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Warning signs

Signs to warn the public that a swimming pool is under construction must also be displayed, however, these requirements will not apply to portable pools that can be moved from place to place, such as portable spas and pools

CPR signs

New pool safety laws being implemented from summer 2010 will require all pools to display the latest prescribed cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) sign adopted by the Australian Resuscitation Council by December 2015, unless sold or leased first.

Pool Safety Qld

Between 1 January 2004 and 18 May 2010, 35 children under five years of age drowned in Queensland's residential swimming pools, as well as two drownings in wading pools and one in a home-made pool.

The Queensland Government has introduced Australia's toughest new pool safety laws as a result of the most comprehensive review of Queensland's swimming pool safety laws in nearly 20 years.

The new pool safety laws aim to further reduce the incidences of drowning and serious immersion injuries of young children in swimming pools.