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  • NO SMOKING Sign- BLACK- BRAILLE (PLASTIC ADA SIGNS 9X6)- The Standard ADA line
  • NO SMOKING Sign- BLACK- BRAILLE (PLASTIC ADA SIGNS 9X6)- The Standard ADA line
  • NO SMOKING SIGN
  • NO SMOKING SIGN
  • NO SMOKING SIGN
  • NO SMOKING SIGN
  • NO SMOKING SIGN
  • NO SMOKING SIGN
  • NO SMOKING SIGN
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NO SMOKING SIGN 

 

PRODUCT FEATURES:

TYPE:RAISED tactile Graphics and Letters

MATERIAL: PLASTIC

COLOR:BLACK

TWO SIDED TAPE

COMMERCIAL USE

Size 9 Inch x 6 Inch

 

 

This NO SMOKING SIGN  is made from PLASTIC and come with two sided tape. We Provide Braille signs to all United states and we provide high quality signage to your building.

 

 Product description

Sign size: 4X4 Inch Color letter: WHITE. Color background: BLACK. Comes with two sided tape. This is a HIGH QUALITY PLASTIC sign !!! This is a Braille sign with RAISED tactile Graphics and Letters. Sign is shipped ready-to-install with double sided tape. A picture is worth a thousand words- see our images

 

This is a plastic “NO SMOKING” SIGN with HEAVY DUTY double sided tape for installation. In NYC use/post sign to inform tenants/owners/guests/officers of designated area with smoking not allowed in facility with proper HPD designation and aluminum signs

 

 Question and answers?

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards ensure that everyone finds your building accessible. These standards extend to a variety of features in a building--including your signage. It is imperative that your signs are ADA compliant when necessary. This refers to making sure visually impaired occupants can read your sign, and the standards are very specific.

 

What kind of signs need to be ADA compliant?

ADA signs are often found indoors or at the entrance of a building. If a sign identifies a permanent room or space, it must adhere to the guidelines. Adherence is also required for signs indicating exits, elevators, and restrooms--as well as signs that direct occupants or inform them about the accessible features of your building. ADA parking signs are the blue signs that indicate handicapped parking spaces.

 

What does being ADA compliant mean?

Because the main purpose of ADA signs is to identify accessible features and be readable for visually impaired occupants, they need to include clear visual characters as well as tactile characters. Tactile characters are either raised letters or braille. Simply including tactile characters isn’t enough. The visual letters also must adhere to certain standards--including the height and spacing of the characters. They need to be readable by occupants with low vision.

 

General rules for ADA signs include:

The background and characters must contrast (light on dark or dark on light) and.

Visual characters must use an easy-to read font that is not italic, script, or otherwise unconventional and decorative.

If the sign identifies a room, it must be adjacent to the door at the proper height

The International Symbol of Access must be standard rather than stylish

Proper ADA signage is required in order to obtain a certificate of occupancy for your building. Many business owners and landlords overlook this requirement because of their busy schedules, and they get an unwelcome surprise when the building inspector comes. All buildings need to be compliant, no matter what kind of business or establishment you have, so it’s important to work with a sign company that ensures your signs are ADA compliant

 

 

 

Building  Smoking Policies New York City’s Local Law 147:

The new New York City’s Local Law 147 requires all residential buildings with three or more units, including rental buildings,  cooperatives and condominiums, to adopt a written smoking policy - no later than August 28, 2018.

Disclosure Requirements Regarding Building  Smoking Policies Pursuant to Local Law 147:

The New York State Department of Law (“DOL”) publishes this memorandum as a guidance document

Pursuant to State Administrative Procedure Act § 102(14).

  1. INTRODUCTION

On August 28, 2017, New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio signed Local Law 147,1  which goes into effect on August 28, 2018. Local Law 147 amends the Administrative Code of the City of New York (“NYC Administrative Code”) to require that all class A multiple dwellings—i.e., buildings with three or more residential dwelling units—adopt a written smoking policy for the building that is disclosed to all  residents and incorporated into all leases, purchase agreements, and building governing documents. Local Law 147 does not dictate the contents of a building’s smoking policy.

