UNIONS WORKING TOGETHER TOWARDS A TOBACCO-FREE 2000: IMPLICATIONS AND INNOVATIONS

1993-04-00

Report from the Labor Community Service Agency on their Tobacco Control and Cessation Program. Discusses the issues surrounding smoking in the workplace which includes health effects, liability and collective bargaining.

This object is in collection:
Community Health Program records
Subjects
FEDDER MR
WATTS GE
STIMUS T
FERNANDEZ C
PRICE H
HOBBS T
ROSENE L
ZSCHIESCHE P
ELPHIN DF
FRANCIS JS
WANAMAKER D
TURK JL
RJR
AMERICAN HEART
CA DEPT OF HEALTH SERVICES
COMMUNICATIONS WORKERS OF AMERICA
NCI
ST EMPLOYEES BENEFIT BOARD
BARGAINING UNITS BENEFIT BOARD
CA PUBLIC HEALTH FOUNDATION
SDSU SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH
AMERICAN LUNG
SEVEN CRAFTS UNION
LUBRIZOL PETROLEUM CHEMICALS
NATL INSTITUTE FOR OCCUPATIONAL SAF
PROVIDENT INDEMNITY LIFE INSURANCE
BOEING
YOUNGSTOWN STEEL & ALLOY
PACIFIC BELL
ST DEPT OF LABOR
DEPT OF HEALTH
NATL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD
BAR ASSN
NATL INSTITUTE ON DRUG ABUSE
BUS DRIVERS UNION
UNITED FOOD & COMMERCIAL WORKERS
INTL ASSN OF MACHINISTS
UNITED AUTO WORKERS INTL UNION
HHS
EPA
NAVAL SUPPLY CENTER
AMERICAN FEDERATION OF GOVT EMPLOYE
OSHA
CA FAIR EMPLOYMENT & HOUSING COMM
NATL STEEL & SHIPBUILDING
ONTARIO FEDERATION OF LABOR
GRUCCIO
CA HHS
AFL CIO HUMAN RESOURCES & DEVELOPME
OR RESEARCH INSTITUTE
LABOR COMMUNITY SERVICE AG
SAN DIEGO IMPERIAL CNTY LABOR COUNC
COMMUNICATION WORKERS OF AMERICA
UNITED AUTO WORKERS FORD
SAN DIEGO CHAPTERS OF AMERICAN LUNG
ACS
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPROVEMENT ASSOC
Permanent URL
http://hdl.handle.net/10427/30004
ID: tufts:UA084.512556901
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