WORKPLACE SMOKING RESTRICTIONS: SOME CONSIDERATIONS

1986-00-00

Report entitled “Workplace Smoking Restrictions: Some Consideration,” critiquing workplace smoking bans and public smoking restrictions and outlining why such legislation is not justifiable. Cites studies where data has shown that smoke does not affect the non-smoker. Concludes that enacting smoking legislation will discriminate against smokers.

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Subjects
HINDS W
FIRST M
WYNDER E
VALENTIN H
WEIS W
NJ BELL
RJR
AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY
NATIONAL HEART LUNG AND BLOOD INSTITUTE
SURGEON GENERAL
STEINFELD J
OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY & HEALTH COMMISSION
HARVARD SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH
UNIV OF GENEVA
WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION
INTL GREEN CROSS
AMERICAN HEALTH FOUNDATION
BAVARIAN ACADEMY FOR OCCUPATIONAL &
BUSINESS COUNCIL OF NY
MONTGOMERY CNTY COUNCIL
SEATTLE UNIV
KRISTEIN M
UCLA
SOLMON L
RESPONSE ANALYSIS
US PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE
Permanent URL
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