 As such, Local Law 147 affects most condominiums and cooperative apartment corporations (“cooperatives”) located in New York City. This guidance document clarifies how Local Law 147 affects DOL disclosure requirements for sponsors of condominiums and cooperatives located in New York City with three or more residential dwelling units or apartments.2  Solely for the purposes of this guidance document, the terms  condominium” and “cooperative” shall refer only to condominiums and cooperatives located in New York City with three or more residential dwelling units or apartments.

 

  1. LOCAL LAW 147

Pursuant to Local Law 147, the owner(s) of each building in New York City with three or more residential dwelling units must establish a written smoking policy for the building no later than August 28, 2018. In the context of condominiums or cooperatives, Local Law 147 defines “owner” as the board of managers or board of directors, respectively. NYC Administrative Code § 17-506.1. The building’s smoking policy must address all indoor locations of the premises, including common areas and dwelling units, as well as all outdoor areas of the premises, including common courtyards, rooftops, balconies and patios and any outdoor areas connected to the dwelling units. The building’s smoking policy must apply to all its tenants,3  shareholders, and/or unit owners and their invitees as well as other persons on the premises. NYC Administrative Code § 17-506.1(a)(2). A copy of the building’s smoking policy must be posted in a prominent location and/or provided to all tenants, shareholders, and/or unit owners. The building’s smoking policy also must be incorporated into any agreement to rent or purchase a dwelling unit, including a dwelling unit in a condominium or shares in a cooperative. Finally, the building’s smoking policy must be incorporated into the bylaws or rules of the condominium or cooperative. NYC Administrative Code §§ 17-506.1(b)(2)-(5). Failure by owners to adopt and disclose the building’s smoking policy could result in civil penalties assessed by one of several New York City agencies. In addition, failure of any tenant-shareholder, condominium unit owner, or tenant who rents or leases a dwelling unit to another person to disclose the building’s smoking policy could result in civil penalties. NYC Administrative Code § 17-508(e).

 

  1. CURRENT RESIDENTIAL SMOKING LAW IN NEW YORK CITY

The current law governing smoking in class A multiple dwellings in New York City is the Smoke-Free Air Act (“SFAA”). As of the date of this guidance document, SFAA prohibits smoking or using electronic cigarettes in common indoor areas of buildings with three or more residential dwelling units. SFAA does not prohibit smoking in private units or apartments or other private residences (except in areas where child day care centers or health care facilities operate and are open or employees are working). Owners of residential buildings are responsible for all violations reported concerning the SFAA and may incur penalties if they fail to comply with SFAA. NYC Administrative Code § 17-505.

Local Law 147 does not change the requirements of SFAA. Thus, a building cannot adopt a smoking policy permitting smoking in indoor common areas, lest the owners be in violation of SFAA.

