Pool safety inspectors
A pool safety inspector's role is to inspect pools to determine whether they comply with the standard. They can issue safety certificates and nonconformity notices.
Pool inspectors may be employed privately or by a local government.
Read more about the role of pool inspectors.
The Queensland Building and Construction Commission (QBCC) provides advice for inspectors about licencing and professional development, and other aspects of the role.
This information provides links to essential information for pool safety inspectors on QBCC.
Pool safety inspector login
To access the QBCC's section for pool safety inspectors, log in or register on myQBCC.
Apply for a pool inspector licence
You must hold a valid pool safety inspector licence before you can perform a pool inspection.
Find out how to apply for a pool safety inspector licence.
Renew, restore or replace a pool inspector licence
You must renew your licence every year. The QBCC will send you a renewal notice 20 business days before it's due.
Find out how to renew, replace or restore a pool inspector licence.
Professional development for pool inspectors
As part of your role, you must continue to update your knowledge of pool safety legislation, regulations, practices and standards.
The QBCC maintains a list of activities and courses that have been approved as continuing professional development for pool safety inspectors.
Find out the requirements for professional development for pool inspectors.
- Last reviewed: 6 Aug 2020
- Last updated: 22 Nov 2019