Pool Signs for Facilities
So you have a pool or water recreational area. Your guests are going to love you! Truly nothing is better for lounging, staying cool, occupying the kids, putting one's nose in a good book and working on that tan. You are doing a good thing for your visitors, and it takes some dedicated signage to give them the safest experience possible and give yourself a little peace of mind. These aren't just polite recommendations. Swimming signs are major protections to your liability, and in many cases required by law. Make sure you know what you are required to post before you assume. No one wants their guests leaving in an ambulance, or to be seen leaving in an ambulance. Nor do you want them to return with a man in a tie carrying a briefcase. Now let's get to those signs and see if we can help you keep your head above water.
Start with the approach to your entry area. What do guests need to know and agree to before entering the pool facility or recreational area? Property and security signs dictate who is allowed to use the pool facilities (and when), warn against no trespassing, and reference important security procedures and contacts. Inside the swimming area, you will want to post general operational, emergency procedure, and emergency resource signs in highly visible areas. This includes No Lifeguard on Duty signs, Swim at Your Own Risk signs and Pool Rules signs adapted exclusively for your facility. In proximity to the swimming area itself you want to have your No Diving signs and other explicit reminders to guests in and around the water. Informational signs related to swimming areas can be some of the densest. Let us help you navigate your legalities and responsibilities while determining which signs you need, how many, and the optimal placement. Come on in, the water is fine!