Identifies responsibilities regarding the annual Asset Maintenance Program (AMP) and Special Maintenance Programs (SMP) for Department of Education and Training (DET) facilities including swimming or hydrotherapy pools.
Ensures that maintenance of Queensland Government buildings, i.e. all state schools, ECEC facilities and Employee Housing is undertaken in accordance with the whole of government Maintenance Management Framework (MMF) policy.
To provide clear guidelines and responsibilities for maintenance of DET school, ECEC and housing facilities including swimming or hydrotherapy pools.
DET is committed to maintaining high quality facilities to support effective teaching and learning in a safe working environment.
Through the AMPs and SMPs, DET will support the delivery of maintenance in accordance with the whole of government
Maintenance Management Framework.
The Swimming Pool Maintenance Program addresses maintenance tasks relating to the pool shell, immediate surrounds up to 3m from the water’s edge, underground pipework and filtration systems.
All other swimming pool maintenance tasks identified through the school’s condition assessment are addressed utilising the school’s annual maintenance allocation.
Principals, ECEC Centre Directors, Local Accommodation Officers, Regional Infrastructure Managers and Department of Housing and Public Works (Building and Asset Services (BAS) or their contractors) or Private Service Providers:
Principals, ECEC Centre Directors, Local Accommodation Officers:
Regional Officers (infrastructure Managers and Advisors) are responsible for asset maintenance decision making, supporting principals and collaborating with relevant stakeholders to identify and resolve local and regional issues. They facilitate the quality and value of works delivered in asset maintenance related matters including providing targeted support to Direct to Market schools.
Central Officers are responsible for meeting departmental and government objectives and legislative requirements in asset maintenance related matters and facilitating state, regional and local resolutions of asset maintenance issues.
Maintenance is identified through condition assessments conducted by BAS. These assessments are conducted either a qualified in-house BAS assessors or external organisations commissioned by BAS to undertake on their behalf.
Principals with swimming pools or hydrotherapy pools:
ECEC Centre Directors in DET Owned Facilities:
Local Accommodation Officers (LAOs):
Department of Housing and Public Works (BAS or their contractors) or Private Service Providers:All Providers:
Parents and Citizens Associations (P&C) and Volunteers:
Infrastructure Services Branch (ISB):
Annual Maintenance Program
Building & Asset Services
DIRECT to MARKET method of maintenance delivery where schools engage contractors directly from the private market
Early childhood education centre
Maintenance Assessment Report derived from condition assessment. For further information see
What is maintenance?.
Maintenance Management Framework
Special Maintenance Programs
Workplace health and safety risks that require immediate attention
Work identified from a condition assessment, i.e. Maintenance Assessment Report (MAR)
Routine Breakdown maintenance
Work that arises due to the failure of a building element and is not contained in the MAR e.g. blocked drain
For further information, please contact your closest regional office.
DET employees, please contact:
Manager, Asset Maintenance UnitPhone: (07) 3034 4531
Uncontrolled copy. Refer to the Department of Education Policy and Procedure Register to ensure you have the most current version of this document.
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