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Find out what Wisconsin's smoke-free workplace law means for your job.
Secondhand smoke is a proven health hazard. Wisconsin's smoke-free air law protects workers and customers from the dangers of secondhand smoke. Learn more about the law and secondhand smoke.
Starting July 5, 2010, all Wisconsin workplaces, including restaurants, bars, and taverns must be smoke-free to project employees and the public from secondhand smoke. These resources are intended to help employers make their business smoke-free.
Refer them to the Wisconsin Tobacco Quit Line at 1-800-QUIT-NOW or recommend that they talk to their doctor about quitting.
Being an employee in a smoke-free workplace means you have certain responsibilities. These resources will help you and your employer comply with Wisconsin's smoke-free law.
Call the Wisconsin Tobacco Quit Line at 1-800-QUIT-NOW for free help or talk to you doctor about quitting.
Wisconsinites everywhere are excited for smoke-free workplaces. Listen to their stories of celebration, share your own, and check out other tools to share the good news.
Everyone has a story to share. Let us know why you're ready for Wisconsin to be smoke-free.
Wisconsin workplaces are better for employees and customers now that our state is smoke-free. Wisconsinites are now safe from secondhand smoke whether they're at work or just out for a drink with friends. Make sure to go out and enjoy the healthier, better air at your favorite establishments.
These resources provide information on both Wisconsin's new smoke-free law and the dangers of secondhand smoke.