No Smoking signs

No Smoking signs

The government introduced the new Smoke Free legislation on July 1st 2007. The new law protects employees and the public from the harmful effects of secondhand smoke.  It is now against the law to smoke in virtually all enclosed public places, workplaces and public and work vehicles. There are very few exemptions from the law. Indoor smoking rooms in virtually all public places and workplaces are no longer be allowed. Managers of smoke free premises and vehicles have legal responsibilities to prevent people from smoking. The new law requires no-smoking signs to be displayed in all smoke free premises and vehicles. The new law applies to anything that can be smoked  including cigarettes, pipes , cigars and herbal cigarettes. Failure to comply with the new law is a criminal offence.

The legislation requires those responsible for smoke free premises to display no smoking signs in prominent positions at each public entrance.

We have a selection of prohibition No Smoking signs which give clear instructions of smoke free areas and designated smoking areas. These come in a range of sizes and materials. If  you cannot find the sign you need please let us know and we will be happy to help.