New Jersey State Compliant No Smoking Signs
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Effective April 15, 2006, indoor public places and workplaces across the State of New Jersey will be smoke free. New Jersey's Smoke-Free Air Act ensures that workers have a safe workplace and that all nonsmokers, including children and senior citizens, can breathe smoke-free air in the public places they visit.
C.26:3D-61 Signage, requirements.
7. a. The person having control of an indoor public place or workplace shall place in every public entrance to the indoor public place or workplace a sign, which shall be located so as to be clearly visible to the public and shall contain letters or a symbol which contrast in color with the sign, indicating that smoking is prohibited therein, except in such designated areas as provided pursuant to this act. The sign shall also indicate that violators are subject to a fine. The person having control of the indoor public place or workplace shall post a sign stating "Smoking Permitted" in letters at least one inch in height or marked by the international symbol for "Smoking Permitted" in those areas where smoking is permitted.