Safety labelling. A portable swimming pool and its retail packaging must display a warning message that is: permanent; legible; of a certain height; in contrast to the background colour of the packaging; on front of the package. If the depth of the portable swimming pool is less than 300 mm, the warning
6 Warning message on portable swimming pools. 1 For paragraph 104 2 c of the Australian Consumer Law, a portable swimming pool must display a permanent warning message. 2 If the depth of the portable swimming pool is less than 300 mm, the warning message must include the following statement: “WARNING!
Manufactured in accordance with Australian Standard AS 1926.1-2007 Swimming Pool Safety, Part 1: Safety barriers for swimming pools*. Our temporary pool fencing is adaptable and can be used for other industry applications where there is a water
Temporary Guardian Pool Fences for Kids, Removable/ Portable/Mobile Swimming Pool Safety Fencing Panels
Australian Standard AS1926.1 Safety Barriers for Swimming Pools. The current Australian Standard AS1926-2012 the standard is in place as the standard in NSW, Victoria, South Australia, Tasmania, Western Australia and the ACT. In these jurisdictions, the standard is called up by the Building Code of Australia BCA and in many cases, there are...
If the property is sold after 1 October 2008, the child-safety barriers must comply with Ministerial Building Standard MBS 004 Swimming pool safety – designated safety features for pools built before 1 July 1993 before settlement. This means that barriers must be installed to separate the pool area from the house where ever possible.
pools is included in AS 1926.2-2007, Swimming pool safety – Location of safety barriers for swimming pools. This Standard may be regulated in different ways by State and Territory building regulators. There is a list of Regulators, Industry Bodies and Associations and Local Government Associations located at the end of this guide. Pool Safety
The Australian/New Zealand Standard for temporary ladders is AS/NZS1892. This was created in 1996 and covers off the manufacturing and design requirements for ladders of different construction materials including: AS/NZS 1892 Portable Ladders; Part 1 – Metal; Part 2 – Timber; Part 3 – Reinforced Plastic; Part 5 – Safe Use & Care
portable swimming pool has the meaning given by section 5. Note Australian Consumer Law is defined in subsection 4 1 of the Act. 5 Portable swimming pools In this safety standard, a portable swimming pool is a swimming pool that is:
This Australian standard was prepared by Committee CS/34, Safety of Private Swimming Pools. It was approved on behalf of the Council of the Standards Association of Australia on 11 August 1986 and published on 5 September 1986. The following interests are represented on Committee CS/34: Citizens Private Swimming Pool Safety Committee
Certified – All portable cots Australia wide must meet the mandatory Australian Standard AS/NZS 2195. To ensure you are purchasing one of the safest portacots Australia has, make sure the portacot has a product label clearly stating that it has passed and exceeds the Australian
The Australian/New Zealand Standard for temporary ladders is AS/NZS1892. This was created in 1996 and covers off the manufacturing and design requirements for ladders of different construction materials including: This Standard is quite old and is presently under review. The Standard is developed and managed by a committee of representatives...
Ladders & Handrail. One of AstralPool’s main fields of expertise is the manufacture of stainless steel ladders, whether in AISI-304 or AISI-316. In fact, ladders were the very first articles AstralPool made over 30 years ago, when we began producing pool equipment. The equipment used to shape and handle the high-quality stainless steel tube...
Swimming pools and spas. Since 2000, 27 young children have fatally drowned in Victorian private swimming pools and spas. In at least 20 of those cases, the non-compliance of the safety barrier was a contributing factor. We encourage the active supervision of young children in and around swimming pools and spas at all times.
A pool fence is mandatory for every in-ground and above ground pool and spa that is 300mm deep or more. Portable wading pools less than 300mm deep don’t require a fence but vigilant adult supervision of children is still required at all times. What Should a Pool Fence be Made From? Australian standards dictate pool
*Adapted from Independent Review of Swimming Pool Barrier requirements for backyards= swimming pools in NSW – Michael Lambert. Sept 2015. Note: If the swimming pool barrier is modified, altered or rebuilt, then the current Swimming Pools Act 1992, Swimming Pools Regulation 2008 and Australian Standard AS1926.1-2012 is applied and previous exemptions cease.
Pool Ladders & Hand Rails. Highest quality Stainless Steel pool ladders, grab rails & hand rails available at Direct Pool Supplies. On all our stainless range the side rails are 38mm O.D. 1 1/2" grade 316. All the flange mounted stainless steel ladders include cover plates
Learn tips to keep your pool safe for your family and comply with Queensland pool safety laws. Registering a pool or spa Find out how to register a pool or spa that you’re selling or leasing, and check if a pool is registered
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