Have you heard the latest?

The Pool Safety Council has been wound up and its functions transferred to the QBCC. The QBCC Pool Safety and Plumbing Compliance Unit will now handle technical matters and disciplinary issues. A consultative group will be created by Building Codes Queensland with members drawn from the previous Pool Safety Council. As at November the 5th 2014 there were:
• 346,533 registered pools,
• 60,196 current pool safety certificates issued

Is your pool registered? Do you need a safety certificate? Contact us and we can guide you through your queries.

22019Dec

Victoria Pool Safety

Victoria pool safety Pool safety regulations are not just for Queensland and there are new regulations happening in every state. Drowning is one of the leading causes of preventable death in young children aged 0 to 5 years, and in Victoria, 40 per cent of drowning incidents in this age group occur in home swimming…

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302019Jul

Handy diagrams of pool safety legislation

Below you will find a handy link to the QBCC web site with some great pool safety legislation images. These images will help understand some of the pool safety compliance in Queensland. https://www.qbcc.qld.gov.au/pool-compliance-checklist-diagrams?fbclid=IwAR22BQ_sz0NMMbIRzyVKImdzpnryDB0d4bLTb6pCLYhQSQe_VBvAcsTUHw8 We also have great videos and tips on our Facebook page. http://www.facebook.com/Robsons.Pool.Safety.Inspections Please contact us if you have any questions or would…

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192019Jun

Pool Safety Certificates in Brisbane

Do you need a pool safety certificate in Brisbane? Did you know we cover nearly all of Brisbane and Ipswich for our pool safety inspections, pool fence repairs and new pool fencing? We are based in Riverhills 4074 and travel to most areas of Brisbane from Mount Ommaney, Jindalee, over to areas like Cleveland, up…

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112019Jun

Robson’s scoop another award!

We are proud to announce that Nick Robson our lead pool safety inspector in Brisbane, has scooped another major award last Saturday night. SPASA Australia had their annual Queensland awards night and Nick won this award below This is Nick’s 7th major pool safety inspections award making him a consistent award winning inspector in Brisbane,…

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312019May

Less red tape for pool owners in Queensland

Did you know you are required to engage a pool safety inspector before and after you complete any new pool fencing to an existing swimming pool in Queensland? At Robson’s, we ensure all pool safety requirements are met and help you along the way. A form 26 is required from a pool safety inspector before…

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122019May

Winter pool safety reminder

Even though the weather is cooling down in Brisbane, the swimming pool is still a very desirable play area for children. Luckily in this video (link below), these children were being supervised. These are some of the most common things I find that are left too close to pool fences that can be used to…

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42018Nov

Christmas Closure 2018

Robson’s Pool Safety Inspections will have the closure dates below. At this time we reflect on our customers for the year and thank you. To our new customers for the new year ahead, we can’t wait to help you. We will be closed from 5pm Friday the 22nd of December and we reopen on Monday…

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302018Apr

Equipotential bonding

Do you know what equipotential bonding is? Equipotential bonding is the equalisation of electrical potential (voltage). By connecting any electrically conductive building materials (pool equipment, pool fences, diving boards, etc) to the earthing system of the house by electrical cables Using a simple analogy. “Just as water in a pipeline can escape when joints or…

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