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Tobacco-Free
Workplaces
Sandy Bernier, CSW
Fond du Lac Co Health Department
Fond du Lac, WI
Raise your hand if…..
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Your state has implemented a comprehensive
SF workplace law.
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Your state has passed but not yet implemented
a comprehensive SF workplace law.
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Your state is still working on passing a SF
workplace law.
Policy continuum
Public
state policy
Public
community policy
“Building the
critical mass”
Public municipal policy
Voluntary workplace campus/grounds policy
Voluntary workplace building policy
Tobacco use causes substantial human
suffering
пЃ® It is the most preventable cause of disease
and death
пЃ® Tobacco addiction is a chronic disease
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Benefits of Being Tobacco Free
Save peoples lives
 Improve employee’s health
пЃ® Lower health care costs
пЃ® Increase productivity
пЃ® Reduce absenteeism
пЃ® Reduce liability
пЃ® Longer careers
пЃ® Retention of talent
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Smoke Free or Tobacco Free?
Tobacco-free emphasizes health for all,
not just innocent bystanders
пЃ® Clear and equitable policy for managers
пЃ® Promotes cessation rather than dual use
 May support “ideal” corporate image
пЃ® Changes societal norms
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Tobacco Rates By Occupation
Smoking:
пЃ® Transportation/Material Moving 46%
пЃ® Waiters/Waitress 45%
пЃ® Construction Trades 40%
пЃ® Laborers, except construction 39%
пЃ® Fabricators, assemblers, inspectors
37%
пЃ® Health service occupations 35%
пЃ® Sales and retail workers 27%
пЃ® Executive administrators, managers
24%
пЃ® Secretaries 21%
пЃ® Teachers 12%
Smokeless tobacco:
пЃ® Males
пЃ® Youth/young adults
пЃ® Caucasians
пЃ® Military
пЃ® Athletes
Opportunity’s To Promote Policy
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Business is proactive
Local ordinance
State goes smoke-free
Types of Workplace Policies
Smoke-Free Workplace
пЃ® Smoke-Free Buildings and Grounds
пЃ® Tobacco Free
пЃ® Tobacco Free On/Off Duty
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Intent/Purpose of
Tobacco Free Workplace
“Protect the health, comfort, safety, and
welfare of the employees by prohibiting
tobacco use in the workplace.”
Policy Development
Develop a tobacco-free workplace
committee
пЃ® Review current policy
пЃ® Seek employee input (Union)
пЃ® Research state statutes (off duty) policy
пЃ® Decide on the type of policy
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Working with Labor Unions
Labor unions and management both want
healthy workers, and safe and healthy
work environments
пЃ® Does the union have a stated position on
tobacco use?
пЃ® What is the opinion of labor relations
regarding whether a policy on tobacco use
must be negotiated?
http://workshifts.org/workSHIFTS.html
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State "Smoker Protection" Laws
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An employer’s ability to make employment
decisions based on whether someone
smokes off the job varies from one state
to the next.
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Twenty-nine states and the District of
Columbia have laws in effect elevating
smokers to a protected class
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Wisconsin1991WIS. STAT. §§ 111.31 et
seq
Scotts Miracle Grow
The Legal Ability to Mandate a Smoke-Free
Workforce
пЃ® Ohio Employers Can Hire Nonsmokers Only
In December 2005, Scotts Miracle-Gro, based in
Marysville, Ohio, announced that it will no
longer hire applicants that smoke. Scotts further
announced that current employees who do not
quit smoking by October 2006 may lose their
jobs, even if they smoke only outside of work.
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City of FDL Police Dept.
PRE-EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT
between the CITY OF FOND DU LAC POLICE
DEPARTMENT
And_________________________________________
_____________________ (please print)
пЃ® The applicant by signing below, agrees to recognize
his/her part and agrees not to smoke or use any type of
smoking materials or tobacco during their employment
with the City of Fond du Lac, while on or off duty.
Violation of this agreement will be cause for immediate
dismissal.
пЃ® Agreed to by: ________ Date: ________
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City of FDL Fire Department
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PRE-EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT
between the
CITY OF FOND
DU LAC FIRE DEPARTMENT And
(PLEASE PRINT)A Firefighter / Paramedic’s duties and responsibilities
sometimes require working in a smoke-filled environment and/or hazardous
environment.