  1. DOL DISCLOSURE REQUIREMENTS REGARDING THE SMOKING POLICY An offering plan must afford potential purchasers an “adequate basis upon which to found their judgment and shall not omit any  material fact.” New York General Business Law (“GBL”) § 352- e(1)(b). To provide prospective purchasers and contract vendees with “complete, current, and accurate” information regarding their purchase and be in compliance with Local Law 147, sponsors of condominiums and/or cooperatives must disclose the building’s smoking policy in the offering plan or an amendment thereto, as applicable. 13 NYCRR Parts 18.1(b)(1); 20.1(b)(1); 21.1(b)(1); and 23.1(b)(1). The DOL will deem most changes to a condominium or cooperative’s existing written smoking policy, or the adoption of a new smoking policy where there was no previously disclosed written smoking policy, to be a change in fact or circumstances that is sufficiently material to necessitate an amendment to an offering plan in which the updated or new smoking policy is disclosed. See 13 NYCRR Parts 18.5(a)(1), (2); 20.5(a)(1), (2); 21.5(a)(3), (4); and 23.5(a)(1), (2). The smoking policy disclosure in the offering plan and/or amendment must address all indoor locations of the premises, including common areas and dwelling units, as well as all outdoor areas of the premises, including common courtyards, rooftops, balconies and patios and any outdoor areas connected to the dwelling units.4 The disclosure must be included in the Special Risks and Rights and Obligations of Unit Owners sections of the offering plan. Additionally, the building’s smoking policy must be incorporated into the interim lease (if applicable), purchase agreement, and bylaws or rules that are included in Part II of the offering plan pursuant to DOL regulations.
  2. PROCEDURE FOR DISCLOSURE OF THE SMOKING POLICY IN OFERING PLANSAND AMENDMENTS Effective August 29, 2018, the DOL will require sponsors of the following categories of condominium and cooperative offering plans to adhere to the specific procedures for disclosing the building’s smoking policy described herein……….
  3. CHANGES TO THE SMOKING POLICYAs discussed in section 4 of this guidance document, most changes to a condominium or cooperative’s existing written smoking policy, or the adoption of a new smoking policy where there was no previously disclosed written smoking policy, are changes in fact or circumstances that are sufficiently material to necessitate an amendment to an offering plan in which the updated or new smoking policy is disclosed. See 13 NYCRR Parts 18.5(a)(1), (2); 20.5(a)(1), (2); 21.5(a)(3), (4); and 23.5(a)(1), (2). Furthermore, a material and adverse change to a condominium or cooperative’s existing smoking policy, or the adoption of a new smoking policy where there was no previously disclosed written smoking policy, may trigger a right of rescission for contract vendees. See 13 NYCRR Parts 18.5(a)(5); 20.5(a)(5); 21.5(a)(5); and 23.5(a)(5). However, the DOL will not require sponsors to offer contract vendees a right of rescission due to a change in the smoking policy in the following scenarios:  The condominium or cooperative did not have a previously disclosed written smoking policy, but
  • the newly adopted smoking policy substantially mirrors SFAA (i.e., smoking is prohibited in all common areas, but not prohibited in most individual residences);  The condominium or cooperative’s current smoking policy was disclosed to the contract vendee
  • prior to executing the purchase agreement;  The condominium or cooperative had a previously disclosed written smoking policy and such
  • smoking policy has changed, but the change is not material and adverse.

 All other material and adverse changes to a condominium or cooperative’s smoking policy while a contract vendee’s contract is still executory will require the sponsor to provide all such contract vendees with a right of rescission and a reasonable period of time that is not less than fifteen (15) days after the date of presentation to exercise the right of rescission. See 13 NYCRR Parts 18.5(a)(5); 20.5(a)(5); 21.5(a)(5); and 23.5(a)(5).

Although Local Law 147 does not require purchase agreements signed prior to August 29, 2018 to disclose the building’s smoking policy, the building’s smoking policy created pursuant to Local Law 147 will be binding on purchasers who signed purchase agreements prior to August 29, 2018. Therefore, the enactment of a material and adverse change to a building’s smoking policy, or the adoption of a new smoking policy pursuant to Local Law 147 where there was no previously disclosed written smoking policy, may trigger a right of rescission for any contract vendee who executed a purchase agreement prior to August 29, 2018 if such purchase agreement remains executory and the contract vendee did not receive written notice of the building’s smoking policy prior to executing the purchase agreement.

  1. FAILURE TO DISCLOSE OR ADEQUATELY DISCLOSE THE SMOKING POLICY OR CHANGES TO THE SMOKING POLICY TheDOL reserves the right to reject offering plans and amendments thereto that fail to comply with this guidance document and all other applicable laws and regulations. Additionally, the Attorney General has the authority under Article 23-A of the GBL to investigate and strictly enforce violations of the statutes and regulations governing disclosure requirements. Nothing contained in this guidance document shall be construed to be a waiver of or a limitation on the Attorney General’s authority to take enforcement action pursuant to Article 23-A of the GBL and other applicable provisions of law, except as expressly stated herein.

