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Fragrance Free Policy signs for hospitals

Monday 2 May 2011

From The Canary Report:


The Canary ReportReminder to hospital staff: This is a FRAGRANCE FREE ZONE

April 25, 2011

Pardon me… Are you aware of the Fragrance-Free Policy?

MCS sign on hospital door
Sign on the door of the hospital room of a member of The Canary Report community.

This is a sign on the door of the hospital room of a member of The Canary Report community who just had a three-day stay following surgery. He provided three different signs for the staff to choose from, reminding nurses and others about the Fragrance Free Policy. The signs are worded so that staff can use them again for other chemically sensitive patients.

4/26 UPDATE: Here are pdf’s of three signs you are free to use, provided by the person who shared the above sign. Shared with permission. If you share or reprint, be sure to keep intact the copyright info on the signs, thanks!

PDFPardon Me

PDFPersonal Fragrance

PDFScent Free Zone

Thanks, S.M.!


The above, with comments, originally appeared here.


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