The Washington Pool Rules Sign for all public pools has been designed in accordance with the Washington WAC Title 246 Chapter 246-262 and is printed on 40 mil aluminum. This sign is guaranteed to meet the state code for Washington.
Pool rules signs are important for all types of pools. Posting your pool rules reinforces important safety guidelines for showering, running, glassware, diving, etc., for all pool visitors.
Our compliance signs are thoroughly researched twice yearly and updated as needed. We guarantee our rules and regulations signs to meet specific state swimming pool codes within ninety days of purchase or they will be replaced, free of charge.
All of our swimming pool and facility signs are of the highest quality and predrilled for easy hanging. Each sign is printed using our high-quality weather and sun resistant inks.
This state sign requires custom text for Emergency Phone and First Aid Kit Locations. You can leave sign blank or have us custom print the information at no extra charge. Enter the information you would like printed including the words "Leave Blank," if that is what you desire.
Please note: Signs printed with custom text cannot be returned. Please ensure the information you provide is accurate, as we will be using the information you provide to print your custom text.
Pool rules signs list the most important rules for swimmers as defined by state, local or federal guidelines. These rules specify proper use of the pool including hygiene, hours of operation, diving rules among others. Most states require posting of pool rules signs at all commercial pools. These signs are essential to limiting liability for pool owners and lifeguards.
When lifeguards or attendants are not present:
Everyone must take a cleansing shower before using pool.
Bathers wearing diapers need to have tight fitting protective coverings to prevent contamination.
Diapers must be changed in designated diaper changing area or restrooms.
If you have a communicable disease that can be transmitted by water or have been ill with diarrhea or vomiting in the last two weeks, do not use the pool.
Bathers with seizure, heart or circulatory problems are advised to swim with a buddy.
Do not use pool when under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
No running on deck or horseplay in the pool.
No food or drinks are allowed in the pool water.
Persons failing to follow rules are subject to removal from the premises.
In an emergency call 911
Closest phone for EMERGENCY use is located at: [BLANK]
First Aid Kit located at: [BLANK]
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