The Certifier is accredited under the Building Professionals Act 2005, and is authorised to carry out inspections of swimming pools and to issue certificates of compliance under the Swimming Pools Act 1992.
B. The Company and Certifier
Name of Certifier
My Pool Safety Pty Ltd
20 Stuart Mould Cres LALOR PARK NSW 2147
02 9920 1241
C. Parties to the agreement
Name of insurer:
Certain Underwriters at Lloyd’s
Ace House Unit, 2/25 Main St Beenleigh QLD 4207
Period of insurance cover:
01/07/2018 To 01/7/2019 (Both days 4pm local time)
The fees must be paid to the Certifier before the Certifier carries out the work described under Part E. Description of services.
1. Swimming Pool Inspection $ 300 incl GST
(First inspection, includes report and where swimming pool complies a certificate of compliance);
2. Swimming Pool Re-Inspection $150 incl GST
(Re-inspection, includes report and where swimming pool complies a certificate of compliance);
E. Description of services
The Certifier will perform all work necessary to comply with relevant statutory requirements, including:
- Inspecting the swimming pool.
- Assessing whether the swimming pool complies with the requirements for the issue of
a certificate of compliance under section 22D Swimming Pools Act 1992.
- If the swimming pool complies, issuing a certificate of compliance to the Client.
- If the swimming pool does not comply and the property is subject to sale a non-compliance certificate will be issued along with a written notice under section 22E Swimming Pools Act 1992 indicating the items of non-compliance.
- If the swimming pool does not comply and the property is not subject to sale, a written notice undersection 22E Swimming Pools Act 1992 indicating the items of non-compliance will be issued.
- Forwarding a copy of the notice to the council if required to do so by section 22E Swimming Pools Act 1992.
- If necessary, re-inspecting the swimming pool.
- Updating the property record on the NSW Swimming Pool Register, as required.
F. Important information for pool owners
If your pool is found to be non-compliant at the inspection, and you plan to rectify the defects you have 3 options:
- The Certifier can complete the fixes
- The certifier can repair your pool fence and issue a certificate of compliance if your certifier has an authority under the Home Building Act that allows them to construct a swimming pool or construct structural landscaping.
You can to check whether your certifier holds the required licence or qualified supervisor’s certificate at the NSW Fair Trading website at www.fairtrading.nsw.gov.au. The repairs can cost no more than $1,000, including materials and labour, and the repairs must be completed as expeditiously as possible. You don’t have to accept the certifier’s quote.
- You’re free to get quotes from other tradespeople
- You can do the repairs yourself.