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Released on 30-07-2020

District of Columbia Pool / Spa / Water Safety Signs and Labels

These District of Columbia water safety signs and labels come in a variety of sizes and styles to help you maintain compliance with safety regulations. These signs inform visitors to your pool or spa of the rules and share important and legal warnings.

  • These signs are best used to increase safety for employees and guests in pools and spas and to maintain compliance with D.C. regulations

  • Display these surface-mount signs in high-visibility areas of your spa or pool

  • These signs should be used by owners of pools and spas in the District of Columbia

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Swimming Pool Rules - No swimming when pool is closed - No swimming when lifeguard is not on duty - You must pass "deep-water test" to use deep end - No running on deck - No dunking, splashing or horseplay inside the pool - No diving in any depth under 5 1/2 feet - No toys, floating devices, snorkels or masks allowed in the pool, unless part of an authorized class - No gum, spitting, spouting, nose blowing or urinating in the pool - No consumption of food or glass containers allowed in the pool area - Socializing with or distracting the lifeguard on duty is prohibited - Only appropriate swim attire allowed in the pool - Aqua shoes are only to be worn during Water Aerobic Sessions as long as they are clean and free of all foreign debris. Elderly or handicapped patrons who wish to wear aqua shoes must present a doctor's note stating the need for the use of aqua shoes

NHE-50780-Washington
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POOL RULES SHOWER BEFORE ENTERING POOL AREA PERSONS SHOWING APPARENT SIGNS OF INFECTION OR OTHER EVIDENCE OF HIGH CONTAMINATION RISK, SUCH AS OPEN CUTS, WOUNDS, RASHES OR BLISTERS SHALL BE EXCLUDED FROM ENTERING THE POOL FOOD AND BEVERAGES ARE PROHIBITED EXCEPT FOR IN SPECIFICALLY DESIGNATED EATING AREAS NO FOOD, DRINK, GLASS OR ANIMALS IN THE POOL AREA DO NOT SWALLOW THE POOL WATER THE USE OF TOPICAL AGENTS INCLUDING OILS, BODY LOTIONS AND MINERALS PRIOR TO ENTERING OR WHILE IN THE WATER IS PROHIBITED BATHERS SHALL NOT INTRODUCE DIRT, EXCRETA AND OTHER EXTRANEOUS MATTER INTO THE WATER DO NOT BRING DANGEROUS OBJECTS AND MATERIALS IN TO THE POOL AREA UNSAFE ACTS, BOTH IN AND OUT OF THE WATER ARE PROHIBITED INCONTINENT INDIVIDUALS MUST WEAR PROTECTIVE CLOTHING SMALL CHILDREN WEARING DIAPERS MUST ALSO WEAR SNUGGLY FITTING RUBBER PANTS POOL HOURS: ____AM TO ____PM

NHE-15262-DC
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Spa Pool Rules - Persons should not remain in this pool more than 15 minutes per hour. Longer exposure may be dangerous. - Spa use is restricted to adults 18 and older and youth 14-17 years accompanied by an adult. - Observe time limit to avoid nausea, dizziness, fainting, and heat stroke. - Pregnant women and persons suffering from heart disease, diabetes, high or low blood pressure should not enter the spa without prior medical consultation. - Do not use this pool while under the influence of any type of alcohol, drugs, anticoagulants, antihistamines, vasoconstrictors, vasodilators, stimulants, hypnotics, narcotics or tranquilizers. - Submerging your head under water is not advised, doing so increases the danger of hypothermia. - WATER SAFETY TIPS FOR CHILDREN - Never take your eyes off of children in the pool, even for a moment. If you are in a group, appoint a designated "water watcher", taking turns with other adults. - Do not rely on water wings or other inflatable toys. If your child cannot swim, stay within an arms reach. - Lifejackets are strongly recommended for all nonswimmers. - While supervising, stay alert and avoid distractions, like reading or using the telephone. - Tell children to stay away from pool and hot tub drains. - Tie up long hair securely to guard against drain entanglement. - If you find a drain cover that is loose, report it immediately and do not enter the spa.

NHE-50781-Washington
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POOL RULES NO TOBACCO PRODUCTS, DRINK, GLASS OR ANIMALS IN THE POOL DECK AREA BATHING LOAD: ____ PERSONS POOL HOURS: ____AM TO ____PM SHOWER BEFORE ENTERING POOL AREA DO NOT SWALLOW THE POOL WATER THE POOL AND SPA OPERATOR AT THIS FACILITY IS ________ DISTRICT PERMIT NUMBER ________

NHE-15261-DC
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