C227a - Summary of measures implemented in indoor workplaces

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Afghanistan follow up with authority in capital and provincial level for implementation of tobacco control law distribution of messages to all relevant organization on tobacco harms developing check list for monitoring of public gathering places developing and adapting guidelines for implementing the law supervision plan and join monitoring of target places Campaigns to remove water-pipes from 17 district of Kabul, Herat and Nangarhar regular supervision of public gathering places follow up with authority in capital and provincial level for implementation of tobacco control law distribution of messages to all relevant organization on tobacco harms developing check list for monitoring of public gathering places developing and adapting guidelines for implementing the law supervision plan and join monitoring of target places The above mentioned law clearly indicated the ban on Tobacco production and smoking in public buildings and vehicles and also ban on any kind of the tobacco smoking WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Albania Report not provided Report not provided According to legislation a total ban on smoking in indoor workplaces is in effect in Albania. In case violation of the ban on smoking in inddoor workplaces fines are envisaged. WHO European Region
Algeria Renforcement de linterdiction de fumer dans les lieux de travail par laffichage des autocollants portant interdiction de fumer. Renforcement de linterdiction de fumer dans les lieux de travail par laffichage et la mise en place de tableaux signalétique dans tous les lieux de travail Answer not provided WHO African Region
Angola information, education and communication campaign in the media information, education and communication campaign in the media Report not provided WHO African Region
Antigua and Barbuda Report not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO Region of the Americas
Armenia Report not provided Report not provided Partial ban on smoking in indoor workplaces is in effect in Armenia. It is envisaged that in such workplaces (with the exception health-care educational facilities etc.) special designated closed areas should be aimed for smoking. It is regulated by normative acts. In case violation of the ban on smoking in indoor workplaces fines are envisaged - 5 minimal salaries WHO European Region
Australia In Australia, protection from exposure to tobacco smoke is primarily the responsibility of state and territory governments. Each state and territory government has implemented tobacco control laws which ban tobacco smoking in indoor workplaces. In Australia, protection from exposure to tobacco smoke is primarily the responsibility of state and territory governments. Each state and territory government has implemented tobacco control laws which ban tobacco smoking in indoor workplaces. Smoking is prohibited in all enclosed public places in Australia. including workplaces. with some limited exceptions varying between the states and territories (including in relation to defined areas of casinos in New South Wales. Western Australia. Queensland and Victoria; and certain other defined locations in Victoria). Please see Annex 1 for further information and Annex 2 for links to the relevant state and territory legislation. WHO Western Pacific Region
Austria According to article 30 of the Austrian law on health and safety at work act as well as article 30 OSH regulations for public servants and article 88h farm labour act to the extent permitted by the type of operation, non-smokers must be protected against the effects of tobacco smoke. Smoking is banned if smokers and non-smokers have to work in the same office-rooms or similar work rooms. Smoking is banned in sanitary or changing rooms. In common- and standby rooms non-smokers must be protected by technical or organized measures against the effects of tobacco smoke. According to article 30 of the Austrian law on health and safety at work act as well as article 30 OSH regulations for public servants and article 88h farm labour act to the extent permitted by the type of operation, nonsmokers must be protected against the effects of tobacco smoke. Smoking is banned if smokers and non-smokers have to work in the same office-rooms or similar work rooms. Smoking is banned in sanitary or changing rooms. In common- and standby rooms non-smokers must be protected by technical or organized measures against the effects of tobacco smoke. According to Para. 30 of the Austrian law on health and safety at work act as well as Para. 30 OSH regulations for public servants and Para. 88h farm labour act to the extent permitted by the type of operation non-smokers must be protected against the effects of tobacco smoke. Smoking is banned if smokers and non-smokers have to work in the same office-rooms or similar work rooms. Smoking is banned in sanitary or changing rooms. In common- and standby rooms non-smokers must be protected by technical or organized measures against the effects of tobacco smoke. WHO European Region
Azerbaijan Legislation is in place throughout Azerbaijan prohibiting smoking indoors in public workplaces (Article 21 of the Law on Tobacco and Tobacco Product), however, smoking is allowed in designated places Legislation is in place throughout Azerbaijan prohibiting smoking indoors in public workplaces (Article 21 of the Law on Tobacco and Tobacco Product), however, smoking is allowed in designated places Legislation is in place throughout Azerbaijan prohibiting smoking indoors in public workplaces (Article 21 of the Law on Tobacco and Tobacco Product) however smoking is allowed in designated places WHO European Region
Bahamas Report not provided All government workplaces are smoke-free Ban includes all government-controlled indoor workplaces not private settings WHO Region of the Americas
Bahrain (Kingdom of) According to article 4 of antismoking law, smoking is prohibited in all closed public places including workplaces, however a designated area for smokers can be allocated provided it is compliant with specifications of smoking areas stated by Ministry of Health. According to article 4 of antismoking law, smoking is prohibited in all closed public places including workplaces, however a designated area for smokers can be allocated provided it is compliant with specifications of smoking areas stated by Ministry of Health. According to article 4 of antismoking law smoking is prohibited in all colsed public places including workplaces however a designated area for smokers can be allocated provided it is compliant with specifications of smoking areas stated by Ministry of Health. WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Bangladesh Indoor workplaces are included as public place in the existing law Indoor workplaces are included as public place in the existing law Indoor workplaces are included as public place in the existing law WHO South-East Asia Region
Barbados no smoking is allowed in indoor workplaces not allowed Complete ban on tobacco smoking has been implemented. WHO Region of the Americas
Belarus Декрет Президента Республики Беларусь от 17.12.2002 № 28 "О государственном регулировании производства, оборота и потребления табачного сырья и табачных изделий" Государственное регулирование потребления табачных изделий 38. Запрещается курение (потребление) табачных изделий, за исключением мест, специально предназначенных для этой цели: в учреждениях (организациях) здравоохранения, культуры, образования, спорта, на объектах торговли и бытового обслуживания населения; на объектах общественного питания, кроме объектов, реализующих табачные изделия и имеющих предназначенные для обслуживания граждан (потребителей) помещения с действующей системой вентиляции; в помещениях органов государственного управления, местных исполнительных и распорядительных органов, организаций; на всех видах вокзалов, в аэропортах, подземных переходах, на станциях метрополитена; во всех видах общественного транспорта, вагонах поездов, на судах, в самолетах, за исключением поездов дальнего следования, пассажирских судов и самолетов, в которых предусмотрены места, специально предназначенные для курения. 39. Индивидуальные предприниматели или юридические лица, иностранные юридические лица, иностранные организации, в собственности, хозяйственном ведении либо в оперативном управлении которых находятся объекты (помещения, здания, сооружения, транспорт), указанные в пункте 38 настоящего Положения, создают (выделяют) на этих объектах специально предназначенные для курения места и оборудуют их в соответствии с требованиями, установленными Министерством по чрезвычайным ситуациям и Министерством здравоохранения. (в ред. Декрета Президента Республики Беларусь от 20.02.2015 N 2) Декрет Президента Республики Беларусь от 17.12.2002 № 28 "О государственном регулировании производства, оборота и потребления табачного сырья и табачных изделий" Presidential Decree of 17.12.2002 ? 28 ''On state regulation of production trafficking and consumption of tobacco and tobacco products'' WHO European Region
Belgium L’interdiction est totale. possible de prévoir un fumoir dans lentreprise, après avis préalable du Comité pour la prévention et la protection au travail et sous certaines conditions très strictes (exclusivement destiné aux fumeurs, fermé, pas utilisé comme zone de passage, extraction puissante) L’interdiction est totale. possible de prévoir un fumoir dans lentreprise, après avis préalable du Comité pour la prévention et la protection au travail et sous certaines conditions très strictes (exclusivement destiné aux fumeurs, fermé, pas utilisé comme zone de passage, extraction puissante) L’interdiction est totale. possible de prévoir un fumoir dans lentreprise après avis préalable du Comité pour la prévention et la protection au travail et sous certaines conditions très strictes (exclusivement destiné aux fumeurs fermé pas utilisé comme zone de passage extraction puissante) WHO European Region
Belize Report not provided Complete Banning:- Display of "No Smoking" sign and provide awareness and education activites to promote the initative The prohibition of smoking in all Government Buildings WHO Region of the Americas
Benin le décret et les arrêtés dapplication prévoient que les logos dinterdiction de fumer soient placés dans les hall des lieux travail et lamende à payer en cas de non respect le décret et les arrêtés dapplication prévoient que les logos dinterdiction de fumer soient placés dans les hall des lieux travail et lamende à payer en cas de non respect linterdiction de fumer dans ces lieux est formelle par les textes législatifs mais les logos dinterdiction de fumer ne sont pas toujours mis en place ce qui fait que certains usagers souvent les étrangers dans le milieu commencent à fumer mais il y a toujours quelquun pour les informer et ils se déplacent vers lextérieur WHO African Region
Bhutan Chapter 2, section 3C of Tobacco Control Act 2010 entails non-smoking at institutions Chapter 2, section 3c of Tobacco Control Act entails non smoking area Sections 4 to 10 of the tobacco control act WHO South-East Asia Region
