We are thrilled to have been named the Gold Winner 2019 for the category of, Commercial Pool over $250,000 and Commercial Project of the Year in the Swimming Pool and Spa Associations annual Awards For Excellence (South Australia)
They might not be out on site with tools in their hands building pools and servicing in plant rooms but the value are female staff bring to the company is enormous. We thought we’d take an opportunity to introduce them and give you an insight into their roles, responsibilities and how they all juggle working with motherhood.
For most outdoor swimming pools Winter see’s systems shut down, pools turning green and very little activity, no one is swimming in the pools so why bother wasting time and resources right? We take a different approach to Winter and thought we’d share our top tips on looking after your public or community pool this winter.
In the February/March 2019 edition of Splash! Magazine an in-depth article focused on the evolution of stainless steel pools which led Natare Pool Corporation to build arguably the most recognised elevated swimming pool in the world, Marina Bay Sands.
Values and Culture are often discussed in corporate boardrooms; find out how we developed a different approach to making inclusive values for our company to be launched in 2019. See what makes working for us so unique
From backyard plunge pools through to multi-pool Aquatic and Leisure Centres, swimming pool maintenance and cleaning needs to be done correctly and regularly to ensure a safe and clean swimming environment. We’ve created a printable reminder for your Community or Commercial Pool to remind your staff about the the daily requirements.
Accidental Faeces Release (AFR) can occur quite frequently and in many cases, such incidents can go undetected. AFR into a swimming pool can however lead to outbreaks of numerous infections that are directly associated with viruses, bacteria, and pathogenic protozoa.
The risk of a pool contaminated with Cryptosporidium is directly related to the organism’s characteristics and the transmission/epidemiology of the disease. Briefly, infective Ocysts are resistant to standard levels of chemicals (as used in pool disinfection).
Pool sanitation begins with bather supervision and discipline. For the most part, the rules governing good conduct and cleanliness are common‐sense. This however does not detract from their seriousness and or the need for their strict enforcement.