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

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. All are made in the USA.

  • Help address safety for employees and guests; maintain compliance with D.C. regulations

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

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

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Water Slide Rules - Riders must line up at the bottom of the slide stairs.- Riders must be at least 48 inches (48") tall. - Only one person at a time is allowed on the slide. - Landing area must be clear before rider slides down. - No flotation devices are allowed on the slide. - Backside must always be against the slide, no sliding face first, no standing, squatting or kneeling. - No spinning while riding slide. - Riders must exit landing area immediately after ride.

NHE-50782-ElPaso
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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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Swimming Pool Rules - All guests must pay the price of admission or have a current season pass to enter. - Children under the age of 10 must be accompanied and supervised by a responsible person age 16 or older. - Animals are prohibited with the exception of service animals. Service animals are allowed on the deck only, not in the water. - Tobacco products, chewing gum, alcoholic beverages, glass containers, grills, lights, illegal substances, knives or weapons are not allowed inside the pool area. Bags and coolers are subject to search. - Guests may be requested to complete a swim test to access certain areas of the pool. - Non-swimmers and weak swimmers may be required to wear a life jacket. - Guests must be 48" tall to ride the water slides. - Inflatable toys and water toys allowed at staff discretion. Personal flotation devices must be U.S. Coast Guard approved. - Proper swimwear is required. No revealing or transparent swimwear, denim clothing, or clothing with metal attached is permitted. - Swim diapers designated for pools are required for children who are not toilet trained, regular diapers are prohibited. - All guests must shower before entering the water. - Do not drink the pool water, spit or spout water from the mouth. - Running, dunking, riding on shoulders, fighting and rough housing are prohibited. Diving permitted in designated areas only. - Abusive or profane language directed to other guests or staff is not acceptable. Guests will be asked to leave without refund for using abusive or profane language. - Loitering is not permitted in and around the facility, including the parking lot. - Alteration or removal of safety equipment is prohibited except in an actual emergency. - All guests must obey the rules listed above and follow the instructions of Water Safety Staff.

NHE-50771-Dallas
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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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Swimming Pool Rules - Diving in shallow areas is not allowed. Signs indicate areas where patrons should not dive. Throwing of bathers or allowing bathers to dive from each other's shoulders or knees is also not allowed. - Two speaker radios or oversized one speaker radios are not allowed. - Fighting or rough horseplay is not allowed. This includes chicken fighting and dunking. - SCUBA equipment (tank, regulator and buoyancy control device) is not allowed unless used by a SCUBA class. Snorkels are allowed if they are used with supervision. - Frisbees, tennis balls or any hard balls are not allowed. - Profanity or public display of affection is not allowed. - Fins must be worn only in the water. They must be taken off when out of the water. - All children who are not yet toilet trained must wear a swim diaper along with their bathing suit when entering the water. A plastic or rubber diaper cover is highly recommended in addition to a swim diaper and bathing suit. A swim diaper or regular diaper must be worn while out of the water. - The pool will close for 30 minutes when thunder is heard and/or lighting is sighted. The pool will reopen 30 minutes after the last thunder is heard or lighting is seen. Patrons must seek shelter under a man made structure during a thunderstorm. - Glass of any type is not permitted. - Alcohol and drugs are not allowed in the pool area. Intoxicated individuals will not be allowed into the facility. - Nerf balls, air mattresses and floats are allowed in the shallow end (4ft or less) only if the pool is not crowded. - Inner tubes are not allowed. - Baby floats are allowed only if the child is being supervised by an adult in the designated area. The child must be within arms reach of the supervising adult. - Bicycles, skates or skateboards are not allowed in the pool area. - Water guns are not allowed. - Lap lanes are for lap swimming only. - Plastic toys are allowed inside the pool area only with adult supervision. - Patrons cannot have children sitting on their shoulders or holding onto their backs. - Five minutes before every hour there will be a five minute safety check. All swimmers will be asked to get out of the pool, except for those who are doing swimming laps. - All children under the age of 10 must be actively supervised by someone that is 15 or older. All children between the ages of 10 and 14 must take a swim test if they do not have supervision. They will be allowed to swim in the pool if they pass the swim test.

