Headlines Tagged with Smokefree Policies — 109,732 headlines found
The lawsuit argues that the amendment does not prohibit smoking but instead contemplates that smoking would be authorized because it allows the state to prohibit smoking of marijuana for medical purposes in public places.
Jul 6, 2017 Miami (FL) Herald
added Jul 7, 2017 19:03
we talk to the politicians, campaigners and pub owners instrumental in making the ban happen – and the DJs and promoters who lived with the consequences....This is an account of the ban's introduction to the UK.
Jul 6, 2017 Vice.com
added Jul 7, 2017 14:55
In this good practice guide to electronic cigarettes in the workplace, Sarah Silcox looks at the evidence on vaping, policy and practice, and the legal considerations.
Feb 1, 2017 Occupational Health & Wellbeing (uk)
added Jul 7, 2017 14:48
While some employers may allow employees to use e-cigarettes in the workplace, or even encourage their use as an aid to giving up smoking, others will prefer to ban them, particularly taking into account the impression created among visitors, customers o
Jul 7, 2017 XpertHR (uk)
added Jul 7, 2017 14:45
Strictly speaking, smoke-free legislation does not apply to e-cigarettes. There are pros and cons of allowing e-cigarettes at work and it is up to individual employers to set their own rules on e-cigarette use at work. Some employees use e-cigarettes,
Jul 4, 2017 PersonnelToday.com (uk)
added Jul 7, 2017 14:33
According to ASPIRE2025 researchers, this contradicts Government claims that current initiatives are sufficient to protect children from the hazards of exposure to second-hand smoke The surveys were conducted between 2006 and 2015, and included between
Jul 7, 2017 Māori Television (nz)
added Jul 7, 2017 03:31
Proposed regulations to toughen enforcement of the Smoke Free Places Act will allow peace officers and inspectors to ticket people smoking in public areas.
Jul 6, 2017 CBC News (ca)
added Jul 7, 2017 03:30
New evidence shows one in five children continue to be exposed to smoking in cars, and that exposure even increased in 2015. These findings by ASPIRE2025 researchers contradict Government claims that current initiatives are sufficient to protect childre
Jul 7, 2017 Voxy (nz)
added Jul 7, 2017 03:30
The authors say the findings show the government's assertion that current initiatives are sufficient to protect children is clearly incorrect. They have called on the government to introduce smokefree cars legislation to protect against second-hand smoke
Jul 6, 2017 TVNZ (nz)
added Jul 7, 2017 03:29
Exposure to second-hand tobacco smoke in cars remains a health hazard for thousands of New Zealand children, particularly Māori and Pasikifa, according to an Otago University study. The authors say the findings show the Government's assertion that curre
Jul 6, 2017 Newshub (nz)
added Jul 7, 2017 03:27