Public Swimming Pools

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Safety assessment services

The Royal Life Saving Society WA has a team of experienced aquatic facility managers available to provide an independent and comprehensive assessment of your aquatic facility. An assessment will improve your facility's safety systems and keep you abreast of industry best practice. 

Typically the service includes:

  • Onsite Assessment and observational study
  • Benchmarking against relevant regulations and safety standards
  • Safety Improvement Plan
  • Observation & Recommendations

Service Cost: 

Contact the Safety Services team for a quote as the actual cost is heavily dependent on the scope of work.

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Operational / emergency plans

The Royal Life Saving Society WA has a team of experienced aquatic facility managers who can develop a customised operations manual and/or emergency plan for your aquatic facility.  This plan will meet the requirements of the Department of Health — Code of Practice.

Typically the service includes:
  • Gathering relevant documents, permits, manifests, suppliers
  • Documenting work processes, outlining how systems operate (including pictures and how-to videos)
  • Assisting with the formulation of rules and centre policies
This service is particularly useful for busy managers who have limited time available for administrative tasks. It is also a very valuable ‘knowledge retention strategy’ for facilities that have changes in managers due to shift changes and/or staff turnover.

Service Cost:

Contact the Safety Services team for a quote as the actual cost is heavily dependent on the scope of work.

Emergency stress tests

The Royal Life Saving Society WA coordinates ‘emergency system tests’ in the form of mock scenarios for aquatic facilities, as a way to test the facility's documented systems and procedures. For most centres the scenario includes a full evacuation, a task that is expected of public buildings in WA (Health (Public Buildings) Regulations 1992). Conducting a full evacuation is often postponed by facility managers because of day-to-day workloads and operational pressures. Royal Life Saving has a complete team of ‘planners, actors and assessors’ to simplify the process and provide a comprehensive end-to-end service for aquatic facilities.

Service Cost:

Contact the Safety Services team for a quote as the actual cost is heavily dependent on the scope of work.

 

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Bigger Better Safer Report 

Each year the Royal Life Saving Society WA, in conjunction with LIWA Aquatics, produces a report on the state of the Aquatics Industry in Western Australia.