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									          GUIDANCE FOR ALL STAFF /STUDENTS WHO DO NOT MANAGE OR CONTROL
                                SMOKEFREE PREMISES

               HOW TO DEAL WITH SMOKING IN A SMOKEFREE PLACE

           If you are working within smokefree premises and/or vehicles, you will
               have a responsibility to prevent people from smoking in them. If
              someone does smoke in any premises or vehicles, here are some
                       practical steps you might take to deal with them.


          Point to the no-smoking signs and ask the person to stop smoking




   Tell them they are breaking the law by smoking in a smokefree premises or vehicle
                                    and could be fined




If an employee/student refuses to stop            If a member of the public refuses to stop
              smoking                                             smoking




  Remind them the new law is to protect          Explain that they will be asked to leave the
employees and the public from the harmful        premises if they continue to smoke as the
   effects of their secondhand smoke             University operates a smokefree policy in
                                                        compliance with the new law


 If they continue, report the non-
 compliance to a member of the
        management team                        If they won’t leave, contact Security on Ext
                                                3700 who will organise their removal from
                                                                    site




    Keep a record of where and when the incident took place, the name of the person
                              involved and the outcome
           GUIDANCE FOR STAFF/STUDENTS MANAGING/CONTROLLING SMOKEFREE
                               PREMISES OR VEHICLES

               HOW TO DEAL WITH SMOKING IN A SMOKEFREE PLACE

         If you are in charge of smokefree premises and/or vehicles, you will have
              a legal responsibility to prevent people from smoking in them. If
             someone does smoke in any premises or vehicles, here are some
                      practical steps you might take to deal with them.


          Point to the no-smoking signs and ask the person to stop smoking




 Tell them you would be committing an offence if you allowed them to smoke, and they
  are breaking the law by smoking in a smokefree premises or vehicle, and both could
                                        be fined




If an employee/student refuses to stop           If a member of the public refuses to stop
              smoking                                            smoking




  Remind them the new law is to protect         Explain that they will be asked to leave the
employees and the public from the harmful       premises if they continue to smoke as the
   effects of their secondhand smoke            University operates a smokefree policy in
                                                       compliance with the new law


 If necessary, put in practice the
University’s disciplinary procedure
    for non-compliance with the               If they won’t leave, contact Security on Ext
          smokefree policy                     3700 who will organise their removal from
                                                                   site




   Keep a record of where and when the incident took place, the name of the person
                             involved and the outcome

								
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