smoke-free workplace

smoke-free workplace

Labor law A workplace where use of cigarettes and other tobacco smoke products–cigars, pipes, is not allowed indoors
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Particularly vulnerable are not only expectant mothers and adolescents, but also persons who should have the right to a smoke-free workplace after overcoming a cancer.
Those who had shown measurable outputs in establishing a smoke-free workplace will be recognized jointly by the DOH and PEZA.
'A smoke-free workplace is not a privilege, it's a global standard...This campaign highlights the importance of protecting (employees') health and the bottom line through a commitment to creating a smoke-free environment in the workplace,' he noted in a statement.
Our results indicate that asthma discharges were not reduced by enacting smoke-free workplace laws within county jurisdictions.
* Alaska is one of only sixteen states without a statewide smoke-free workplace law; 42 percent of the population is not protected from exposure to second-hand smoke in their workplaces.
If you are one of the majority of employers who want to ban vaping at work, the best course of action is to make sure that your smoke-free workplace policy is broad enough to cover e-cigarettes.
2000: Eugene City Council passes smoke-free workplace law, banning smoking inside restaurants, bars and indoor public spaces as of July 2001.
More should be done to encourage smoke-free workplace, in the mall, restaurants and hospitals.
The research provides insight into smoke-free workplace policies within community settings and workplaces.
They found that both smoking rates and exposure to workplace tobacco smoke declined since 2004 when Massachusetts enacted its Smoke-Free Workplace Law.
The event was aligned with the recent directives of HE the Minister of Energy and Industry Affairs, Dr Mohamed bin Saleh al-Sada, to enhance QP's efforts towards a smoke-free workplace and to effectively address hypertension, thus promoting a healthy lifestyle.
Environmental exposure to members of the public entering one of the dispensaries in Massachusetts is minimized due to the existing smoke-free workplace law (M.G.L., Chapter 270, Section 22), which prohibits smoking in closed workplaces.