 

To amend the administrative code of the city of New York, in relation to disclosure of smoking policies for class A multiple dwellings Be it enacted by the Council as follows:

Section 1. Section 17-502 of the administrative code of the city of New York is amended by adding six new subdivisions tt, uu, vv, ww, xx, and yy to read as follows: tt. “Class A multiple dwelling” means a class A multiple dwelling as such term is defined in paragraph eight of subdivision a of section 27-2004. uu. “Smoking policy” means a written declaration that states in a clear and conspicuous fashion where smoking is permitted or prohibited on the premises of a class A multiple dwelling. vv. “Owner of a class A multiple dwelling” means the following:

(i)                  In the case of a building with one or more rental dwelling units, other than rental dwelling units in a condominium or a cooperative apartment corporation, the owner of record.

(ii)                In the case of a condominium, including a rental dwelling unit in a condominium, the board of managers.

(iii)                In the case of a cooperative apartment corporation, including a rental dwelling unit in a cooperative apartment corporation, the board of directors. 2 ww. “Condominium unit owner” means the person or persons owning a dwelling unit in a condominium building. xx. “Tenant” means a tenant, tenant-shareholder of a cooperative apartment corporation, condominium unit owner, subtenant, lessee, sublessee or other person entitled to the possession or to the use or occupancy of a dwelling unit, when the term “tenant” is used in reference to a dwelling unit in a class A multiple dwelling. yy. “Tenant-shareholder” means the person who owns stock of a cooperative apartment corporation.

  • 2. Title 17 of the administrative code of the city of New York is amended by adding a new section 17-506.1 to read as follows: § 17-506.1 Obligation of owners of class A multiple dwellings to adopt and disclose a smoking policy. a. Adoption of smoking policy.
  1. The owner of a class A multiple dwelling shall adopt a smoking policy.
  2. The smoking policy shall address all indoor locations of the class A multiple dwelling, including common areas and dwelling units, and all outdoor areas of the premises, including common courtyards, rooftops, balconies, and patios, and any outdoor areas connected to dwelling units.
  3. The smoking policy shall apply to tenants, including invitees of tenants, and any other person on the premises.
  4. The smoking policy or any material changes thereto shall not be binding on a tenant renting or leasing a dwelling unit during the term of the lease, sublease, or other rental agreement in effect 3 at the time of the adoption of such smoking policy or of any material changes thereto, unless otherwise provided in such lease, sublease, or other rental agreement.
  5. The smoking policy or any material changes thereto shall not be binding on any tenant in occupancy of a rent controlled or rent stabilized dwelling unit prior to the adoption of the initial smoking policy required by this section or on any family member who succeeds to the rights of such tenant, as required by subdivision 4 of section 14 of the public housing law. b. Disclosure of smoking policy.
  6. Upon adoption of a smoking policy, the owner of a class A multiple dwelling shall provide a copy of the building’s smoking policy to all tenants or post, in a prominent location within such dwelling, a copy of the building’s smoking policy.
  7. Except as provided in paragraph 3 of this subdivision, the owner of a class A multiple dwelling shall incorporate the building’s smoking policy into any agreement to rent or lease a dwelling unit in such building.
  8. In a condominium or cooperative apartment corporation, the condominium unit owner or tenant-shareholder of a cooperative apartment corporation shall incorporate the building’s smoking policy into any agreement to rent or purchase the dwelling unit or shares in the cooperative apartment corporation.
  9. In a condominium, the board of managers shall incorporate the building’s smoking policy into the condominium bylaws or rules. 5. In a cooperative apartment corporation, the board of directors shall incorporate the building’s smoking policy into the bylaws or rules of the cooperative apartment corporation. 6. A tenant who is renting or leasing a dwelling unit shall incorporate the building’s smoking policy into any agreement to rent or lease the dwelling unit to a subtenant or sublessee.