Bolivia (Plurinational State of) Quizas estos espacios son lo que presentan mayores avances. En casi la totalidad de oficinas publicas, esta prohibido fumar. En el caso de las oficinas privadas, los avances son menos prometedores. Report not provided Report not provided WHO Region of the Americas
Bosnia and Herzegovina Partial - Possibility for smoking area in case where there is applicable separate room. Ban of smoking in indoor workplaces with differences in law enforcement and weak inspection control New Tobacco Control Law in the Federation of B&H enforced in 2011 enforced ban of smoking in all indoor workplaces in line with international recommendations and FCTC requirements. However there are possibilities for some institutions in particular circumstances to establish smoking areas/rooms if those are not connected with non smoking areas/room. Republika Srpska: Possibilty for smoking area in case where is aplicable separate room WHO European Region
Botswana Smoking is prohited in public places including bars, pubs, restaurants, recreational places including clubs. Report not provided Report not provided WHO African Region
Brazil - Since 1996 smoking is prohibited in the workplace. Law 9.294 / 96, regulated by Decree 2.018 / 96, prohibits the use of cigarettes, cigarillos, cigars, pipes or any other fumigant product, whether or not derived from tobacco, in a collective, private or public enclosure, except in an area intended exclusively to this end, properly insulated and with suitable ventilation. - The Global Adult Tobacco Survey of 2013 showed that 13,5 of adults (18 years old or more) who work indoors were exposed to tobacco smoke at work. The National Cancer Institute and the state and municipal health secretariats work together to sensitize the population, companies and employers about the importance of smoke-free workplaces. The Global Adult Tobacco Survey of 2008 showed that 24,4% of adults (>15 years old) who work indoors were exposed to tobacco smoke at work. 25 years ago the National Cancer Institute and the state and municipal health secretariats work together to sensitize companies and employers about the importance of smoke-free workplaces. The Global Adult Tobacco Survey of 2008 showed that 24.4% of adults (>15 years old) who work indoors were exposed to tobacco smoke at work. WHO Region of the Americas
Brunei Darussalam Complete ban – according to the Tobacco (Prohibition in Certain Places) (Amendment) Notification 2012. It is an offence under Section 14 (2) Tobacco Order 2005 and liable to a fine of BND$300. Report not provided Complete ban – according to the Tobacco (Prohibition in Certain Places) (Amendment) Notification 2012 WHO Western Pacific Region
Bulgaria Health Law Article 56 (2) Smoking shall be also prohibioted in premises with separate work places where work is done, as well as the premises ancillary and servicing thereto. Health Law Article 56 (2) Smoking shall be also prohibioted in premises with separate work places where work is done, as well as the premises ancillary and servicing thereto. Health Act Article 56 (2) Smoking shall be also prohibioted in premises with separate work places where work is done as well as the premises ancillary and servicing thereto. WHO European Region
Burkina Faso Le Burkina Faso a prévu dans son plan stratégique 2016-2020, des actions en rapport avec lapplication de la loi antitabac et ses décrets dapplication. Il est prévu des mesures dissuasives à lencontre des éventuels contrevenants au décret sur linterdiction de fumer dans les lieux publics Le Burkina Faso a prévu dans son plan stratégique 2016-2020, des actions en rapport avec lapplication de la loi antitabac et ses décrets dapplication. Il est prévu des mesures dissuasives à lencontre des éventuels contrevenants au décret sur linterdiction de fumer dans les lieux publics L’article 6 du décret 2011-1052 stipule que « (…) on entend par lieu de travail tout lieu utilisé par des personnes dans le cadre d’un emploi rémunéré ou d’un travail bénévole » y compris tous les lieux annexes les couloirs les ascenseurs les cages d’escaliers les halls d’entrée les cafétérias les toilettes les hangars (…) WHO African Region
Burundi Report not provided pour les mesures completes ;linterdiction de fumer sapplique sans exception aucune pour les mesures partielles,seules les instructions ministerielles ont été mises en place , les ateliers de sensibilisation ont été organisés et les signaux dinterdiction de fumer dans les lieux publics ont été distribués avec une délogation de fumer dans un espace reservé Report not provided WHO African Region
Cabo Verde La loi n °. 119 / IV / 95 du 13 Mars 1995, Interdiction de fumer dans les établissements de soins publics Il peut être défini pour ces zones et zones fumeurs La loi n °. 119 / IV / 95 du 13 Mars 1995, Interdiction de fumer dans les établissements de soins publics Il peut être défini pour ces zones et zones fumeurs Report not provided WHO African Region
Cambodia Answer not provided Report not provided Banning of Smoking and Blowing of Tobacco Products at workplaces and public places including all levels of educational institutions. outdoor and indoor public buildings. public transports. health facilities. nurseries. children parks. museums. cultural and historical sites. gas stations. and flammable areas. To implement this circular. directors. owners or managers of aforementioned places have to put no-smoking signs at the entrances of their places or any appropriate locations where they are clearly visible to the public. In case of violation. violators will be told to stop or to smoke outside the buildings. In case of incompliance or repetition. managers or owners of workplaces or public places shall cooperate with competent authorities to warn violators accordingly WHO Western Pacific Region
Cameroon Answer not provided Answer not provided Les messages à travers des autocollants WHO African Region
Canada Canada has comprehensive smoke-free legislation in public workplaces, primarily governed through sub-national jurisdictions. Recognizing that over 98% of indoor workplaces in Canada are smoke-free, there do exist, in a limited number of jurisdictions, provisions for tightly regulated designated smoking rooms in indoor workplaces. Canada has comprehensive smoke-free legislation in public workplaces, primarily governed through sub-national jurisdictions. Recognizing that over 98% of indoor workplaces in Canada are smoke-free, there do exist, in a limited number of jurisdictions, provisions for tightly regulated designated smoking rooms in indoor workplaces. Canada has comprehensive smoke-free legislation in public workplaces. primarily governed through sub-national jurisdictions. Recognizing that over 98% of indoor workplaces in Canada are smoke-free. there do exist. in a limited number of jurisdictions. provisions for tightly regulated designated smoking rooms in indoor workplaces. WHO Region of the Americas
Central African Republic Report not provided Report not provided Report not provided WHO African Region
Chad Un projet de décret portant interdiction de fumer dans les lieux publics a été élaboré et en cours dadoption Report not provided Report not provided WHO African Region
Chile Existe una prohibición de consumo de tabaco en lugares cerrados de uso público. Esto se establece en la ley 19.419 en su articulo 11. Existe una prohibición de consumo de tabaco en lugares cerrados de uso público tales como oficinas y lugares de trabajo. Esto se realizo mediante la ley 19.419 en su articulo 11 Comprendidas en Artículo 11° de la Ley 19.419 de Tabaco en Chile WHO Region of the Americas
China 《公共场所卫生管理条例实施细则》《关于2011年起全国医疗卫生系统全面禁烟的决定》《教育部关于在全国各级各类学校禁烟有关事项的通知》等以上制度文件对医疗卫生、教育系统及其他行业人员工作场所禁烟进行了规定;另外在地方性无烟法规中,对禁止在室内工作场所吸烟也进行了相关规定。 1987年实施的《公共场所卫生管理条例》第二条指出公共场所包括:(一)宾馆、饭馆、旅店、招待所、车马店、咖啡馆、酒吧、茶座;(二)公共浴室、理发店、美容店;(三)影剧院、录像厅(室)、游艺厅(室)、舞厅、音乐厅;(四)体育场(馆)、游泳场(馆)、公园;(五)展览馆、博物馆、美术馆、图书馆;(六)商场(店)、书店;(七)候诊室、候车(机、船)室、公共交通工具。 2011年3月,卫生部颁布《公共场所卫生管理条例实施细则》,其中,第十八条明确规定“室内公共场所禁止吸烟”。按照以上的公共场所的定义,现有工作场所并未被涵盖,工作场所部分禁烟,是因为城市立法的作用。 Health Ministry and other four ministries jointly issued a total ban on smoking on national health care system; decisions expressly stated that by 2011 smoking is totally banned in the national health care system. In June 2010 the Ministry of education and the Ministry of health jointly issued a circular on further strengthening the tobacco control work in schools clear primary and secondary school and College indoor where smoking is not allowed on the campus or by teachers in front of students. Local city laws and regulations on smoking ban in public places was introduced some local regulations have also been made to the ban smoking in indoor workplaces. WHO Western Pacific Region
Colombia Creación y socialización de la ruta de denuncia para la protección de los ambientes 100% libres de humo de tabaco en los lugares establecidos en el artículo 19 de la Ley 1335 de 2009. Señalización como ambiente 100% libre de humo de tabaco y sus derivados. Inclusión en los programas de salud y seguridad en el trabajo del componente de ambientes 100% libres de humo de tabaco como parte de los lineamientos de estilos de vida saludable. Ver: https://www.minsalud.gov.co/sites/rid/Lists/BibliotecaDigital/RIDE/VS/PP/ENT/senalizacion-alh-establecimientos-abiertos.jpg Creación y socialización de la ruta de denuncia para la protección de los ambientes 100% libres de humo de tabaco en los lugares establecidos en el artículo 19 de la Ley 1335 de 2009. Creación y socialización de la ruta de denuncia para la protección de los ambientes 100% libres de humo de tabaco en los lugares establecidos en el artículo 19 de la Ley 1335 de 2009. WHO Region of the Americas
Comoros Answer not provided Report not provided Report not provided WHO African Region
Congo Report not provided La loi existe mais nest pas encore mis en application, par contre nous assistons à une mise en application partielle de cette loi due aux accords volontaires de cette loi dans certains lieux à usage collectif tels que cités au-dessus. La loi parle des lieux affectés à usage publics et la précision est faite dans les textes d’application de cette loi qui sont en cours d’adoption par le conseil des ministres. WHO African Region
Cook Islands Complete – smoking is prohibited. Complete – smoking is prohibited. Negotiated with indoor workplaces Managers about their role to comply with the tobacco act to remind and monitor WHO Western Pacific Region
Costa Rica A partir de la implementación de la Ley General y el Reglamento de control del tabaco y sus efectos nocivos en la salud N° 9028, del año 2012, las únicas excepciones son: las casas destinadas exclusivamente a la habitación familiar, los espacios abiertos delimitados por la Dirección General de Adaptación Social en los Centros Penitenciarios (solo para las personas privadas de libertad) y los espacios físicos ocupados por las embajadas. Año 1995 LEY No. 7501: REGULACION DEL FUMADO Año 2012 a partir de la implementación de la Ley General y el Reglamento de control del tabaco y sus efectos nocivos en la salud ° 9028 las únicas excepciones son : las casas destinadas exclusivamente a la habitación familiar, los espacios abiertos delimitados por la Dirección General de Adaptación Social en los Centros Penitenciarios (solo para las personas privadas de libertad) y los espacios físicos ocupados por las Embajadas El artículo 6 de la Ley 9028 indica que se deberán colocar avisos en los lugares prohibidos para fumar con la leyenda “prohibido fumar. ambiente libre de humo de tabaco” El artículo 36 establece una sanción de 10% de un salario base a quien fume en los sitios prohibidos. y un 15% de un salario base a quien incumpla con la colocación de los avisos (responsables y jerarcas WHO Region of the Americas
