Utah Administrative Code
Health
Title R392 - Disease Control and Prevention, Environmental Services.
Rule R392-302 - Design, Construction and Operation of Public Pools.
R392-302-39 - Signs.

Universal Citation: UT Admin Code R 392-302-39

(1) Signs required in R392-302 shall be placed to alert and inform patrons in enough time that the patrons may take appropriate actions.

(2) Signs shall be written in a lettering style, stroke width, spacing, and contrast with the background such that the sign is clearly visible.

(3) As required in different subsections of this rule, sign lettering shall meet one or more, if stated, of the following minimum size standards:

(a) "4 Inch Safety Sign" shall be written in all capital letters that are at least four inches, 10.2 centimeters in height.

(b) "2 Inch Safety Sign" shall be written in all capital letters that are at least two inches, 5.1 centimeters, in height.

(c) "Rule Signs" shall be written with any required signal word, warning or caution, as the sign heading in letters at least two inches, 5.1 centimeters, in height and the body or bulleted rules in letters at least 0.5 inches, 1.27 centimeters, in height.

(i) If the sign can only be viewed from more than a distance of ten feet, 3.048 meters, the letter height shall be larger in the same proportion as the required viewing distance is to ten feet, 3.048 meters.

(ii) The Local Health Officer may approve smaller letter sizes than those required in R392-302-39(3)(c) if the sign will always be viewed from less than a ten foot, 3.048 meters, distance and if the Local Health Officer agrees that the sign meets the requirements of R392-302-39(1) and (2).

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