Pool Safety Inspections

Ensure the safety of your loved ones

A Pool Safety Inspection by Auswide Inspection Group includes a detailed written report that will identify any compliance issues and provides you with solutions to rectify them. 

We recommend you refer to the QBCC “basic checklist” prior to your inspection. 

Frequently Asked Questions

How long does a pool safety certificate last?

A Pool Safety Certificate for a non-shared pool is valid for 2 years. Shared Pool Certificates are valid for 12 months and must be renewed at the end of the 12 months.

Can i sell my property without a pool safety certificate?

When selling your property, it is highly recommended that you get a current Pool Safety Certificate.

should i use the pre-inspection checklist?

You don’t have to; however it is recommended that you use the checklist before booking your inspection with Auswide Inspection Group. We want to make sure that your pool safety barrier passes its inspection first time, so once you have completed the Pre-Inspection Checklist we discuss any issues you may have found prior to the Inspection.

When will i get my pool safety certificate?

You will receive your Pool Safety Certificate within 2 business days of your pool being compliant.

What happens if my pool isn’t compliant?

If the pool is found to be non-compliant, you will be issued with a (insert link to QBCC website) {Form 26 – Pool Safety nonconformity notice} within 2 business days. You will also receive from us a detailed inspection report with suggested solutions to the non-conformities. You then have 3 months from the date of the inspection to rectify the issues and have the pool re-inspected by us.

can i use a different pool inspector for the second inspection if my barrier was not compliant at the first inspection?

No. It is a legal requirement that the same Pool Safety Inspector is used for both the initial inspection and any subsequent inspections.

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