NSW Swimming Pool Register
Royal Life Saving NSW CEO Michael Ilinsky is calling on all backyard pool owners in NSW to "Be Pool Safe" and sign up to the NSW Swimming Pool Register.
"It is critical all pool owners register their pools so councils and water safety educators can more effectively communicate with pool owners to try and halt drownings.
"There are over 300,000 pools across NSW. Royal Life Saving NSW believes that in a number of areas as many as 1 in every 2 pools simply doesn't meet safety standards.
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Q. What is the NSW Swimming Pool Register?
Q. What is the purpose of the Register?
Q. How do I register my pool?
Q. When do I have to register?
Q. What information do I need to enter?
Q. How will the information entered be used?
Q. How will Councils use this information?
Q. Are there legal requirements for pool fencing?
Q. What are some of the Pool Safey issues I need to consider?
Q. How do I keep my Pool Environment Safe?
In Partnership with the Royal Life Saving - Keep Watch Program
Keep Watch aims to prevent drowning deaths of children under five years of age in all aquatic locations. For over 15 years Keep Watch has been educating Australian parents and carers on how to keep their children safe when in, on or around the water. For further information regarding the Keep Watch program simply click here.
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