Côte d'Ivoire Il est interdit de fumer dans les lieux utilisés par des personnes dans le cadre dun emploi rémunéré ou dun travail bénévole Answer not provided Aucun espace fumeur na été autorisé à être aménager WHO African Region
Croatia The Act on Safety at Work (Official Gazette No. 71/14, 118/14, 154/14). According to the Act on the Restriction of the Use of Tobacco Products (OG 125/2008,55/2009,119/2009 and 94/2009) smoking is prohibited in all closed public areas including indoor working places The Act on Safety at Work (Official Gazette No. 71/14, 118/14, 154/14). According to the Act on the Restriction of the Use of Tobacco Products (OG 125/2008,55/2009,119/2009 and 94/2009) smoking is prohibited in all closed public areas including indoor working places According to the Act on the Restriction of the Use of Tobacco Products (OG 125/2008) smoking is prohibited in all closed public areas including indoor working places. WHO European Region
Cyprus The new tobacco control legislation provides for a total ban in an all indoor workplaces including the private sector. The new proposal amending the legislation provides for a total ban in an all indoor workplaces including the private sector. The new proposal amending the legislation provides for a total ban in all indoor workplaces including the private sector. WHO European Region
Czech Republic Please see answer C223 Please see answer C223 Please see answer 3.2.2.3 WHO European Region
Democratic People's Republic of Korea Tobacco Control Law designates indoor offices and workplaces as smoke-free. Report not provided Smoking in indoor workplaces is banned in principle with difference based on the kinds of jobs as well as on its implementation status according to the rules of the agencies and administrative demands of the staff. WHO South-East Asia Region
Democratic Republic of the Congo La sensibilisation est programmée à loccasion de la JMST 2018. Documents existant (Arreté ministériel 010/2007, circulaire administrative, directive du PNLCT), Campagne dinstallation des espaces non fumeurs effectuée dans 4 villes du pays en décembre 2015. Report not provided WHO African Region
Denmark The employer can allow smoking in designated smoking rooms and smoking cabins. The employer can allow smoking in designated smoking rooms and smoking cabins. The employer can allow smoking in designated smoking rooms and smoking cabins. WHO European Region
Djibouti la notion de partielle est liée à la définition de lespace. Si fermé ou en plein air. la notion de partielle est liée à la définition de lespace. Si fermé ou en plein air. Answer not provided WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Dominica Report not provided No official smoking bans exist however private companies and corporations have implemented bans in their business places Report not provided WHO Region of the Americas
Ecuador En el Artículo 21, en el inciso b. de la Ley Orgánica para la Regulación y Control del Tabaco establece que se debe declarar espacios cien por ciento (100%) libres de humo de tabaco y se prohíbe fumar o mantener encendidos productos de tabaco en todos los espacios cerrados que sean lugares de trabajo y atención y acceso al público. Adicionalmente, existe la posibilidad de denunciar en caso de que se quiera o sea necesario al correo electrónico denuncias.tabaco@controlsanitario.gob.ec. Además, se realizan monitoreos aleatorios para verificar el cumplimiento de lo dispuesto en la Ley. Existe la posibilidad de denunciar en caso de que se quiera o sea necesario al correo electrónico denuncias.tabaco@controlsanitario.gob.ec. Y los monitoreos aleatorios para verificar el cumplimiento de lo dispuesto en la Ley. El Art. 21 de la Ley Orgánica para la Regulación y Control del Tabaco -LORCT. vigente desde el 22 de julio del 2011 declara como espacios 100% libres de humo de tabaco todos los espacios públicos y privados de acceso público cerrados. De manera periódica y permanente los Comisarios de Salud en coordinación con la Policía Nacional. la Intendencia de Policía y los comisarios de salud de los municipios realizan el monitoreo y control de la aplicación de la LORCT WHO Region of the Americas
Egypt منع التدخين في بعض اماكن العمل الخاصة وبعض اماكن العمل التي تقدم خدمات للجمهور منع التدخين في بعض اماكن العمل الخاصة وبعض اماكن العمل التي تقدم خدمات للجمهور Law 154 for year 2007 (not fully implemented) WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
El Salvador Ley para el Control del Tabaco. Art. 7.- Los responsables o propietarios de los lugares establecidos en el artículo anterior, colocarán letreros visibles que indiquen claramente que se prohíbe el consumo de tabaco. Este letrero tendrá las características establecidas en el Reglamento de la presente Ley. Ley para el Control del Tabaco. Art. 7.- Los responsables o propietarios de los lugares establecidos en el artículo anterior, colocarán letreros visibles que indiquen claramente que se prohíbe el consumo de tabaco. Este letrero tendrá las características establecidas en el Reglamento de la presente Ley. Por disposición de ley (art. 7). todos los lugares de trabajo deben mostrar señales relativas a la prohibición total de fumar en el interior de los mismos. El propietario o responsable del lugar debe reconvenir a los y las infractoras. La ley también impone sanciones. WHO Region of the Americas
Equatorial Guinea SON MEDIDAS PARCIALES SON MEDIDAS PARCIALES Report not provided WHO African Region
Estonia Smoking is allowed in indoor smoking rooms or smoking areas (in 2017 the smoking areas will be banned). Smoking is allowed in indoor smoking rooms or smoking areas (in 2017 the smoking areas will be banned). smoking is allowed in smoking areas or rooms WHO European Region
Ethiopia Report not provided Report not provided Report not provided WHO African Region
European Union At EU level, a number of occupational health and safety Directives set out requirements covering most risks to workers health and safety, general risk prevention and some specific restrictions on smoking at the workplace. In addition, the Council Recommendation on smoke-free environments 2009/C 296/02 of 30 November 2009 calls on Member States to provide effective protection from exposure to tobacco smoke in indoor workplaces at the latest by 2012. At EU level, a number of occupational health and safety Directives set out requirements covering most risks to workers health and safety, general risk prevention and some specific restrictions on smoking at the workplace. In addition, the Council Recommendation on smoke-free environments 2009/C 296/02 of 30 November 2009 calls on Member States to provide effective protection from exposure to tobacco smoke in indoor workplaces at the latest by 2012. At EU level a number of occupational health and safety Directives set out requirements covering most risks to workers'' health and safety general risk prevention and some specific restrictions on smoking at the workplace. The Health and Safety Framework Directive 89/391/EEC requires the employer to ensure the health and safety of workers in every aspect related to work and to evaluate the associated risks. Environmental tobacco smoke should therefore be considered as part of the risk assessment and appropriate preventive measures should be implemented where necessary. Several other Directives lay down restrictions on smoking at work. The Workplace Directive 89/654/EEC the Mineral and Extractive Industries drilling Directive 92/91/EEC and the Mineral and Extractive Industries surface and underground works Directive 92/104/EEC require measures to be introduced for the protection of non-smokers against discomfort caused by tobacco smoke in rest areas and rest rooms. The Carcinogens and Mutagens Directive 2004/37/EC provides for the use of ''no smoking'' signs in areas where workers are or are likely to be exposed to carcinogens or mutagens and prohibits smoking in these areas. Directive 83/477/EEC on the protection of workers from the risks related to exposure to asbestos at work introduces an obligation to demarcate areas where there should be no smoking when a risk assessment identifies the concentration of asbestos fibres in the workplace air at a level equal to or above the reference value. The Pregnant and Breastfeeding Workers Directive 92/85/EEC lists substances classified as carcinogenic (R45) and carbon monoxide among the chemical agents in respect of which the employer should assess the nature degree and duration of exposure of pregnant workers and workers who have recently given birth or are breastfeeding. This should be followed by further action by the employer to ensure that these workers are not exposed to such risks. Lastly the Explosive Atmospheres Directive 1999/92/EC requires measures to be introduced to prevent the ignition of explosive atmospheres. In addition the Council Recommendation on smoke-free environments 2009/C 296/02 of 30 November 2009 calls on Member States to provide effective protection from exposure to tobacco smoke in indoor workplaces as stipulated by Article 8 of the FCTC and based on guidelines on protection from exposure to tobacco smoke adopted by the COP2 within five years of the FCTC''s entry into force for that Member State or at the latest within three years following the adoption of the Recommendation. WHO European Region
Fiji Report not provided Report not provided Complete as covered under the Tobacco Control Regulation 2012 WHO Western Pacific Region
