PASSPORT TO SMOKERS' RIGHTS ISSUE BRIEF: AIRLINE SMOKING RESTRICTIONS

1988-00-00

Issue Brief on Airline Smoking Restrictions by the Passport for Smokers’ Rights asserting that smoking on airplanes does not harm the health of non-smokers or crew. Highlights that there have been only four studies that have measured the levels of secondhand smoke in aircraft cabins. Encourages other solutions be explored or considered such as improved ventilation systems.

This object is in collection:
Community Health Program records
Subjects
LOR
AIR LINE PILOTS ASSN
AMERICAN ASSN OF RESPIRATORY CARE
AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY
CIVIL AERONAUTICS BOARD
CONGRESS
CONSUMER AFFAIRS OFFICE
ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE + TECHNOLOGY
HAMILTON FREDERICK
HOUSE
NAS, NATL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES
NATL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES PANEL OF EXPERT
NATL COUNCIL ON PUBLIC POLLS
SENATE
TARRANCE + ASSOCIATES
TI, TOBACCO INST
US DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION
Permanent URL
http://hdl.handle.net/10427/29721
ID: tufts:UA084.92755844
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