Request Free "NO SMOKING" Signage for Your Business
The Utah Indoor Clean Air Act (UICAA) requires all businesses that allow access by the public to place a "No Smoking" sign at each entrance. You are welcome to create your own signs as long as they meet UICAA signage requirements (https://rules.utah.gov/publicat/code/r392/r392-510.htm#T12), or you may use the form below to order our free signage.
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Sticker- No Smoking Anywhere on Property
How many stickers would you like?
17 x 5 inches
This message works best when smoking is also prohibited outdoors on your property.
You have the right to ban tobacco use anywhere on your property.
(R392-510-4).
17 x 5 inches
This message works best when smoking is also prohibited outdoors on your property.
You have the right to ban tobacco use anywhere on your property.
(R392-510-4).
Cling- No Smoking Inside or within 25 Feet
How many clings would you like?
15 x 4.25 inches
Double-sided cling for inside or outside windows and doors. 
A no-smoking sign is required on all entrances or in a position visible upon entry.
(Utah Rule R392-510-12).
15 x 4.25 inches
Double-sided cling for inside or outside windows and doors.
A no-smoking sign is required on all entrances or in a position visible upon entry.
(Utah Rule R392-510-12).
Cling-Drive-Thru Window
How many drive-thru clings would you like?
7 x 5 inches
One-sided sticker for speaker box or menu board.
7 x 5 inches
One-sided sticker for speaker box or menu board.
Any Additional Signage or Materials Requested?
Contact Name *
Contact Phone Number *
Business Name *
Business/Mailing Address *
Is your business having a smoking violation problem?
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Do you have a tobacco-free policy in place?
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Are you interested in learning about the financial benefits of a tobacco-free workplace?
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For form assistance, please contact us at 435-792-6510 or ahutchinson@brhd.org
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