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Be part of the movement to revolutionize workplaces

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    Learn about the movement and its benefits to your business

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    Pledge your business to go smoke-free

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Why should you make your workplace smoke-free?

When a workplace becomes smoke-free, everyone wins.

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Healthy workers mean healthy businesses

Businesses do well when they keep their costs down and productivity levels up

When a business goes smoke-free, it improves the health of all workers. Health-care and operational costs go down, while productivity increases due to less absenteeism and improved overall morale.

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  • 50%higher

    The rate of lung cancer for workers in bars and restaurants that allow smoking as opposed to the general population.

  • 20days

    The total time lost per employee in a year due to smoking breaks. Research from the UK found that smokers spend 40 minutes each work day to smoke.

  • 10%drop

    The amount in cleaning costs saved by businesses that went totally smoke-free.

Envisioning a 100% smoke-free future

Envisioning a 100% smoke-free future

A future where businesses are thriving and workers are healthier

Revolution Smoke-Free envisions a future where all types of workplaces across a range of industries are free from tobacco smoke. Business leaders are at the forefront of progress and innovation. As drivers of change in their industries, they will spur a movement towards a future with healthier, safer working environments.

Is your workplace going smoke-free?

Businesses do well when they keep their costs down and productivity levels up

When a business goes smoke-free, it improves the health of all workers. Health-care and operational costs go down, while productivity increases due to less absenteeism and improved overall morale.

Businesses that have pledged to go smoke-free

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The resources you need to make your workplace smoke-free

Get guidance and materials for implementing smoke-free policies. The toolkit includes information on myths and facts about smoking in the workplace, evidence and practical resources to help organizations go smoke-free.

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What’s inside the Toolkit?

You can download each material inside the toolkit individually