Delete clause G1D2 and insert TAS G1D2 as follows:
(1) A swimming pool with a depth of water more than 300 mm and which is associated with a Class 2 or 3 building or Class 4 part of a building, must have suitable barriers to restrict access by young children to the immediate pool surrounds in accordance with AS 1926.1 and AS 1926.2.
(2) A water recirculation system in a swimming pool with a depth of water more than 300 mm must comply with AS 1926.3.
(3) Swimming pools for the use of the public, a club, or an association, or in connection with Class 3, 5, 6, 7, 8 or 9 buildings must—
be constructed of durable materials with smooth finishes; and
have sides vertical; and
in that part of the pool where the water depth is not more than 1.5 m, have the bottom or floor slope not steeper than 1 vertical to 15 horizontal; and
have the depth of water marked clearly and conspicuously on each side of the pool (at the shallow end and at the deep end); and
not have diving boards installed where the water depth is less than 3.5 m; and
have scum-gutters with opening not less than 150 mm if they are to provide hand-holds; and
have the floor or bottom of the pool, except for the guide lines, of such colours that the light reflectance is not less than 60%.
(4) For a public swimming pool or pool in which competitions are held—
all steps into the pool must be recessed; and
fittings must not project into the water area; and
piping must not be bracketed to the sides to provide hand-holds; and
surrounding concourses must be provided not less than 2 m wide, with a suitable non-slip surface, graded away from the pool and drained to waste; and
dressing rooms with sanitary accommodation must be so located that bathers pass through that accommodation enroute to the swimming pool.