Installing a pool or spa complaint with new fencing laws?
As of December 2019, new laws to improve swimming pool and spa safety came into effect in Victoria.
It is now mandatory for owners of land where a swimming pool or spa is located to register their pool or spa with the relevant council. These new laws apply to swimming pools and spas that are capable of holding more than 300mm (30cm) of water.
Above ground pools
Bathing or wading pools
Some relocatable pools
Pool owners will need to engage a registered pool safety inspector to carry out an inspection and issue the compliance certificate. Once a pool or spa is registered, the local council will notify pool owners of the due date for the first certificate of pool barrier compliance. Pool owners are required to arrange an inspection and lodge the certificate with their local council
Oke Temporary Fencing & Compliance have a team of professionals certified to:
Inspect pool and spa fences for compliance
Issue permits for compliant pool and spa fences
Provide temporary and compliant fencing if there is an issue with your current fencing
Replace old fencing with a new compliant solution to suit your home, lifestyle and budget
Talk to us today about the compliance of your pool or spa fence.