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Australian Standard AS1926.1 – Swimming pool safety – Safety barriers for swimming pools is open for public comment.
SPASA Australia is conducting an Industry Stakeholder Roadshow to highlight positive aspects and key concerns of the draft standard.
For more details, see information below from SPASA Australia.
SPASA Australia QLD Roadshow AS1926.1 – 2019 Proposed Draft (Public Consultation)
Australian Standard AS1926.1 – Swimming pool safety – Safety barriers for swimming pools is now officially open for public comment.
This Australian Standard is critical to the swimming pool and spa industry and members should take the time to review what is being proposed.
Changes proposed in the AS1926.1 draft includes a number of new requirements that have the potential to impact the swimming pool and spa industry.
SPASA Australia is concerned that the new draft may be more complex than is necessary and that the draft has not achieved the initial proposed objective to reduce interpretation, ambiguity and provide greater clarification.
These Roadshows are not to be missed.
To ensure that the swimming pool and spa industry is properly informed, SPASA Australia will be delivering an Industry Stakeholder Roadshow to highlight some of the positive aspects and key concerns within the draft standard.
Where: Colmslie Hotel | Wynnum Rd & Junction Rd, Morningside QLD 4170
When: 29 October 2019, 5.30pm
To attend, register with SPASA Australia here
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