In recognition of these occupational hazards, special privileges are granted
to firefighters regarding disability retirements State Statute 40.65 (Heart and
Lung Bill).
The City recognizes the need to minimize effects on employees and
provides self-contained breathing apparatus for all hazardous situations.
The applicant by signing below, agrees to recognize his/her part and agrees
not to smoke or use any type of smoking materials or tobacco during his/her
employment with the City of Fond du Lac, whether on or off duty.
Violation of this agreement will be cause for immediate dismissal.
FDL Fire Chief Peter O'Leary
"Heart attack is the number one killer of firefighters in
our country. The City of Fond du Lac fire
department's proactive stance to restrict tobacco
use by its members which we hope will prevent heart
attacks. We hope our approach serves as a model for
the people of our community."
Sample Policy
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Best policy has clear and simple
language
Determine coverage for cessation
Identify personnel involved with
implementation and compliance
Make sure your procedures have
clear guidelines
www.tobwis.org
Smokeless Tobacco
City of FDL Smoke-Free Ordinance
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October 22, 2008 City of FDL passed a
comprehensive Smoke-Free workplace
ordinance
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January 2, 2009 the ordinance was implemented
128 Fond du Lac county residents
die from tobacco related illnesses each year
FDL Reporter
Oct. 9, 2008 — Council takes testimony
from both sides of proposed citywide
workplace smoking ban.
 Oct. 22, 2008 — City Council, in a 4-3
vote, adopts ordinance that bans smoking
in all city workplaces. The ordinance
includes taverns and bowling alleys.
 Feb. 2, 2009 — Amended start date.
Smoking ban begins at 6 a.m.
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http://web.mac.com/creativerep/WiNTiP_Site_1/WiNTiP_Home.html
Front page of the FDL Paper
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The Emotional Testimony Vote Night
Smoke-Free Workplace Ordinance
9.15
All workplaces
пЃ® Private Clubs
пЃ® One entrance must be smoke-free
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Education
Identify partners for collaboration
пЃ® Create communication opportunities
пЃ® Implement count down and timeline
пЃ® Develop FAQ
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Tobacco-Free Workplace Toolkit
No-smoking /Tobacco Free Workplace
Signage
пЃ® Posters
пЃ® Frequently asked questions
пЃ® Cessation Information
www.fdlco.wi.gov
http://www.ctri.wisc.edu/HC.Providers/health
care_mental.health.htm
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Implementation Resources
On-Line
No Smoking Signs
пЃ® Posters
пЃ® Check Stub Stuffers
пЃ® Frequently Asked Questions
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www.goingsmokefree.org
Implementing the Policy
Start from the top-down: Management в†’
Supervisors в†’ Line Workforce
пЃ® Distribute notification to workers and
public
пЃ® Understand that not everyone will quit
using tobacco, recognize tobacco use is
addictive, and know quitting is hard work
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Prior to Implementation
Post visible signage
пЃ® Remove ashtrays
пЃ® Identify creative ways to inform public
пЃ® Communicate a clear message of the
consequences of non-compliance
пЃ® The workplace policy applies to all levels
of employees
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Continue a visual countdown
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Start the countdown at least 6 months
prior to implementation
Frequently remind employees, vendors,
community members using a consistent
message
пЃ® Provide communication early on with
supervisors, managers, anyone
responsible for enforcement
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Encouraging Compliance
Focus on the product, not the individual
пЃ® Information and resources vs. Punishment
пЃ® Goal is safe and healthy workplace
пЃ® Have compassion for those who are
addicted
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Sustaining
Stay on the public health message
пЃ® Human Resource Managers should review
policies, procedures, and benefits as
needed
пЃ® Continue to offer cessation information to
employees
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Evaluate and Modify
How was it implemented?
пЃ® Implemented as planned?
пЃ® Need modifications?
пЃ® Based upon the most recent evidencebased recommendations for tobacco
cessation?
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Share Your Success
Workplace newsletters
пЃ® Local Media
пЃ® Local and State Legislatures
пЃ® Blog, Twitter, Face book
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http://smokefreeoregon.com/college/index.php
Thank You
Questions
Sandy Bernier: sandy.bernier@fdlco.wi.gov
Lynn Hrabik: hrabik@wisc.edu
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