NHE-50788-Austin
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Swimming Pool Rules - Pool users must wear authorized swim wear. Clothing such as cut-offs, sports-wear, underwear and under garments is not permitted as swimwear. Shirts may not be worn. - All patrons must take a cleaning soap shower before entering the deck area. Sun bathers should shower before each entrance into the water in order to rinse off perspiration, lotions and sunscreens. - Any person having a skin disease, sore or inflamed eyes, cold, nasal or ear discharge, communicable disease or who is wearing any kind of adhesive bandage or band-aid will not be permitted in the pool. Persons having any considerable area of exposed sub-skin tissues, open blisters, cuts, are warned that these are likely to become infected. Such persons may not use the pool. - Any person who is experiencing diarrhea may not use the pool. - Running, boisterous or rough play, pushing, acrobatics, dunking, wrestling, splashing, yelling, diving or jumping haphazardly, snapping of towels, improper conduct causing undue disturbances in or about the pool area or any acts which would endanger any patron are prohibited. - Swimming under the bulkhead is prohibited. Patrons may not walk or sit on the bulkhead. - Spitting, spouting of water, blowing nose or urinating in the pool are prohibited. - Prolonged underwater swimming for distance is not permitted.

NHE-50783-ElPaso
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Swimming Pool Rules - Pool patrons must wear proper swim wear. Patrons may enter the facility in street clothes, but may not enter the water or deck (concrete area surrounding the pool) in any capacity without proper swim attire. - Swim wear must be made of lycra or nylon and made for swimming - Patrons must wear swim suits only: trunks (with liners) for men, bathing suits for women. Only snug-fitting rash-guard shirts are permitted in the pool. - Children in diapers are not allowed in the pool unless they are wearing swim diapers. - All swim wear must be colorfast (non-fading). - No t-shirts, basketball shorts, cotton shorts, denim shorts or non-aquatic undergarments are allowed. - Appropriateness of clothing, coverage or swimwear is up to the discretion of the staff. - Diapers must be changed in and disposed of in restrooms. - Patrons with open sores, diarrhea, any infectious diseases, or who are openly bleeding are not permitted in the pool. - Children 10 and under must have a guardian with them who is 16 years of age or older. No child 10 and under may be left unattended inside the facility. - In order to enter the facility, groups must have a guardian-to-child ratio of 1 to 15 for children ages 10 and under. - Abusive, offensive or profane language will not be tolerated. - Running, pushing, wrestling or causing undue disturbance is not allowed. Misconduct of this or any other type is grounds for expulsion from the pool. - Lifeguards may exclude anyone from the deep water who has not demonstrated sufficient ability to swim. - Only Red Cross or Coast Guard-approved pool floats are allowed in the pool. - Only inflatable balls are allowed in the pool. Staff can deny use of these items if they are misused or if they cause a disturbance. - Food is allowed in designated picnic areas only. No glass containers or alcohol of any kind are allowed inside the facility - Do not lounge or loiter near the lifeguard, stand or talk with lifeguards while they are on-duty. Questions should be directed to Pool Attendants or Managers unless there is an immediate safety issue. - Drugs, alcohol and weapons are strictly prohibited. Possession will result in expulsion. - Patrons thought to be intoxicated will not be permitted to enter the facility. - Non-service animals are prohibited. - No tobacco products are allowed.

NHE-50772-FortWorth
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Swimming Pool Rules - Keep children under 10 years of age within arms reach of you at all times. - Never allow children to swim alone, especially when lifeguards are not on duty. - No diving in less than 13 feet of water. - Always walk (do not run) when in pool area. - Only use USA coast guard approved life jackets that are properly fitted for the children's weight and body size. - Do not allow children to ride on your back, no hand stands or any type of horseplay in swimming pools. - Use sunscreen, apply 30 minutes before being exposed to sun. - Drink plenty of water to avoid dehydration before exposure to a heated environment.

NHE-50767-Houston
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Swimming Pool Rules - Any child between the ages of 0 through 10 years of age must be supervised by a person at least 18 years of age with proper swim attire and must remain with that adult at all times. Any child 11 years of age or older does not need to have anyone accompany them. - Remember children still in diapers must be wearing approved swim diapers in order to use our swimming pool. - No one is allowed in the pool area unless a lifeguard is on duty. - Approved swim attire must be worn while swimming at all times. This means swim wear only. No cutoffs, denim shorts or basketball shorts that are hanging off the body. All swimwear must have a liner. - Swim attire must be made of lycra, spandex or nylon. - No one having a contagious disease or infectious condition or having bandaging or healed abrasions will be allowed in the pool, including fresh tattoos. Refer any of the above cases to the Pool Supervisor. - Chewing gum and smoking are prohibited. - No running, pushing, shoving, horseplay or any other type of boisterous activity will be allowed in the pool area. - No breakable containers or glass allowed in the pool area. - Personal flotation devices may be used for therapeutic or rehabilitative purposes and may be used only with prior approval of the Pool Supervisor and a doctors note. All other flotation devices are prohibited for all patrons including children with the exception of coast guard approved lifejackets. - The use or possession of alcohol and drugs on city property is prohibited. - Anyone suspected to be under the influence will be prohibited from entering the facility. - Patrons are responsible for their own valuables and personal items. - Masks, fins and snorkels are not permitted.

NHE-50769-SanAntonio
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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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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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