Finland Under Section 74(1)(1) of the Tobacco Act (549/2016), smoking is prohibited in the indoor areas of buildings, vechiles or similar places that are accessible to the public or employees or accessible to customers for the purpose of providing commercial or public services. Section 76: In the indoor rooms referred to in section 74(1)(1), smoking may be allowed in a separate smoking room that has been approved for smoking purposes under the Land Use and Building Act (132/1999). In such cases, it shall be ensured that tobacco smoke can not enter areas where smoking is prohibited. Smoking rooms shall not be located in connection with indoor areas that are mainly used by persons under the age of 18. Further provisions on technical requirements concerning the structural and functional properties of smoking rooms have been given by government decree 601/2016 (transitional provision until 20 May 2018). Under Section 77, smoking can be allowed on the indoor premises of restaurants only in a separate smoking area approved for smoking. In that can case it must, however, be seen to it that tobacco smoke does not spread to the area where smoking is prohibited. It is prohibited to serve food or drink, or to eat or drink in the smoking area. Further provisions are given by government decree 601/2016. Under Section 12 of the Tobacco Act, smoking is prohibited on the joint and public indoor premises of workplaces and on their indoor premises intended for clients and customers. Under Section 13 of the Tobacco Act, the proprietors of indoor premises may, however, allow smoking in a room intended for this purpose or in part of the facilities or space as long as no tobacco smoke can enter those indoor premises where smoking is prohibited. A separate room or other space for smoking shall not, however, be located in conjunction with indoor premises primarily used by persons under the age of eighteen. Under Section 13 b of the Tobacco Act, smoking can be allowed on the indoor premises of restaurants only in a separate smoking area approved for smoking. In that can case it must, however, be seen to it that tobacco smoke does not spread to the area where smoking is prohibited. It is prohibited to serve food or drink, or to eat or drink in the smoking area. Under Section 12 of the Tobacco Act smoking is prohibited on the joint and public indoor premises of workplaces and on their indoor premises intended for clients and customers. Under Section 13 of the Tobacco Act the proprietors of indoor premises may however allow smoking in a room intended for this purpose or in part of the facilities or space as long as no tobacco smoke can enter those indoor premises where smoking is prohibited. A separate room or other space for smoking shall not however be located in conjunction with indoor premises primarily used by persons under the age of eighteen. Under Section 13 b of the Tobacco Act smoking can be allowed on the indoor premises of restaurants only in a separate smoking area approved for smoking. In that can case it must however be seen to it that tobacco smoke does not spread to the area where smoking is prohibited. It is prohibited to serve food or drink or to eat or drink in the smoking area. WHO European Region
France Article R3511-2 du code de la santé publique : Linterdiction de fumer ne sapplique pas dans les emplacements qui sont mis à la disposition des fumeurs, au sein des lieux mentionnés à larticle R. 3511-1. Ces emplacements sont déterminés par la personne ou lorganisme responsable de ces lieux, en tenant compte de leur volume, disposition, condition dutilisation, daération et de ventilation et de la nécessité dassurer la protection des non-fumeurs. La création de fumoirs est facultative. La majorité dentreprises nont pas de fumoirs. Ces emplacements ne peuvent être aménagés au sein des établissements denseignement publics et privés, des centres de formation des apprentis, des établissements destinés à ou régulièrement utilisés pour laccueil, la formation, lhébergement ou la pratique sportive des mineurs et des établissements de santé. La création de fumoirs au sein des locaux intérieurs de l’administration publique n’est pas autorisée Answer not provided Linterdiction de fumer est complète (sans possibilité de mise en place demplacements réservés aux fumeurs que ce soit par le biais dune interdiction réglementaire ou par voie de circulaire) dans les établissements denseignement (y compris les espaces découverts pour les écoles) les établissements de santé les administrations publiques. Dans les autres lieux de travail linterdiction est partielle dans la mesure où des emplacements réservés aux fumeurs peuvent être mis en place. Les conditions de mise en œuvre sont toutefois très strictes. WHO European Region
Gabon Answer not provided Voir Loi antitabac articles 19 à 21 La loi venait juste d’être promulguée les textes d’application n’ont pas encore été élaborés WHO African Region
Gambia Smoking is ban completely in all indoor work places in the country including both public and private work places. Smoking is ban completely in all indoor work places in the country including both public and private work places. LEGISLATED IN 1998 WHO African Region
Georgia according to the new tobacco control legislation smoking is completely banned in all workplaces. the law enters into force on May 1, 2018. The exception are Casinos where smoking is still allowed. According to the national tobacco control law there is a provision of partial ban of smoking in governmental facilities but due to the complicated and not flexible administrative mechanisms which do not envisage precisely the accountability to the authorities who have to be responsible for the implementation the law is not enforced expect some voluntary initiatives. Private workplaces are not bound by law to be smokefree or partially smokefree. According to the law tobacco smoking is completely banned in health care facilities and educational facilities but there is no actual execution of this law. Private sector is more obedient to the law than public sector. WHO European Region
Germany Employers obliged to protect non-smokers against passive smoking at federal and Länder (state) level except for workplaces accessible to the public Employers obliged to protect non-smokers against passive smoking at federal and Länder (state) level except for workplaces accessible to the public Employers obliged to protect non-smokers against passive smoking at federal and Länder (state) level except for workplaces accessible to the public WHO European Region
Ghana Complete means "No smoking". Partial means "Designated Smoking Area" is provided for smoking Complete means No smoking is allowed. Partial means Designated Smoking Area is provided for smoking The Ministry of Health has issued administrative Instruction to all Health facilities in Ghana to place at entrances and vantage points large and visible “No Smoking” sign. WHO African Region
Greece There is a comprehensive ban but not adequately enforced. Regarding the private sector the law is implemented to a satisfactory degree in banks, multinational companies department stores but an complete violation takes place in almost all hospitality venues like bars, clubs and restaurants There is a comprehensive ban but not adequately enforced. Regarding the private sector the law is implemented to a satisfactory degree in banks, multinational companies department stores but an complete violation takes place in almost all hospitality venues like bars, clubs and restaurants Total prohibition according to the Law No 3868/2010. WHO European Region
Grenada Persons are not allowed to smoke inside the building Persons are not allowed to smoke inside the building Persons are not allowed to smoke inside the building WHO Region of the Americas
Guatemala Prohibición, obligación de señalización, obligación de velar por el cumplimiento, vigilancia, sanción Prohibición, obligación de señalización, obligación de velar por el cumplimiento, vigilancia, sanción Existe prohibición en todos los espacios de los lugares de trabajo (ya sea público o privado WHO Region of the Americas
Guinea Report not provided Des mesures sont prises mais non officiellement appliquées Report not provided WHO African Region
Guinea-Bissau Answer not provided Answer not provided Report not provided WHO African Region
Guyana As mandated by the Health Facilities Licensing Act and the Ministerial Decree from the Ministry of Education, All Health Facilities and Education Facilities must be 100% smoke free. The Ministry of Health also has a Smoke Free Environments Program. At the moment it is a voluntary program and participants enter into it by choice. A declaration that is certified by the Minister of Health is presented to them along with Smoke Free Environments Signs. Assistance is also given in developing enforcement strategies and penalties strategies that are suitable. When they are declared smoke free, the media is present and it is reported nationally. This serves to support the awareness program for prevention. 1) No person shall smoke in the following places – (a) in any part of any indoor workplace; (b) in any part of any indoor public place, including by way of illustration but in no way limited to those places listed in the First Schedule; (Tobacco Control Act, Guyana) As mandated by the Health Facilities Licensing Act and the Ministerial Decree from the Ministry of Education, All Health Facilities and Education Facilities must be 100% smoke free. The Ministry of Health also has a Smoke Free Environments Program. At the moment it is a voluntary program and participants enter into it by choice. A declaration that is certified by the Minister of Health is presented to them along with Smoke Free Environments Signs. Assistance is also given in developing enforcement strategies and penalties strategies that are suitable. When they are declared smoke free, the media is present and it is reported nationally. This serves to support the awareness program for prevention. Report not provided WHO Region of the Americas
Honduras El IHADFA con el apoyo de las Alcaldías Municipales, organizaciones o instituciones del Estado y la Sociedad Civil como la Alianza Hondureña Antitabaco vigilan constantemente el cumplimiento de que en los lugares de trabajo interiores no se consuma productos derivados de tabaco. El IHADFA con el apoyo de las Alcaldías Municipales, organizaciones o instituciones del Estado y la Sociedad Civil como la Alianza Hondureña Antitabaco vigilan constantemente el cumplimiento de que en los lugares de trabajo interiores no se consuma productos derivados de tabaco. Es una medida que se inició con el establecimiento por escrito de lugares de trabajo libres de tabaco. lo cual facilitó la implementación de lo estipulado en el Artículo 26 de la Ley Especial para el Control del Tabaco LECT y su Reglamentación. referente a la prohibición de consumo de tabaco en lugares abiertos y cerrados ya sea públicos o privados. WHO Region of the Americas
Hungary Under Legislation, the smoking in enclosed workplaces is forbidden, regarding the following exceptions. Act XLII of 1999: „2. § (5) According to the provisions of Subsections (7)-(9) indoor smoking areas may be designated: a) in the cases described in Section 9; b) in penal institutions, police detention facilities, lockups and compounds of restricted access for the inmates and detainees, including those suffering in some form of mental disorder; c) in the psychiatric institutions referred to in Paragraph a) of Section 188 of the HCA, for psychiatric patients; d) for workers, where the adjusted effective temperature - defined in specific other legislation - in indoor workplaces is higher than 24 °C; e) for workers working in places rated extremely or highly flammable or in workplaces and facilities of moderate fire risk where areas may not be designated outdoors for smoking: ea) in harmony with break-times provided under the Labor Code, eb) in compliance with fire regulations, and ec) in accord with the nature of the activity pursued, or may be designated only at the expense of causing serious danger to safety of life or property, or to the national economy.” Under Legislation, the smoking in enclosed workplaces is forbidden, regarding the following exceptions. Act XLII of 1999: „2. § (5) According to the provisions of Subsections (7)-(9) indoor smoking areas may be designated: a) in the cases described in Section 9; b) in penal institutions, police detention facilities, lockups and compounds of restricted access for the inmates and detainees, including those suffering in some form of mental disorder; c) in the psychiatric institutions referred to in Paragraph a) of Section 188 of the HCA, for psychiatric patients; d) for workers, where the adjusted effective temperature - defined in specific other legislation - in indoor workplaces is higher than 24 °C; e) for workers working in places rated extremely or highly flammable or in workplaces and facilities of moderate fire risk where areas may not be designated outdoors for smoking: ea) in harmony with break-times provided under the Labor Code, eb) in compliance with fire regulations, and ec) in accord with the nature of the activity pursued, or may be designated only at the expense of causing serious danger to safety of life or property, or to the national economy.” There is no possibility to designate areas for smoking in work places except for workplaces where the corrected effective temperature is over 24C° and -with certain conditions- at workplaces and establishments with increased risk or risk of fire and explosion and risk of fire. WHO European Region
