Guide to a Tobacco-Free Workplace
A healthy lifestyle not only includes eating right and staying active, but also making other healthy choices. Tobacco use is the single most preventable cause of death and diseases in our society. By quitting smoking, you can greatly reduce your chances of developing many chronic diseases such as heart disease, stroke and cancer.
This guide presents a simple step-by-step planning process you can use to develop a tobacco-free workplace.
The Guide to a Tobacco-Free Workplace contains the following sections
Section One: Why Have a Tobacco-Free Workplace?
- General Information About A Tobacco Free Workplace
- Health Consequences of Smoking and Tobacco Use
- Benefits of a Tobacco-Free Workplace
Section Two: Assess the Current Situation
- Review Current Smoking and Tobacco Use Policies and Practices
- Providing Support for Employees Who Smoke And / Or Use Other Tobacco Products
Section Three: Design and Implementation of a Tobacco Free Policy
- Decide on a New Tobacco-Free Policy
- Successful Tobacco Free Policy Implementation
- Plan a Smooth Transition to a Tobacco Free Workplace
Section Four: Communicate with Employees and Management
Section Five: Announce and Manage the Tobacco-Free Policy
Section Six: Evaluate the Tobacco-Free Policy
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