Custom PPE-ID™ Charts
Post and display a visual chart identifying Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) required t...
In November of 2006, the citizens of Arizona made their voices heard by passing Proposition 201, The Smoke-Free Arizona Act. This landmark statute took effect on Tuesday, May 1, 2007 and requires posting of specific Arizona No Smoking Signs.
The statute prohibits smoking in most indoor public places including (but not limited to):
Restaurants, bars, gaming facilities such as bingo halls, billiard or pool halls, bowling centers, public buildings, grocery stores or any food service establishment
Arizona-specific no smoking signs must be posted at all entrances in a conspicuous location visible from the outside of the establishment. You many also post no smoking window clings inside affixed to the door or window if visible from the outside.