is your pool compliant?

Without a pool that complies the risks are high should a drowning or submersion injury occur in your pool. It’s bad enough dealing with the loss of a life, imagine being left with a harrowing law suit if your pool is found to be non- compliant with the standards. It’s not worth the risk of a life or law suit when you can have your pool inspected.

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Highly recommend!

Through my various roles managing an office, and now in my capacity as a consultant to real estate offices (many who use CCA), I have confidence that anyone who uses CCA will be compliant and not have to worry. The reporting is transparent and their online portal allows you to see where any property is up to, and be able to re-download compliance certificates if needed – very handy when conducting internal audits to be able to cross reference quickly.

Highly Recommend Dean and his team at Complete Compliance Australia.

Andrew Dixon / REVASS

First rate for service!

We made the decision to change to CCA 10 years ago now. We did this as we needed the assurance that our properties were being checked by licenced electricians and if any faults they could be fixed immediately. This simply cant be done by other companies who use unqualified trades and then return to later fix. Fires don’t wait for anyone…

What more can I say – you get what you pay for and this business is a First rate for service!

Kelly Higgins / MPM Property

Peace of mind!

As a principal, who has unfortunately had fatal property fires, Smoke Alarm compliance is something that keeps me awake at night – the risk to my business, but also to peoples lives. Complete Compliance Australia put my mind at ease, knowing how diligent they are, and their standard of compliance reporting. CCA have serviced my managements for years, and have also found them very easy to work with – quickto action work orders, always available to phone for “Urgent” jobs where they then get to them straight away

Paul Hodkinson / Ray White IMS

things to look out for

There are some pool fencing regulations that you should be careful to follow.

  • Pool fences need to be at least 1200mm (1.2m) high or if the boundary fence is used, the boundary fencing section must be at least 1800mm (1.8m) high.
  • Make sure that there are no footholds or indentations greater than 10mm (1cm) on your fencing that children can use to climb over the fence into the pool area.
  • The fence itself should not be more than 100mm (10cm) above the ground and the distance between any palings or panels should not be more than 100mm (10cm). This means that kids cannot squeeze under or between the fence to gain access to the pool.
  • You should also make sure that there are no trees, plants, furniture, barbecues, pool equipment or anything else that is climbable within 900mm (90cm) of the outside of your pool fence. This is called a non-climbable zone (NCZ). This is because kids are naturally curious and can use these to climb into the pool area.

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