Reasonable Distance definition

Reasonable Distance means a distance of 25 feet in any direction from an area in which smoking is prohibited.
Reasonable Distance means a distance that ensures that occupants of an area in which smoking is prohibited are not exposed to secondhand smoke created by smokers outside the area. This distance shall be a minimum of twenty-five (25') feet.

Examples of Reasonable Distance in a sentence

  • When considering the Affected Doctor’s estimate, the Health Service may have regard to the Reasonable Distance.


More Definitions of Reasonable Distance

Reasonable Distance means a distance of twenty-five (25) feet in any direction from an area in which Smoking is prohibited.
Reasonable Distance means the child care provider(s) is located within a reasonable distance from the parent or caretaker relative's home and work activity, based on locally accepted community standards, as defined by the social services district in the district's consolidated services plan.
Reasonable Distance means the distance that meets the requirements in R9-2-102(A).
Reasonable Distance means a distance of at least twenty (20) feet to ensure that occupants of a building and those entering or existing the building are not exposed to secondhand smoke created by smokers outside of the building.
Reasonable Distance. : means the child care provider is located within a distance that is en route from the parent’s home and work activity and that the parent can get the child to care and then to their activity within 90 minutes.
Reasonable Distance. Means the distance customarily available within a locality
Reasonable Distance means that the required travel time from home to the work-related and does not exceed one hour each way including the travel time necessary to take a child to a child care provider.