South Dakota Spa Caution Sign
Complies with South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources
- Item #
- Sign Reads
Caution: Pregnant Women, Elderly Persons, And Persons Suffering From Heart Disease, Diabetes, Or High Or Low Blood Pressure Should Not Enter The Spa/Hot Tub Without Prior Medical Consultation And Permission From Their Doctor, Do Not Use The Spa/Hot Tub While Under The Influence Of Alcohol, Tranquilizers, Or Other Drugs That Cause Drowsiness Or That Raise Or Lower Blood Pressure, Do Not Use At Water Temperatures Greater Than 102° Fahrenheit (39° Celcius), Do Not Use Alone, Unsupervised Use By Children Is Prohibited, Enter And Exit Slowly, Observe Reasonable Time Limits (That Is, Ten To Fifteen Minutes), Then Leave The Water And Cool Down Before Returning For Another Brief Stay, Long Exposure May Result In Nausea, Dizziness, Or Fainting, Keep All Breakable Objects Out Of The Area
- SD Dept. of Environment
- ANSI Z535 / OSHA
- OSHA 1910.1200(c)
- Shipping Declarations
Recommended Standards for Swimming Pool Design and Operation Policies for the Review and Approval of Plans and Specifications for Public Pools
6.8.4 WARNING SIGNS - Whenever the pool area is opened for use and no lifeguard service is provided, warning signs shall be placed in plain view of the entrances and inside the pool area which state, "WARNING – NO LIFEGUARD ON DUTY" with clearly legible letters at least 4 inches (10 cm) high. In addition, the signs shall also state in clearly legible letters at least 2 inches (5.1 cm) high, "NO SWIMMING ALONE. CHILDREN AND NON-SWIMMERS SHALL NOT USE THE POOL UNLESS ACCOMPANIED BY A RESPONSIBLE ADULT."
(C) "CHILDREN UNDER 14 -- BRING AN ADULT. Non-swimmers and children under 14 years of age need responsible adult supervision."