Iceland Tobacco smoking is prohibited on premises where business is conducted. It is, however, permissible, with respect to the part of the business premises to which the public does not have access, see art. 6, to allocate a special space for tobacco smoking. Should a member of staff have a personal workspace connected to other workspace solely via a closable door, and should his/her work responsibilities not require others to enter his/her workspace, the employer/manager of the workplace may, notwithstanding para. 1, permit him/her to smoke in the workspace. Should two or more people work in the same workspace, all of whom smoke, the smoking ban may be waived, on the same conditions, if all agree. A member of staff may at any time revoke his/her agreement, and should he/she cease smoking it is automatically revoked. A workspace where smoking is permitted must not be used by others as smokers’ space. If substances which may be carcinogenic, other than tobacco smoke, are in the atmosphere of the workspace (as steam, smoke, dust or droplets) smoking shall not be permitted there. Smoking is prohibited in dormitories, bedrooms and sleeping compartments belonging to the workplace, shared by two or more people. The ban may be waived if all those who use the sleeping accommodation smoke, and if all are in agreement to permit smoking. A member of staff may at any time revoke his/her agreement, and should he/she cease smoking it is automatically revoked. The provisions of arts. 1 to 3 also apply to tents and other camp accommodation belonging to a workplace. The restrictions on tobacco smoking on business premises under paras. 1, 2 and 3 apply also to tobacco smoking in ships, aircraft, vehicles and machinery used for commercial purposes. Smoking is, however, permitted on open decks of ships. Should the public have access to a ship, aircraft or vehicle, art. 7 applies as relevant. The provisions of paras. 1 to 3 do not apply to business carried on in a private home, nor in a private vehicle, provided that the premises or vehicle in question are/is used only by individuals in the same family or members of the same household. Should the public have access to the private home or vehicle, the provisions of arts. 6 and 7 apply. Tobacco smoking is prohibited on premises where business is conducted. It is, however, permissible, with respect to the part of the business premises to which the public does not have access, see art. 6, to allocate a special space for tobacco smoking. Should a member of staff have a personal workspace connected to other workspace solely via a closable door, and should his/her work responsibilities not require others to enter his/her workspace, the employer/manager of the workplace may, notwithstanding para. 1, permit him/her to smoke in the workspace. Should two or more people work in the same workspace, all of whom smoke, the smoking ban may be waived, on the same conditions, if all agree. A member of staff may at any time revoke his/her agreement, and should he/she cease smoking it is automatically revoked. A workspace where smoking is permitted must not be used by others as smokers’ space. If substances which may be carcinogenic, other than tobacco smoke, are in the atmosphere of the workspace (as steam, smoke, dust or droplets) smoking shall not be permitted there. Smoking is prohibited in dormitories, bedrooms and sleeping compartments belonging to the workplace, shared by two or more people. The ban may be waived if all those who use the sleeping accommodation smoke, and if all are in agreement to permit smoking. A member of staff may at any time revoke his/her agreement, and should he/she cease smoking it is automatically revoked. The provisions of arts. 1 to 3 also apply to tents and other camp accommodation belonging to a workplace. The restrictions on tobacco smoking on business premises under paras. 1, 2 and 3 apply also to tobacco smoking in ships, aircraft, vehicles and machinery used for commercial purposes. Smoking is, however, permitted on open decks of ships. Should the public have access to a ship, aircraft or vehicle, art. 7 applies as relevant. The provisions of paras. 1 to 3 do not apply to business carried on in a private home, nor in a private vehicle, provided that the premises or vehicle in question are/is used only by individuals in the same family or members of the same household. Should the public have access to the private home or vehicle, the provisions of arts. 6 and 7 apply. Tobacco smoking is prohibited on premises where business is conducted. It is however permissible with respect to the part of the business premises to which the public does not have access see art. 6 to allocate a special space for tobacco smoking. Should a member of staff have a personal workspace connected to other workspace solely via a closable door and should his/her work responsibilities not require others to enter his/her workspace the employer/manager of the workplace may notwithstanding para. 1 permit him/her to smoke in the workspace. Should two or more people work in the same workspace all of whom smoke the smoking ban may be waived on the same conditions if all agree. A member of staff may at any time revoke his/her agreement and should he/she cease smoking it is automatically revoked. A workspace where smoking is permitted must not be used by others as smokers'' space. If substances which may be carcinogenic other than tobacco smoke are in the atmosphere of the workspace (as steam smoke dust or droplets) smoking shall not be permitted there. Smoking is prohibited in dormitories bedrooms and sleeping compartments belonging to the workplace shared by two or more people. The ban may be waived if all those who use the sleeping accommodation smoke and if all are in agreement to permit smoking. A member of staff may at any time revoke his/her agreement and should he/she cease smoking it is automatically revoked. The provisions of arts. 1 to 3 also apply to tents and other camp accommodation belonging to a workplace. The restrictions on tobacco smoking on business premises under paras. 1 2 and 3 apply also to tobacco smoking in ships aircraft vehicles and machinery used for commercial purposes. Smoking is however permitted on open decks of ships. Should the public have access to a ship aircraft or vehicle art. 7 applies as relevant. The provisions of paras. 1 to 3 do not apply to business carried on in a private home nor in a private vehicle provided that the premises or vehicle in question are/is used only by individuals in the same family or members of the same household. Should the public have access to the private home or vehicle the provisions of arts. 6 and 7 apply. WHO European Region
India The definition of public placesis very comprehensive and includes all places visited by public whether as of right or not and includes auditorium, hospital buildings, railway waiting rooms, amusement centres, restaurants, public offices, court buildings, educational institutions, libraries, public conveyances, refreshment rooms, banquet halls, discotheques, canteen, coffee house, pubs, bar, airport lounge, shopping malls, cinema halls and the like. However, hotels having 30 or more rooms, restaurants having seating capacity of 30 or more persons and airports may create a separate designated smoking room as per specifications and ventilation standards provided in Rules. The definition of public placesis very comprehensive and includes all places visited by public whether as of right or not and includes auditorium, hospital buildings, railway waiting rooms, amusement centres, restaurants, public offices, court buildings, educational institutions, libraries, public conveyances, refreshment rooms, banquet halls, discotheques, canteen, coffee house, pubs, bar, airport lounge, shopping malls, cinema halls and the like. However, hotels having 30 or more rooms, restaurants having seating capacity of 30 or more persons and airports may create a separate designated smoking room as per specifications and ventilation standards provided in Rules. The definition of public is very comprehensive and includes all places visited by public whether as of right or not and includes auditorium. hospital buildings. railway waiting rooms. amusement centres. restaurants. public offices. court buildings. educational institutions. libraries. public conveyances. refreshment rooms. banquet halls. discotheques. canteen. coffee house. pubs. bar. airport lounge. shopping malls. cinema halls and the like. However hotels having a 30 or more rooms and restrurants having seating capaity of 30 or more persons and airports may create a separate smoking rooms as per the specifications and ventilation standards provided in the 2008 Rules. WHO South-East Asia Region
Iran (Islamic Republic of) Smoking in all indoor work places is completely banned and enforced. Smoking in all indoor work places is completely banned and enforced. Smoking in all indoor work places is completely banned and enforced. WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Iraq Smokers in indoor public places, including workplaces, shall be fined 10000 Iraqi dinars in accordance with the smoking control law. prevent workers from carrying their cigarette packets in to the workplace. Article 4 of chapter 2 of tobacco control act refers to ban of smoking in the following public places: 1. within the premises of the governing bodies, ministries, directorates,health and educational institutions, airports, companies, factories, markets and labour offices. Partial measures caused by allowing the existence of special places for smokers in those locations. WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Ireland Smoking in all workplaces has been banned in Ireland since 2004 Smoking in all workplaces has been banned in Ireland since 2004 Smoking in all workplaces has been banned in Ireland since 2004. WHO European Region
Israel Report not provided Report not provided Report not provided WHO European Region
Italy Smoking is not allowed in all enclosed place (public and private). The law allows the possibility to create rooms for smokers realized with well defined structural and ventilation criteria. There are fines for smoking rooms not compliant. Smoking is not allowed in all enclosed place (public and private). The law allows the possibility to create rooms for smokers realized with well defined structural and ventilation criteria. There are fines for smoking room not compliant. The law allows the possibility to create rooms for smokers realized with well-defined structural and ventilation criteria. There are fines for smoking room not compliant. WHO European Region
