Washington Pool Rules No Lifeguard on Duty Sign
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- Sign Reads
Pool Rules: Children 12 Years Of Age Or Less Must Be Accompanied By An Adult At All Times, Children Between The Ages Of 13 And 17 Must Have One Other Person With Them, Everyone Must Take A Cleansing Shower Before Entering The Pool, Anyone With A Communicable Disease Or Anyone Who Has Been Ill With Vomiting Or Diarrhea Within The Last Two Weeks Is Prohibited From Using The Pool, Anyone Under The Influence Of Alcohol Or Drugs Is Prohibited From Using The Pool, No Running Or Horseplay, Food Or Drink Is Not Allowed In The Pool, Anyone In Diapers Must Wear Protective Covering To Prevent Contamination, Diapers Must Be Changed At Designated Diaper Changing Areas, Anyone With Seizure, Heart, Or Circulatory Problems Should Not Swim Alone, Anyone Refusing To Obey These Rules Is Subject To Removal From The Premises, If A Child Twelve Years Of Age Or Less Is Using The Pool, A Responsible Adult Eighteen Years Of Age Or Older Must Accompany The Child And Be At The Pool Or Pool Deck At All Times The Child Uses The Facility, If An Individual Between Thirteen Years Of Age And Seventeen Years Of Age Is Using The Pool, At Least One Other Person Must Be At The Pool Facility, If There Is An Emergency Call 911, The Location Of The Nearest Telephone Is ____________________________, The Location Of The Nearest First-Aid Kit Is ___________________________
- WA Administrative Code
- OSHA 1910.1200(c)
- Shipping Declarations
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The Washington Pool Rules No Lifeguard on Duty Sign has informational messages for property and swimming policy concerns. The Washington Pool Rules No Lifeguard on Duty Sign is a useful tool to help protect the health and safety of others in pool and swimming areas, and is not a substitute for necessary protective measures for lessening or eliminating hazards.This sign complies with WAC 246-260-131. All text is at least 3/8" tall.