On-Site Rectification

By: Inspection Service  26-Jul-2011
Keywords: Inspection Services, Inspection, Pool Safety

Once we carry out a pool safety inspection, we will then know if your pool complies with the new fencing laws. If it passes then we issue your safety certificate, but if it fails the testing process, sometimes all it takes is some minor repairs or rectification to bring it up to the latest code.

In the event your pool does not conform you will be issued with a “Form 26 Pool Safety Non Conformity Notice” you will have three months to make the necessary repairs and or rectification work. The inspectors here at av pool safety inspections, hold an “unrestricted licence”. This means we hold a BSA licence in a class that allows us to carry out minor repairs, if needed, to make your pool fence barrier comply.

We will assess the scope of work, quote you and do all necessary repairs and rectifications needed, providing the fall under the banner of “minor repairs”.

This of course is completely obligation free and you are quite welcome to arrange alternate rectification work if you so desire.

The advantage with this is that we can come back, if we are able to, within the 2 day period and complete the rectification.
This will save a re-inspection fees and ultimately from issuing a “Form 26 Pool Safety Non Conformity Notice”

Once repairs are complete, we then issue your “Form 23 Pool Safety Certificate” .

From there we input all the data in the Pool Safety Council and complete the certification process for you!

For minor repairs carried out by yourself you can visit      for all the products you may need.

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