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Under the smoke-free legislation, workplaces must be smoke free if they are "enclosed" or "substantially enclosed". What does this mean?
Under the smoke-free legislation, are employers obliged to offer their employees assistance in giving up smoking?
Under the smoke-free legislation, can an employer permit customers or clients, rather than employees, to smoke on its premises?
Does the smoke-free legislation mean that employers can no longer permit their employees to smoke on the pavement outside the workplace?
Under the smoke-free legislation, can an employer continue to provide a smoking room for employees, so long as no smoke enters the surrounding rooms and corridors?
Under the smoke-free legislation, must employers ensure that homeworkers do not smoke at home?
Where employees are required to live on their employer's premises, are they permitted to smoke in the accommodation provided?
Under the smoke-free legislation, there is no requirement for
employers to make any provision for smokers such as designated outside areas or
shelters for smoking.
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