South Carolina Spa Rules Sign
Complies with S.C. Code Regs. 61-51
- Item #
- Sign Reads
Caution: Elderly Persons And Those Suffering From Heart Disease, Diabetes, High Or Low Blood Pressure Should Consult Their Physician Before Using The Spa, The Use Of This Spa While Under The Influence Of Alcohol, Anticoagulants, Antihistamines, Vasoconstrictors, Vasodilators, Stimulants, Hypnotics, Narcotics Or Tranquilizers Should Be Avoided, Pregnant Women Should Not Use The Spa Without Consulting Their Physician, Persons Should Spend No More Than Fifteen (15) Minutes In The Spa At Any One (1) Session. Long Exposures May Result In Nausea, Dizziness Or Fainting, The Maximum Temperature Recommended By The South Carolina Department Of Health And Environmental Control, For Any Spa Is 104° F. The Actual Temperature Of This Spa At ___ O'Clock Today Is ___° F
- SC Code of Laws
- ANSI Z535 / OSHA
- OSHA 1910.1200(c)
- Shipping Declarations
61-51. Public Swimming Pools
(e) Spa Caution Sign. In addition to a pool rules sign, heated spas must also have a waterproof sign with bold lettering which is clearly visible and contains the following warning statement:
(i) Elderly persons and those suffering from heart disease, diabetes, high or low blood pressure should consult their physician before using the spa.
(ii) The use of this spa while under the influence of alcohol, anticoagulants, antihistamines, vasoconstrictors, vasodilators, stimulants, hypnotics, narcotics or tranquilizers should be avoided.
(iii) Pregnant women should not use the spa without consulting their physician.
(iv) Persons should spend no more than fifteen (15) minutes in the spa at any one (1) session. Long exposures may result in nausea, dizziness or fainting.
(v) The maximum temperature recommended by the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control, for any spa is 104 [degrees] F. The actual temperature of this spa at o'clock today is [degree] F.
16. Pool Temperatures
(a) Pool, spa, lazy river, or other pool type temperatures shall not exceed 104 degrees Fahrenheit.
(b) The temperature of each heated Type "D" pool must be monitored and posted by one of the following ways:
(i) Every two hours and posted on the spa caution sign.
(ii) Continuously with automated equipment and the temperature displayed within sight of the spa.
(iii) A shatter-resistant thermometer placed in the spa so that spa users can read it.