4 7. Annual disclosure of the smoking policy. On an annual basis, the owner of a class A multiple dwelling shall provide a copy of the building’s smoking policy to all tenants or post, in a prominent location within such dwelling, a copy of the building’s smoking policy. c. Notification of a material change to smoking policy. The owner of a class A multiple dwelling shall provide notification in writing to all tenants of any material change to the smoking policy or post, in a prominent location within such dwelling, any material change to the smoking policy. d. Document retention. The owner of a class A multiple dwelling shall make available for inspection by the department copies of the following:

  1. the disclosure required by paragraph 1 of subdivision b of this section, or the annual disclosure required by paragraph 7 of subdivision b of this section, for the current year; and
  2. each notification of a material change made within the past year pursuant to subdivision c of this section. § 3. Section 17-508 of the administrative code of the city of New York is amended by adding new subdivisions d-1 and d-2 to read as follows: d-1.

It shall be unlawful for any owner of a class A multiple dwelling to fail to: 1. adopt a smoking policy as required by subdivision a of section 17-506.1; 2. disclose such policy as required by subdivision b of such section; 3. provide notification of a material change to such policy as required by subdivision c of such section; or 4. make available copies of such policy as required by subdivision d of such section. 5 d-2. It shall be unlawful for any tenant-shareholder, condominium unit owner, or tenant who rents or leases a dwelling unit to another person to fail to disclose a smoking policy as required by paragraph 3 or 6 of subdivision b of section 17-506.1. § 4. Subdivisions e, f, and i of section 17-508 of the administrative code of the city of New York, subdivisions e and f as amended by local law number 152 for the year 2013, and subdivision i as amended by local law number 11 for the year 2011, are amended to read as follows: e. Every person who violates subdivisions a or b of this section shall, for a first violation thereof, be liable for a civil penalty of not less than two hundred dollars nor more than four hundred dollars; for a second violation, both of which were committed within a period of twelve months, be liable for a civil penalty of not less than five hundred dollars nor more than one thousand dollars; and for a third or subsequent violation, all of which were committed within a period of twelve months, be liable for a civil penalty of not less than one thousand dollars nor more than two thousand dollars. Every person who violates subdivision d of this section shall be liable for a civil penalty of one hundred dollars for each violation, except that every person who violates subdivision d of this section by smoking, or using an electronic cigarette, in a pedestrian plaza as prohibited by paragraph seven of subdivision c of section 17-503 or in a park or other property under the jurisdiction of the department of parks and recreation as prohibited by paragraph three of subdivision d of section 17-503 shall be liable for a civil penalty of fifty dollars for each violation. Every owner of a class A multiple dwelling who violates subdivision d-1 of this section, and every tenant-shareholder, condominium unit owner and tenant who violates subdivision d-2 of this section, shall be liable for a civil penalty of one hundred dollars for each violation, provided that a violation of paragraph two, three or four of subdivision d-1 shall be considered a single violation 6 regardless of whether such owner failed to disclose a smoking policy, to provide notification of adoption of such policy or a material change to such policy, or to make available copies of such policy to more than one person. f. A proceeding to recover any civil penalty authorized pursuant to the provisions of subdivision e of this section shall be commenced by the service of a notice of violation which shall be returnable to the [administrative tribunal established by the board of health] office of administrative trials and hearings, acting pursuant to section 558 and subdivision 2 of section 1048 of the charter, except that a proceeding to recover a civil penalty authorized pursuant to subdivision e for violation of subdivision d by smoking, or using an electronic cigarette, in a pedestrian plaza or in a park or other property under the jurisdiction of the department of parks and recreation, as prohibited by paragraph seven of subdivision c and by paragraph three of subdivision d of section 17-503 respectively, shall be commenced by the service of a notice of violation which shall be returnable to the environmental control board. The [board of health's administrative tribunal and the environmental control board] office of administrative trials and hearings, acting pursuant to section 558 and subdivision 2 of section 1048 of the charter, or acting pursuant to section 1049-a of the charter, shall have the power to impose the civil penalties prescribed by subdivision e of this section. i. In any proceeding before the [administrative tribunal established by the board of health or the environmental control board,] office of administrative trials and hearings, acting pursuant to subdivision g of this section, if [the tribunal] such office finds that the department or other agency issuing the notice of violation has failed to prove the violation charged, it shall notify the 7 department or other agency issuing the notice of violation, and the order requiring the respondent to correct the condition constituting the violation shall be deemed to be revoked. § 5. Section 17-513.2 of the administrative code of the city of New York, as amended by local law number 42 for the year 2016, is amended to read as follows: §17-513.2 Construction. a. The provisions of this chapter shall not be interpreted or construed to permit smoking, using electronic cigarettes, or using smokeless tobacco where it is prohibited or otherwise restricted by other applicable laws, rules or regulations. b. Class A multiple dwelling smoking policy requirement. The civil penalty provided in subdivision e of section 17-508 shall be the sole remedy for violation of subdivision d-1 or d-2 of such section. § 6. This local law takes effect 365 days after it becomes law.