Jamaica Tobacco smoking is banned in all enclosed workplace whether private or public. This does not include residential homes/apartments. Tobacco smoking is banned in all enclosed workplace whether private or public. This does not include residential homes/apartments. Tobacco smoking is banned in all enclosed workplace whether private or public. WHO Region of the Americas
Japan Occupational Safety and Health Act was partially revised and enforced. From June 1, 2015, The employer shall endeavor to take necessary measures in order to prevent the passive smoking, considering the circumstances of the said employer and his/her workplace, including indoor workplace. Occupational Safety and Health Act was partially revised and enforced. From June 1, 2015, The employer shall endeavor to take necessary measures in order to prevent the passive smoking, considering the circumstances of the said employer and his/her workplace, including indoor workplace. ·Occupational Safety and Health Act (Act No. 57 of June 8 1972) stipulates the effort of employers to establish comfortable working environment including measures against passive smoking and Guidelines on Restrict Smoking Area etc. is provided. WHO Western Pacific Region
Jordan قانون الصحة العامة رقم 47 لسنة 2008 الذي يمنع التدخين في الاماكن العامة مع جواز تخصيص اماكن للمدخنين ضمن شروط معينة بموافقة معالي وزير الصحة ويتم الان تخصيص اماكن للمدخنين وغير المدخنين وبفصل تام وضمن شروط تحافظ على الصحة العامة للمدخنين وغير المدخنين والتي صدرت عام 2013 ونص عليها قانون الصحة العامة المعدل لعام 2017 قانون مراقبة سلوك الاحداث والذي يمنع البيع للاقل من 18 عام قانون السير والذي يمنع التدخين ويعاقب المدخن في المركبة العامة والسائق قانون الصحة العامة رقم 47 لسنة 2008 الذي يمنع التدخين في الاماكن العامة مع جواز تخصيص اماكن للمدخنين ضمن شروط معينة بموافقة معالي وزير الصحة قانون مراقبة سلوك الاحداث والذي يمنع البيع للاقل من 18 عام قانون السير والذي يمنع التدخين ويعاقب المدخن في المركبة العامة والسائق Required under the Public Health Act No. 47 of 2008 which prohibits smoking in public places with the possibility of allocating a place for smokers within the special conditions established by the Ministry of Health. WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Kazakhstan Полный запрет, при выявлении нарушения- административный штраф Report not provided In the workplace (indoor) there is a complete smoking ban. WHO European Region
Kenya The law prohibits smoking in all work places. The law prohibits smoking in all work places. Complete ban WHO African Region
Kiribati Enclosed premises under the Tobacco Control Act 2014 Enclosed premises under the Tobacco Control Act 2014 Enclosed premises under the Tobacco Control Act 2014. WHO Western Pacific Region
Kuwait يمنع التدخين في أماكن العمل الداخلية ولكن يمكن تخصيص أماكن خاصة للمدخنين in progress Answer not provided WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Kyrgyzstan Report not provided Частные рабочие места: Курение запрещается в любом рабочем месте где оказываются услуги населению, включая в общественных точках питания, где нет возможности разделить на два помещения по 50% для каждой Complete ban WHO European Region
Lao People's Democratic Republic All indoor places are prohibited All indoor places are prohibited Private sectors such as hotels and restaurant have problem in implementing smoke-free. Small numbers of pub and bars are Smoke-free. WHO Western Pacific Region
Latvia Smoking at workplaces (indoor) is prohibited, except specially designated rooms for smoking. Specially designated rooms for smoking are also allowed in prisons (cells) and in health care and social care facilities. Smoking at workplaces (indoor) is prohibited, except specially designated rooms for smoking. Specially designated rooms for smoking are also allowed in prisons (cells) and in health care and social care facilities. Smoking is banned in places of work in work-spaces and areas of common use with the exception of specially designated smoking premises; WHO European Region
Lebanon Smoking is banned in all indoor workplaces. Smoking is banned in all indoor workplaces. Smoking is banned in all these locations. according to Law 174. WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Lesotho Report not provided Report not provided Answer not provided WHO African Region
Liberia Answer not provided Answer not provided Report not provided WHO African Region
Libya نص قرار من رئاسة الوزارء 206 لسنة 2009 على الحظر الكامل أو الجزئي نص قرار من رئاسة الوزارء 206 لسنة 2009 على الحظر الكامل أو الجزئي Answer not provided WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Lithuania Please see item no. C225 Article 19. Restriction on the Usage of Tobacco Products, Law on Tobacco control Republic of Lithuania Law on Tobacco control Republic of Lithuania https://www.e-tar.lt/portal/lt/legalAct/abfca110957511e4862ed7d5b632e0aa id279788 WHO European Region
Luxembourg Sauf dans les entreprises privées, bureaux privés, qui sont soumis au règlement intérieur. Answer not provided Entreprises privées: Obligation de réglementer le tabagisme sur le lieu de travail est de protéger les travailleurs contre lexposition à la fumée de tabac WHO European Region
Madagascar vulgarisation du texte dans tous les départements Ministériels mise en place des signalétiques interdisant de fumer dans les lieux de travail sensibilisation par mass media vulgarisation du texte dans tous les départements Ministériels Sensibilisation des responsables des tous les lieux intérieurs ou clos qui constituent des lieux de travail lieux publics Affichage des signalétiques réglementaire d’interdiction de fumer retrait de tous les cendriers ou ses analogues formation du corps de contrôle. WHO African Region
Malaysia Under Regulation 11, Control of Tobacco Product Regulation, 2004, complete ban of smoking activities in • Regulation 11(h) any area of government premise • Regulation 11(u) in air conditioned place of work with a centralized air conditioned system With respect to the above indoor workplaces, restaurant with air conditioned was also proposed as smoke free area last year. Complete banning of tobacco smoking in centralised air conditioning workplaces would be extended in future plans WHO Western Pacific Region
Maldives Whereas Government Office Buildings, and office buildings and offices of companies or entities where the state has a shareholding, are fully covered under the law, private work places are limited to the office area or the work place, rather than the whole building. Whereas Government Office Buildings, and office buildings and offices of companies or entities where the state has a shareholding, are fully covered under the law, private work places are limited to the office area or the work place, rather than the whole building. All indoor workplaces have a complete ban. It it''s not permitted to have smoking areas in indoor workplaces. However in some cases where there is a large open area adjacent to the work place proper smoking areas can be made in such open spaces if not built up. WHO South-East Asia Region
Mali La législation malienne interdit de fumer dans de travail publics La législation malienne interdit de fumer dans de travail publics Loi antitabac 2010 voir http://www.who.int/entity/fctc/reporting/party_reports/mali_annex3_anti_tobacco_act_2010_fr.pdf WHO African Region
Malta Total ban except in designated rooms in Casinos. Total ban except in designated rooms in Casinos. Total ban except in designated rooms in Casinos. WHO European Region
Marshall Islands AT PRESENT THE LAW COVERS FOR GOVERNMENT FACILITIES AND PUBLIC PLACES. THERE IS NO RESTRICTION FOR PRIVATE WORKPLACES AT PRESENT THE LAW COVERS FOR GOVERNMENT FACILITIES AND PUBLIC PLACES. THERE IS NO RESTRICTION FOR PRIVATE WORKPLACES Answer not provided WHO Western Pacific Region
Mauritania - - Answer not provided WHO African Region
Mauritius The Public Health ( Restrictions on Tobacco Products) Regulations 2008 bans smoking in indoor workplaces except in demarcated areas as per the relevant provisions of the Occupational Health and Safety Act 2003 which is governed by the Ministry of Labour which stressed on the fact that workers have the right to decide. The Tobacco Regulations ban smoking in indoor workplaces except in a demarcated area as per provision made in the Occupational Health and Safety Act 2003 of the Ministry of Labour Smoking is banned in indoor workplaces. However according to the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) of the Ministry of Labour smoking is banned in indoor workplaces except in a demarcated area. Due to this conflicting provision in the OHSA the Tobacco Regulations ban smoking in workplaces except in a demarcated area to be in line with the OHSA. The Ministry of Health and Quality of Life is presently advocating for the amendment of the OHSA for 100% smoke free workplaces. WHO African Region
Mexico Está prohibido, sin embargo la ley permite áreas interiores reservadas para fumar. Existen sanciones económicas, para quien incumpla con lo dispuesto en la ley y su reglamento. Está prohibido, sin embargo la ley permite áreas interiores reservadas para fumar. Existen sanciones económicas, para quien incumpla con lo dispuesto en la ley y su reglamento. Prohibición total de fumar tabaco en lugares de trabajo interiores. en caso de verificarse incumplimiento a la normatividad en materia de tabaco. así como evidencia de personas fumando. cigarrillos o colillas de cigarro. la autoridad sanitaria impone las medidas de seguridad correspondientes. pudiendo ser la clausura temporal o definitiva. parcial o total; así como la sanción administrativa conducente. Ley General para el Control del Tabaco. En lugares con acceso al público. o en áreas interiores de trabajo. públicas o privadas. incluidas las universidades e instituciones de educación superior. podrán existir zonas exclusivamente para fumar. las cuales deberán de conformidad con las disposiciones reglamentarias: I. Ubicarse en espacios al aire libre. o II. En espacios interiores aislados que dispongan de mecanismos que eviten el traslado de partículas hacia los espacios 100% libres de humo de tabaco y que no sea paso obligado para los no fumadores. WHO Region of the Americas
Micronesia (Federated States of) The complete ban on smoking in indoor places are mostly the government places. Partial measures are the private restaurants that have partial open walls and ceilings. The complete ban on smoking in indoor places are mostly the government places. Partial measures are the private restaurants that have partial open walls and ceilings. In FSM each state have different context of their Clean Indoor Air Act. There are designated places for smoking while some states required 50 feet away from the entrance to all public places. See states Clean Indoor Air Act for details WHO Western Pacific Region
Mongolia Mongolia restricted smoking in all places before 2015, however, by the amendment for the Law in 2015 (Article 9.1.5 and 9.1.6) smoking room is permitted in transport station, hotel halls, bar and night clubs. Report not provided Answer not provided WHO Western Pacific Region
