Do I need a current Pool Compliance Certificate?
The most common question I am asked by landlords is, “What do I need to do to prepare my property for rent?” This article is part of a series outlining the most important facets of preparing your investment property. The 9 most important steps are:
- Arrange A Bond Clean by A Professional
- Water Compliance
- Smoke Alarm Compliance
- Pool Safety Compliance
- General Maintenance And Repairs
- Gardening – Clean Up And Tidy Up
- Landlord Insurance
- Carpet Cleaning And Pest Control
- Have Photos Taken
- show how to perform CPR in line with the technique outlined below.
- be attached to the safety barrier of the pool, or displayed near the pool, so that the sign is easily visible to a person near the pool
- be at least 300mm by 300mm in size
- be made of durable and weatherproof material
- include a prominent statement explaining how to act in an emergency (e.g. call Triple Zero, stay with the injured person, provide first aid).
- the inspector reinspects the pool within two days after the initial inspection and is satisfied that the pool now complies; or
- the owner and pool safety inspector agree that the inspector will carry out minor repairs within 20 business days of the original inspection.