 

American disability Act (ADA) signs are building signs that are specifically designed to ensure people with disabilities the same access and functionality to business facilities as people without disabilities. ADA signs must present the same information to every person regardless of physical limitations. New York, California and many other states require building owners to install per the American disability act (ADA) signs that have raised image, raised letters and Braille below. The signs need to have strong contrast between the letters and Braille at the bottom.

You can find some Frequently Asked Questions about our signs and ada signs below:

Do ADA requirements extend to Braille signage? The 2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design (ADAAG) stipulates a braille standard for ADA signs requiring braille. In 1980 California was the first state to establish its own braille standard, known as “California (Title 24) Braille”, and mandate its use for ADA signs across the state.

What does ADA mean?  Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990/Full name

Do all ADA signs need Braille?  BRAILLE OR NO BRAILLE: Though the 2010 ADAAG guideline sets standards for braille signs, it does not stipulate where in a building braille signs are required. However, the ADA Standards for Accessible Design (1994) does require that signs designating permanent rooms and spaces must have raised characters and braille.

Where are ADA signs required? ADA signs should be installed no lower than 48 inches from the floor and no higher than 60 inches from the floor. If there is not enough space to mount the sign in the specified location, it may be installed on the nearest adjacent wall in a clearly visible location. ADA signs should not be mounted directly on a door

What is tactile text? A Tactile text is a raised surface that a visually impaired person can feel. They are with strong contrast background so visually impaired persons can locate them easily

What makes a sign ADA compliant? All ADA-compliant signs must have backgrounds and characters that do not create any glare, unless the signs are for parking or traffic. People who have vision impairments are not able to process glare or reflection very well, especially elderly people

 

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We are required to collect sales tax on any product sold on this site and shipped to an address in New York. The sales tax is 8.875 percent.

 

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The requirements for sign content are determined by intended use and by applicable regulation. The BUYER is responsible for determining the appropriate content for a sign or package of signs. We make no warranty or representation of suitability of a sign for any specific application. IT IS THE CUSTOMER'S RESPONSIBILITY TO ENSURE THAT THE SIGNS THE CUSTOMER ORDERS ARE IN COMPLIANCE WITH ALL STATE, FEDERAL, LOCAL, AND MUNICIPAL LAWS. Please review terms and conditions prior to purchase. 

 

For more information about what is required, see the laws that are referenced and the rules applicable to your city and state. This page is for informational purposes only and is not intended as legal advice , professional advice or a statement of law. You may wish to consult with an attorney.

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