Montenegro Smoking in public places is forbidden (Article 4, paragraph 1, item 1 and paragraph 2, items 1, 2 and 5 of the Law.) Notwithstanding above paragraph 1, medical institutions providing care to psychiatric patients can allocate a space for smokers. Public space is a space intended for communal use, and includes areas in facilities where 1) the following activities are performed: teaching, health care, production, control and trade of medical devices; facilities which provide accommodation/lodging for children, students; receive, accommodate and meet social needs of elderly people; 2) places for performing cultural, entertainment, sports and other activities, events, performances and competitions, meetings and other gatherings; 3) commercial services and manufacturing, warehousing and trade in food products is provided; 4) public spaces, as defined in paragraph 1 of this Article shall also include: discos, pastry shops, bistros, pizzerias and fast food outlets; 5) restaurants where food is served Smoking in public places is forbidden (Article 4, paragraph 1, item 1 and paragraph 2, items 1, 2 and 5 of the Law.) Notwithstanding above paragraph 1, medical institutions providing care to psychiatric patients can allocate a space for smokers. Public space is a space intended for communal use, and includes areas in facilities where 1) the following activities are performed: teaching, health care, production, control and trade of medical devices; facilities which provide accommodation/lodging for children, students; receive, accommodate and meet social needs of elderly people; 2) places for performing cultural, entertainment, sports and other activities, events, performances and competitions, meetings and other gatherings; 3) commercial services and manufacturing, warehousing and trade in food products is provided; 4) public spaces, as defined in paragraph 1 of this Article shall also include: discos, pastry shops, bistros, pizzerias and fast food outlets; 5) restaurants where food is served Smoking in public places is forbidden (Article 4 paragraph 1 item 1 and paragraph 2 items 1 2 and 5 of the Law.) Notwithstanding above paragraph 1 medical institutions providing care to psychiatric patients can allocate a space for smokers. Public space is a space intended for communal use and includes areas in facilities where 1) the following activities are performed: teaching health care production control and trade of medical devices; facilities which provide accommodation/lodging for children students; receive accommodate and meet social needs of elderly people; 2) places for performing cultural entertainment sports and other activities events performances and competitions meetings and other gatherings; 3) commercial services and manufacturing warehousing and trade in food products is provided; 4) public spaces as defined in paragraph 1 of this Article shall also include: discos pastry shops bistros pizzerias and fast food outlets; 5) restaurants where food is served WHO European Region
Myanmar The Article 6 in Chapter IV of “The Control of smoking and consumption of tobacco product law” defines non-smoking areas which includes indoor workplaces such as hospitals, medical treatment centres and clinics, teaching buildings, classrooms and offices of schools including private tuition classes and training schools, universities, colleges and institutes, marts, department stores and market sheds. But, the Article 7 of that Chapter mentions the non-smoking areas with designated smoking places. Those include: buildings of offices and departments, factories and workshops, hotels, motels, guest houses, lodging houses and restaurants. In 2011, the President’s office made the direction that the government offices’ buildings and compounds must be tobacco-free. According to notification released by the MoHS in 2014, all indoor places become smoke-free as the designated smoking area is to be defined outside at least 10 meters away from main entrance and windows. The Article 6 in Chapter IV of “The Control of smoking and consumption of tobacco product law” defines non-smoking areas which includes indoor workplaces such as hospitals, medical treatment centres and clinics, teaching buildings, classrooms and offices of schools including private tuition classes and training schools, universities, colleges and institutes, marts, department stores and market sheds. But, the Article 7 of that Chapter mentions the non-smoking areas with designated smoking places. Those include: buildings of offices and departments, factories and workshops, hotels, motels, guest houses, lodging houses and restaurants. In 2011, the President’s office made the direction that the government offices’ buildings and compounds must be tobacco-free. The Article 6 in Chapter IV of “The Control of smoking and consumption of tobacco product law” defines non-smoking areas which includes indoor workplaces such as hospitals medical treatment centres and clinics teaching buildings classrooms and offices of schools including private tuition classes and training schools universities colleges and institutes marts department stores and market sheds. But the Article 7 of that Chapter mentions the non-smoking areas with designated smoking places. Those include: buildings of offices and departments factories and workshops hotels motels guest houses lodging houses and restaurants. In 2011 the President''s office made the direction that the government offices'' buildings and compounds must be tobacco-free. WHO South-East Asia Region
Namibia Report not provided Report not provided Report not provided WHO African Region
Nauru Report not provided Answer not provided Report not provided WHO Western Pacific Region
Nepal Tobacco smoking is completely banned in indoor workplaces. Report not provided Tobacco smoking is completely banned in indoor workplaces. WHO South-East Asia Region
Netherlands A smoking room is allowed in all indoor places. A smoking room is allowed in all indoor places. 2004: ban of smoking at the workplace. Lockable smoking rooms are allowed in offices. WHO European Region
New Zealand The Smoke-free Environments Act 1990 requires all indoor workplaces to be smoke-free. There is a partial exemption for hospital care (mental health institutions) and for rest homes where residents may be permitted to smoke in a dedicated smoking room which must be mechanically ventilated and from which the escape of smoke is minimised (see section 6 of the Smoke-free Environments Act 1990). Prisons have been smoke-free since 2011. The Smoke-free Environments Act 1990 requires all indoor workplaces to be smoke-free. There is a partial exemption for hospital care (mental health institutions) and for rest homes where residents may be permitted to smoke in a dedicated smoking room which must be mechanically ventilated and from which the escape of smoke in minimised (see section 6 of the Smoke-free Environments Act 1990). Prisons have been smoke-free since 2011. The Smoke-free Environments Act 1990 requires all indoor workplaces to be smoke-free. There is a partial exemption for hospital care (mental health institutions) and for rest homes where residents may be permitted to smoke in a dedicated smoking room which must be mechanically ventilated and from which the escape of smoke is minimised (see section 6 of the Smoke-free Environments Act 1990) Prisons have been smoke-free since 2011 WHO Western Pacific Region
Nicaragua Answer not provided Answer not provided Report not provided WHO Region of the Americas
Niger Report not provided Dans les bureaux des services de santé linterdiction de fumer est complète. Report not provided WHO African Region
Nigeria Complete ban Complete ban Answer not provided WHO African Region
Niue Report not provided Report not provided Answer not provided WHO Western Pacific Region
Norway Smoking is forbidden in indoor workplaces, including meeting rooms and bars/restaurants. Designated smoking rooms are forbidden everywhere except in certain institutions and on oil/gas platforms offshore. Smoking may also be allowed in up to 50% of the rooms in hotels etc. Smoking is forbidden in indoor workplaces, including meeting rooms and bars/restaurants. Designated smoking rooms are forbidden everywhere except in certain institutions and on oil/gas platforms offshore. Ban on smoking in indoor workplaces regulated in the Tobacco Control Act Sections 25-27. As of 1 July 2014 designated smoking rooms will be forbidden everywhere except in certain institutions and on oil/gas platforms offshore. WHO European Region
Oman يحظرالقانون التدخين في جميع الاماكن العامة المغلقة الا ان هناك موضوعين وهما: 1- يسمح القانون بتحصيص اماكن معزولة للمدحنين ضمن الاماكن المقفلة الا انه لم يتقدم الكثير لهذا الطلب بتخصيص امكاكن للمدخنين ضمن الاماكن العامة المغلقة 2-مقاهي الشيشة لا يطبق بها القانون رغم ان القانون يشملها باعتبارها اماكن عامة مغلقة يحظرالقانون التدخين في جميع الاماكن العامة المغلقة الا ان هناك موضوعين وهما: 1- يسمح القانون بتحصيص اماكن معزولة للمدحنين ضمن الاماكن المقفلة الا انه لم يتقدم الكثير لهذا الطلب بتخصيص امكاكن للمدخنين ضمن الاماكن العامة المغلقة 2-مقاهي الشيشة لا يطبق بها القانون رغم ان القانون يشملها باعتبارها اماكن عامة مغلقة There is a ministerial decree banning smoking in all enclosed public places. WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Pakistan Under Section-5 of the “Prohibition of Smoking and Protection of Non-Smokers Health Ordinance, 2002”, use of tobacco products at any place of public work or use is prohibited. Under S.R.O 51 (KE)/2009), designated smoking areas have been declared illegal and all places of public work or use have been declared completely smoke-free. Tobacco Control Cell is coordinating with provincial and district governments to ensure enforcement of the law. Under Section-5 of the “Prohibition of Smoking and Protection of Non-Smokers Health Ordinance, 2002”, use of tobacco products at any place of public work or use is prohibited. Under S.R.O 51 (KE)/2009), designated smoking areas have been declared illegal and all places of public work or use have been declared completely smoke-free. Tobacco Control Cell is coordinating with provincial and district governments to ensure enforcement of the law. Pakistan has promulgated “Prohibition of Smoking and Protection of Non-Smoker''s Health Ordinance 2002”. Subsequently an SRO (KE 51-2009) has been issued declaring all places of public work or use listed in Section 3 of the Ordinance as completely Smoke Free. WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Palau Designated smoking areas are allowed in restaurants, clubs, bars, and hotels Designated smoking areas are allowed in restaurants, clubs, bars, and hotels Designated smoking areas are allowed in restaurants clubs bars and hotels WHO Western Pacific Region
