Proposition 65 Requires New Warning Signs for California Hotels
August 14, 2018 • Christina Tantoy
Category: Legal Updates
Starting August 30, 2018, California hotels must display additional signs warning guests of chemicals that can cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm. Proposition 65 requires California hotels to display warning signs to guests at or before check-in and throughout designated areas within a hotel (restaurants, where alcoholic beverages are served, designated smoking areas, etc.).
Each warning sign has specific requirements as to its contents, font size, and display location. Please contact Stokes Wagner to provide you with a more detailed explanation of the warning signs required for your property.
For a printable PDF of this article, click here. Stokes Wagner also provides a rundown of poster guidelines for hotels and more updates in our Stokes Wagner Quarterly Legal Update!
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