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CPR Signage for Pools

Pool safety regulations were updated on 1st September 2019.
Below are the main regulations for your swimming pool signage.

If you have a pool, you must have your CPR signs for pools
(cardiopulmonary resuscitation)
signage for pools prominently displayed.


If you are building a new pool, it must have a CPR pool sign
when completed and a warning sign during construction.


Signage to be attached to the safety barrier of the pool or
displayed near the pool so that the signis easily visible
to a person near the pool.


Be at least 300mm by 300mm in size


Be made of a durable and weatherproof material


Include a prominent statement explaining
how to act in an emergency
(e.g. call Triple Zero, stay with the
injured person, provide first aid).


CPR Resuscitation Guide 2 Sign

This CPR resuscitation sign is now a legal requirement in QLD for all pools and spas and for all new pools and spas in all other states and territories. CPR signage for pools helps save lives.

If you own a pool or spa a CPR resuscitation sign is a must.

This sign complies with ANZCOR Guideline 8

UV Resilient and Protected

We laminate our Aluminium Composite Panel and Vinyl Sticker ranges with UV protective matte laminate. This gives our signs an extra layer of protection from the harsh Aussie conditions, making our signs perfect for outdoor environments. Our UV laminated signs will last a minimum of 5 years even in the most harsh and testing environments.

Corflute CPR signs are commonly fixed to pool fences, pool entry gates, or walls surrounding the pool. The corflute is 5mm thick and has UV resilient digitally printed graphics applied.

Regulations by State

These regulations are governed at a state level and being Australia all states have slightly different regulations. Queensland is leading the way and if we follow their regulations you will be well covered.

If you would like to read each states including New South Wales (NSW), Queensland (QLD) and Victoria's (VIC) pool safety regulations check out our blog:

Add that finishing touch

A common concern when using signage is keeping them in place. When used outdoors, their appearance can easily be affected by factors such as the weather and, instead of making your display stand out, they can make it look untidy and unprofessional. Drill holes, eyelets, doubled sided tape and cable ties are the solution to this problem. Rounded corned signs evoke warmth and trust. Many call them “friendly rectangles” for this reason.

* Easy install
* Low cost
* Assists in fastening your signs
* Good resistance to UV


    These signs will guide you through the CPR process.


    These signs must be displayed if you own a pool or spa.


    The people in your pool and yourself legally.

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