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no barriers? owners of inflatable pools might be up the creek without a paddle
The State Council of construction stipulates that any swimming pool that can accommodate 30 cm of water must be surrounded by children --proof barrier.
Local councils should be enforced, but with the real start of the summer, few people have been found to do so on Saturday.
According to the law, the swimming pool can be any \"excavation or structure\" capable of a water depth of 300, \"mainly used for swimming, wading, paddling or similar \".
The owner also needs to obtain a building permit for a fence or obstacle and ensure that it meets the rules of height, bolts and clearance.
A fine of up to $5000 for non-compliance.
The inflatable pool is available without a building permit.
Deputy Construction Commissioner Neil Savi said: \"local councils and their municipal construction surveyors have ongoing enforcement responsibility for existing swimming pools through law enforcement and investigation procedures.
But sources within the metropolitan and regional committees say
Few known provisions are implemented. Unlike in-
Ground pool and above permanent pool
The ground pool that requires a building permit does not have a record of the inflatable pool.
At Warrnambool, the Commission plans to use aerial photos this summer to locate the small inflatable pool and take live shots
Two years ago in the summer, they found that more than half of the people did not comply with the regulations, so they checked.
In Mildura, after the commission found that they had no obstacles around the inflatable pool, it required about seven owners each year to enter the \"emergency order\" phase.
City building surveyor Mark Yantses says it\'s a zero
Policy of tolerance.
Most parliaments, however, have ignored this.
\"In the real world, most people do nothing,\" said a state government source . \".
Adam McCosh, senior building inspector at Warrnambool, said the inflatable device is more dangerous in some ways than the large pool, \"because of the foldable side and the lack of access to it when sold at a local retail store
But, he said, \"like many laws, people may not know anything about them \". An Auditor-
The general\'s report to the State Council this week found that there was an insufficient trend in the construction permit to comply with the pool safety requirements.
Mr. Savery said that the Commission agreed that it was possible to improve the quality of the documents prepared as part of the building permit process in an all-round way.
Drowning is the most common preventable cause of death for children under the age of five in Victoria, he said.
The pool fence reduces the risk of drowning to about a quarter of drowning in an unprotected pool.
His warning is that the new life-saving Victorian figures show that the number of Victoria people drowning in inland waterways has increased by 10 per cent in the past year.
The state coroner\'s office and the annual study of life-saving Victoria showed an average of 9 kinds of alcohol
The state has associated deaths each year, most of them men between 35 and 44 years old, mostly in rivers.
This is one of two demographics of the rising drowning rate in Victoria this year.
The other is a child between the ages of 5 and 14.
The drowning rate of toddlers has dropped significantly, and the recent drowning rate of immigrants, international students and tourists has also dropped significantly.
Experts have determined that 20 per cent of all drowning incidents in Victoria involve alcohol.
Trish Worth, chairman of the lobby group Drinkwise, said it was a \"very Australian phenomenon \".
She said that the way of life in the summer, especially in areas where many deaths occur, is \"a male culture involving alcohol and risk --taking\'\'.
She said it is difficult to try to change this mindset through public activities because there is a high risk of offending the target audience.
\"We can\'t blame you or the person you want to hear will be turned off.
A study by the National Rural Health union shows that people in rural and remote areas of Australia are more likely to drink alcohol and cause harm.