australian standard 1926.1—fencing for swimming pools
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* Boundary fences forming part of the barrier must be 1.8m high, with a 900mm non-climbable zone at the top on the pool side of the fence. Swimming pools built from 1 July 1993 must comply with the rules that were in place when the pool or child safety barriers were approved.
If you are building a new swimming pool, it is important to be aware of the South Australian laws and regulations. Ignorance may result in large fines.
Australian Standard AS1926.1 – Safety Barriers for Swimming Pools AS1926-2012 (the standard) is in place as the standard in NSW, Victoria, South Australia,
28 May 2013 163 St Vincent Street Port Adelaide South Australia • Postal Address PO Box 110 Port with the swimming safety standard, AS 1926.1.As a pool owner, you’re responsible for maintaining the safety of your pool area. If you’re thinking of building a pool, or you already have one installed on your
5 Jan 2017 Enforcement of swimming pool safety requirements is the in the Australian Standards and more detail can be found at the sa.gov.au website.
Swimming pools and recreational waters. See: Interactive water features · Maintaining your pool at home · Public swimming pools and spa pools · Safe use of
it is at least 1.2 metres high. any boundary fences used as part of the child-safety barrier are at least 1.8 metres high on the side that faces the pool, with a 900 millimetres non-climbable zone at the top inside of the fence, a boundary barrier may be climbable on the neighbour’s side.
Swimming Pools (Safety) Act 1972 [ceased]. Repealed by Sch 1 cl 3 of Development (Assessment Procedures) Amendment Act 2007 on 1.10.2008.
Standard for the Operation of Swimming Pools and Spa Pools in South pool structure, pool surrounds, amenities, ventilation, safety and chemical storage.
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