that must occur by law if you live in NSW or QLD. You can register your pool online by clicking on the links provided in the bracket for your respective state (NSW & QLD ). If you do not register there is a risk of incurring a fine ($220 with the possibility of an additional fine of $2000 if the council refers the matter to the court).

Note: Registering your pool does not mean it is compliant. It just means it is listed on the swimming pool register.

The Register All owners of pools and spas (both in ground or above ground capable of holding water in excess of 30cm in depth) will be placed in the register. This register ensures that all pool and spa owners will be provided with the right information so that they’ll be able to comply with the current regulations and legislation in effect. The register has come into effect to reduce drowning which is the primary cause of death or injury to children 5 and under. This is a very serious problem as one child under five drowns every week in Australia. These startling figures should not be the case in Australia, and we hope that they will lessen over the years. Therefore as a pool or spa owner, you have a duty to ensure the safety and protection of children.

A Good Reason to Register We hope that you will register before you incur a fine, but more than that, for the safety of those that you love.

Sources: http://www.swimmingpoolregister.nsw.gov.au/ https://www.qbcc.qld.gov.au/home-building-owners/pool-safety/find-pool-safety-inspector-search-property-or-register-your-pool

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