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No Smoking Within 20 Feet Of Entrances And Exits And Operable Windows Sign - 12x12 - Non-reflective


No Smoking Within 20 Feet Of Entrances And Exits And Operable Windows Sign - 12x12 - Non-reflective

No Smoking Within 20 Feet-Entrances-Exits-Operable Windows Sign-12x12

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No Smoking Within 20 Feet

Of Entrances And Exits And Operable Windows Sign

No Smoking Within 20 Ft Of Entrances And Exits And Operable Windows Sign - 12x12 - Non-reflective Indoor-Outdoor rust-free aluminum No Smoking signs

  • Constructed of heavy-gauge .063 rust-free aluminum
  • Digitally printed on rugged vinyl using outdoor-rated inks
  • Rated for at least 7 years no-fade service
  • Signs have holes drilled at top and bottom center for easy mounting
  • DOUBLE the working life of your No Smoking Signs by adding 3M Protective Overlay Film (POF)! 3M’s high-tech POF protects sign faces against fading caused by the sun and harsh weather—and makes graffiti and sticker defacement damage easy to clear away without harsh abrasives.
California Government Code Sections 7596-7598 Smoking is prohibited: In an outdoor area within 20 feet of a main exit, entrance, operable window, or inside of a public building owned and occupied, or leased and occupied, by the state, a county, a city, a city and county, or a California community college district.

California became the first state in the country to ban smoking in nearly every workplace; effectively banning smoking in indoor public spaces. California's workplace smoking prohibition was enacted by AB 13 and became law in 1995 (Labor Code 6404.5). Restaurants were included in the ban, and bars, taverns, and gaming clubs were phased in by 1998. The law covers all "enclosed" places of employment, therefore, patio or outdoor dining facilities may allow smoking. While California's law is one of the most restrictive in the nation, a number of exemptions are allowed (see below). Many local jurisdictions, both county and state, have closed the exemptions through the enactment of local ordinances. In addition, smoking is only permitted 20 feet away from entrances, exits and windows.

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