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Pool Safety Perth

National Drowning Report 2013


There were 291 drowning deaths in Australian waterways between 1 July 2012 and 30 June 2013. The number of people drowning in Australia has increased this year and is the highest number  seen since 2009/10. Swimming pools accounted for 61 per cent of drowning deaths in children aged 0-4. This highlights the need for a secure pool/spa fence that complies with the BCA codes. 

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Tackling non-conforming products


The chorus of complaints about non-conforming products (NCPs) infiltrating the building and construction sector raises important questions about quality and safety.  It also poses serious commercial challenges for the businesses that do play by the rules. The safety risks to employees and the public as well as the risks to business sustainability and long term asset values are serious.   The evidence of non-conformance now in the Australian building market including structural collapses, understrength materials, shoddy and fraudulent practices, inadequate compliance frameworks, glass falling from high rise buildings and electrical equipment posing fire and electric shock risk indicate there is a threat to employee and public safety.

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“I just wanted to let you know how happy we are with the after service of our pool fencing. It is so rare to find a company that stands so strongly behind its product and is passionate about providing the best service.”

Samantha & Roland Scarborough

“I would like to let you know that I am very pleased with not only the finished product but the service we have received from you guys. If only all the other people that we dealt with were as reliable!!-”

Helen Karrinyup

“Thanks for going the extra and your generous assistance over both the jobs, please let all your crew know a good job from order to fit. I will recommend you up here, it looks great.”

Kel & Steph Geraldton