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The 1-800-NO-SMOKE phone line is no longer available.
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.
Smoke-free workplaces offer a great opportunity to quit smoking for good. Take a look at some quit smoking tips.
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.