EPA REPORTS ON EFFECT OF TOBACCO SMOKE MAY AFFECT WORKPLACE SMOKING POLICIES

1991-01-25

The Bureau of National Affairs (BNA) daily labor report for January 1991 outlining three methods for setting up smoking policies: an outright ban on smoking, separately designated rooms with new ventilation systems, and separately designated rooms with the same ventilation systems. Cites examples of ventilation systems failure to remove harmful substances.

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Community Health Program Records
Subjects
CARLSON,R
ERIKSEN,M
GLANTZ,S
GOEBEL,K
ROSNER,R
SCANNELL,R
WARSHAW,L
PM
ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT SOCIETY
AMERICANS FOR NONSMOKERS RIGHTS
BAKERY CONFECTIONARY + TOBACCO WORKERS
BUREAU OF NATIONAL AFFAIRS
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
MD ANDERSON CANCER CENTER
NJ GROUP AGAINST SMOKING POLLUTION
NY BUSINESS GROUP ON HEALTH
OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY & HEALTH ADMINISTRATION
SHEET METAL WORKERS
SMOKING POLICY INST
UNIV OF CA SAN FRANCISCO
UNIV OF TX
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