SPASA Australia, in conjunction with SPASA WA and SPASA Victoria, is organising a national roadshow to inform and discuss proposed changes to one of the industry’s most important standards: Australian Standard AS1926.1 – Swimming pool safety – Safety barriers for swimming pools.
The new draft now officially open for public comment and SPASA Australia COO Spiros Dassakis says that this standard is critical to the swimming pool and spa industry and members should take the time to review what is being proposed.
“Industry cannot afford to miss these roadshows,” he says. “Proposed changes are likely to significantly and negatively impact your business.
“Cost to industry is estimated to be at least $150,000,000 p.a. and the effect of that will be spread across all sectors including: pool builders/contractors, fencing contractors and manufacturers, pool equipment and material suppliers, the pool service industry.”
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, and there are concerns that the new draft may be more complex than is necessary and may not achieve the initial proposed objective to reduce interpretation, ambiguity and provide greater clarification.
The roadshows will highlight some of the positive aspects and key concerns within the draft standard.
(co-hosted with SPASA WA)
|15th Oct||5.30pm||Empire Bar Function Room
220 Great Eastern Hwy
Lathlain WA 6100
|SA||16th Oct||5.30pm||Hackney Hotel
95 Hackney Rd,
Hackney SA 5069
|Central Coast||22nd Oct||5.30pm||Travelodge Hotel
12 Steel St,
Newcastle NSW 2302
|Sydney||23rd Oct||5.30pm||SPASA Australia
1/33 Daking St, Nth Parramatta NSW 2151
|ACT||24th Oct||5.30pm||Garden City Hotel
55 Jerrabomberra Ave, Narrabundah ACT 2604
(co-hosted with SPASA Vic)
|28th Oct||5.30pm||Mulgrave Country Club Inc Cnr Jells & Wellington Roads, Wheelers Hill, Victoria 3150||REGISTER NOW|
|Brisbane||29th Oct||5.30pm||Colmslie Hotel
Wynnum Rd & Junction Rd, Morningside QLD 4170