Pool Certification

By: Inspection Service  26-Jul-2011
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Once your pool has had its Safety Certificate Inspection, your pool will have either passed the testing procedure or has failed to meet the prescribed guidelines as set out by the government.

You will then be issued with a form confirming the status of your pool inspection. A full list of pool safety forms can be found here at the government website link below.

If your pool passes the inspection, you will be given a “Form 23 Pool Safety Certificate”



Your pool certificate will be filled out by us and issued to the owner of the pool or the agent who is looking after the property, within 2 business days of the inspection.

Only the same inspector that has inspected the pool has a right to issue the certificate.

If your pool fails the inspection, you will be given a “Form 26 Pool Safety Non Conformity Notice”


Your certificate of non compliance will be filled out by us and issued to the owner of the pool or the agent who is looking after the property, within 2 business days of the inspection.


Big fines can be applied to people who do not comply with these latest

Once issued with a “Form 26 Pool Safety Non Conformity Notice” you will have three months to make the necessary repairs and or rectification work. Mandatory follow up inspections will be required, this must be done by the same inspector who issued the certificate of nonconformance. He would need to come out to do the final re-inspection to sign off on the compliance certificate.

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