It is now mandatory for owners of land where a swimming pool or spa is located to register their pool or spa and have their safety barriers inspected and to lodge a certificate of barrier compliance with their council.
Once your swimming pool or spa has been registered, you need to arrange an inspection of the safety barrier to determine if the barrier is compliant with the applicable barrier standard.
We help you get the certificate of barrier compliance by conducting the barrier inspection by professional fully insured, accredited and VBA registered Inspectors.
At Pool Barrier Inspection Victoria, we follow a straightforward and efficient process for pool inspection in Melbourne. Our aim is to make the process seamless and ensure that your pool or spa barriers meet the necessary safety standards.
We will remind you when your next inspection is due.
VBA Registered and Insured Inspectors at Pool Barrier Inspections Victoria are passionate about making the pools safe all-around Victoria. We are focused on making the process streamlined and hassle free for our clients. With broad range of experience and solid foundation working with pools and spas, inspectors at Pool Barrier Inspections Victoria are well poised to help you get your pool/spa barrier compliant and certified.
Our dedicated team of inspectors is well-versed in poolside inspections and pool inspections in Melbourne. We conduct thorough examinations of your pool and spa barriers, ensuring that they meet the required safety standards. Contact us today to schedule your pool inspection and let us help you create a safe and secure swimming environment for your loved ones.
Below are three checklist you can use depending on the construction date of your pool to assist you in conducting a self-assessment prior to us conducting the actual inspection. A self-assessment is to give you a basic understanding of the safety requirements and does not replace the actual inspection carried out by licensed inspectors.
New building regulations in Victoria make it a legal requirement for swimming pool and spa owners to have effective safety barriers in place. To comply, owners must register their facilities with local councils and engage a professional building practitioner for regular inspections and certification.
At Pool Barrier Inspection Victoria, we take pride in being Melbourne’s most trusted team of pool and spa inspectors. We understand the importance of having a compliant pool or spa barrier, and we’re here to help you every step of the way.
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Registration of pool and spa is done by your local council. Contact your local council or visit their website to register the pool.
You will be required to register your pool with the local council just once
The council will determine the date of construction and the applicable barrier standard and inform you in writing in the letter you get after the registration of your pool.
Every four years after the first certificate of pool and spa barrier compliance was lodged with the council.
It is an offence to not lodge a certificate of barrier compliance for a pool or spa by the due date, and you can face substantial on the spot fines and penalties.
|Pool/spa construction date||Compliance certificate must be lodged by|
|On or before 30 June 1994||1 November 2021|
|From 1 July 1994 until 30 April 2010||1 November 2022|
|From 1 May 2010 until 31 October 2020||1 November 2023|
Yes – Regardless of children present in the household or not it is mandatory to get a certificate of compliance.