Panama A los detalles anteriores se suman dos elementos establecidos en el reglamento. El primero establece un conjunto de definiciones requeridas para la implementación de la prohibición total de fumar que incluye: Artículo 5. Para los efectos del presente Decreto se establecen las siguientes definiciones: 1. Áreas comunes: son las áreas de terreno en que se encuentran construidos el o los edificios; los bienes necesarios para la existencia, seguridad, salubridad, conservación, apariencia y funcionamiento del edificio; que permitan a todos y a todas, el uso y goce de las instalaciones. 2. Producción: es una actividad bajo el control y responsabilidad de un establecimiento que utiliza mano de obra, capital y bienes y servicios, para producir otros bienes y servicios. 3. Ventilación Natural: es aquella que ocurre cuando se produce un flujo de aire del exterior hacia una estructura interior, que provoca una renovación natural del aire interior, sin la participación de medios mecánicos. La misma ocurre cuando se da una de las siguientes condiciones: a. Espacios a cielo abierto natural b. Espacios techados sin paredes con un diseño arquitectónico que permita el flujo del aire y su respectiva renovación por la parte superior, sin el uso de medios mecánicos de ventilación. c. Espacios que cuentan con un mínimo de 3 lados abiertos y techados a una altura que facilite la renovación natural del aire y garantice la circulación cruzada del mismo Artículo 6. Las oficinas públicas comprenden las entidades administrativas del gobierno central, de los gobiernos locales, de las instituciones autónomas y semi autónomas; misiones diplomáticas, consulados y/o embajadas del Estado Panameño. Las mismas pueden estar ubicadas en instalaciones alquiladas, arrendadas o que son propiedad del Estado Panameño, por lo que en todos sus espacios interiores está prohibido el consumo de tabaco y sus derivados. Cuando estas oficinas estén ubicadas en instalaciones que sean patrimonio del Estado panameño se incluyen como áreas de no fumar sus estacionamientos, jardines interiores y cualquier otro espacio abierto dentro del perímetro institucional. Y en segundo lugar el contenido del Artículo 11 que dice: Los gerentes y/o propietarios de los establecimientos que cuenten con espacios con ventilación natural, deberán garantizar la no contaminación de los ambientes laborales cerrados por humo de tabaco de segunda mano. Estos espacios no deben constituirse en el paso obligado de personas que busquen servicio o presten servicios en los ambientes laborales cerrados de dichos establecimientos o en cualquier otra área donde esté prohibido fumar. En este caso y en atención a lo dispuesto en el Artículo 12 de del Decreto Ejecutivo No. 230 de mayo de 2008, " Los propietarios, gerentes o administradores de los ambientes públicos y privados donde está prohibido fumar, en garantía de cumplir con el deber de asegurar que el público en general y sus empleados cumplan con las disposiciones del artículo 5 de la Ley 13 de 2008, por cuenta propia y en un término no mayor de 3 meses contados a partir de la promulgación de este Decreto, deberán: 1. Colocar letreros en lugares visibles con el siguiente mensaje: "PROHIBIDO FUMAR", Ley 13 de 24 de enero de 2008". Denuncias a la línea caliente del Ministerio de Salud. 2. El tamaño del letrero debe ser como mínimo 8 ½ por 14 pulgadas y estar colocado a una altura de 1.5 metros de altura del piso. Los letreros deben colocarse en todas las entradas, principales y secundarias del establecimiento; como en aquellas áreas específicas donde se establezca la prohibición de fumar. Se recomienda que dichos carteles incluyan el logo universal de no fumar. (Anexo A). 3. La advertencia "PROHIBIDO FUMAR" debe estar impresa utilizando colores contrastantes, letra arial de color negro, resaltado en negrita No. 90, en mayúscula cerrada. El fundamento legal deberá estar impreso en letra arial de color negro, resaltado en negrita No. 45, en mayúscula cerrada. El número de la línea telefónica asignada por el Ministerio de la Salud, deberá estar impreso en letra arial No. 30, resaltada en negritas y colores contrastantes. 4. Adoptar políticas y procedimientos que deberán seguir los empleados para impedir el uso del tabaco en los lugares en los que se encuentre prohibido fumar. En caso que un empleado fume, en violación de la ley, el gerente o encargado deberá tomar las medidas disciplinarias correspondientes. 5. Solicitar a toda persona que este fumando en lugares prohibidos que se abstenga de dicha acción por ser violatoria a la Ley 13 de 2008. Ante la negativa de esta solicitud, exigir al infractor que abandone las instalaciones y en caso necesario solicitar asistencia a la Policía Nacional para hacer cumplir la exigencia del desalojo. Parágrafo: Los propietarios y/o gerentes de los establecimientos indicarán a los invidentes la prohibición de no fumar anunciada en el establecimiento. El cumplimiento de esta normativa es vigilado por el cuerpo de Inspectores de Saneamiento Ambiental y del personal responsable de la protección alimentaria en el país, así como de la Sociedad Civil y la población en general. Las acciones de vigilancia se cumplen aplicando dos metodologías, las inspecciones rutinarias, programadas y operativos especiales, ambos en ambientes públicos o privados. A los detalles anteriores se suman dos elementos establecidos en el reglamento. El primero establece un conjunto de definiciones requeridas para la implementación de la prohibición total de fumar que incluye: Artículo 5. Para los efectos del presente Decreto se establecen las siguientes definiciones: 1. Áreas comunes: son las áreas de terreno en que se encuentran construidos el o los edificios; los bienes necesarios para la existencia, seguridad, salubridad, conservación, apariencia y funcionamiento del edificio; que permitan a todos y a todas, el uso y goce de las instalaciones. 2. Producción: es una actividad bajo el control y responsabilidad de un establecimiento que utiliza mano de obra, capital y bienes y servicios, para producir otros bienes y servicios. 3. Ventilación Natural: es aquella que ocurre cuando se produce un flujo de aire del exterior hacia una estructura interior, que provoca una renovación natural del aire interior, sin la participación de medios mecánicos. La misma ocurre cuando se da una de las siguientes condiciones: a. Espacios a cielo abierto natural b. Espacios techados sin paredes con un diseño arquitectónico que permita el flujo del aire y su respectiva renovación por la parte superior, sin el uso de medios mecánicos de ventilación. c. Espacios que cuentan con un mínimo de 3 lados abiertos y techados a una altura que facilite la renovación natural del aire y garantice la circulación cruzada del mismo Artículo 6. Las oficinas públicas comprenden las entidades administrativas del gobierno central, de los gobiernos locales, de las instituciones autónomas y semi autónomas; misiones diplomáticas, consulados y/o embajadas del Estado Panameño. Las mismas pueden estar ubicadas en instalaciones alquiladas, arrendadas o que son propiedad del Estado Panameño, por lo que en todos sus espacios interiores está prohibido el consumo de tabaco y sus derivados. Cuando estas oficinas estén ubicadas en instalaciones que sean patrimonio del Estado panameño se incluyen como áreas de no fumar sus estacionamientos, jardines interiores y cualquier otro espacio abierto dentro del perímetro institucional. Y en segundo lugar el contenido del Artículo 11 que dice: Los gerentes y/o propietarios de los establecimientos que cuenten con espacios con ventilación natural, deberán garantizar la no contaminación de los ambientes laborales cerrados por humo de tabaco de segunda mano. Estos espacios no deben constituirse en el paso obligado de personas que busquen servicio o presten servicios en los ambientes laborales cerrados de dichos establecimientos o en cualquier otra área donde esté prohibido fumar. En este caso y en atención a lo dispuesto en el Artículo 12 de del Decreto Ejecutivo No. 230 de mayo de 2008, " Los propietarios, gerentes o administradores de los ambientes públicos y privados donde está prohibido fumar, en garantía de cumplir con el deber de asegurar que el público en general y sus empleados cumplan con las disposiciones del artículo 5 de la Ley 13 de 2008, por cuenta propia y en un término no mayor de 3 meses contados a partir de la promulgación de este Decreto, deberán: 1. Colocar letreros en lugares visibles con el siguiente mensaje: "PROHIBIDO FUMAR", Ley 13 de 24 de enero de 2008". Denuncias a la línea caliente del Ministerio de Salud. 2. El tamaño del letrero debe ser como mínimo 8 ½ por 14 pulgadas y estar colocado a una altura de 1.5 metros de altura del piso. Los letreros deben colocarse en todas las entradas, principales y secundarias del establecimiento; como en aquellas áreas específicas donde se establezca la prohibición de fumar. Se recomienda que dichos carteles incluyan el logo universal de no fumar. (Anexo A). 3. La advertencia "PROHIBIDO FUMAR" debe estar impresa utilizando colores contrastantes, letra arial de color negro, resaltado en negrita No. 90, en mayúscula cerrada. El fundamento legal deberá estar impreso en letra arial de color negro, resaltado en negrita No. 45, en mayúscula cerrada. El número de la línea telefónica asignada por el Ministerio de la Salud, deberá estar impreso en letra arial No. 30, resaltada en negritas y colores contrastantes. 4. Adoptar políticas y procedimientos que deberán seguir los empleados para impedir el uso del tabaco en los lugares en los que se encuentre prohibido fumar. En caso que un empleado fume, en violación de la ley, el gerente o encargado deberá tomar las medidas disciplinarias correspondientes. 5. Solicitar a toda persona que este fumando en lugares prohibidos que se abstenga de dicha acción por ser violatoria a la Ley 13 de 2008. Ante la negativa de esta solicitud, exigir al infractor que abandone las instalaciones y en caso necesario solicitar asistencia a la Policía Nacional para hacer cumplir la exigencia del desalojo. Parágrafo: Los propietarios y/o gerentes de los establecimientos indicarán a los invidentes la prohibición de no fumar anunciada en el establecimiento. El cumplimiento de esta normativa es vigilado por el cuerpo de Inspectores de Saneamiento Ambiental y del personal responsable de la protección alimentaria en el país, así como de la Sociedad Civil y la población en general. Las acciones de vigilancia se cumplen aplicando dos metodologías, las inspecciones rutinarias, programadas y operativos especiales, ambos en ambientes públicos o privados. A los detalles anteriores se suman dos elementos establecidos en el reglamento. El primero establece un conjunto de definiciones requeridas para la implementación de la prohibición total de fumar que incluye: Artículo 5. Para los efectos del presente Decreto se establecen las siguientes definiciones: 1. Áreas comunes: son las áreas de terreno en que se encuentran construidos el o los edificios; los bienes necesarios para la existencia. seguridad. salubridad. conservación. apariencia y funcionamiento del edificio; que permitan a todos y a todas. el uso y goce de las instalaciones. 2. Producción: es una actividad bajo el control y responsabilidad de un establecimiento que utiliza mano de obra. capital y bienes y servicios. para producir otros bienes y servicios. 3. Ventilación Natural: es aquella que ocurre cuando se produce un flujo de aire del exterior hacia una estructura interior. que provoca una renovación natural del aire interior. sin la participación de medios mecánicos. La misma ocurre cuando se da una de las siguientes condiciones: a. Espacios a cielo abierto natural b. Espacios techados sin paredes con un diseño arquitectónico que permita el flujo del aire y su respectiva renovación por la parte superior. sin el uso de medios mecánicos de ventilación. c. Espacios que cuentan con un mínimo de 3 lados abiertos y techados a una altura que facilite la renovación natural del aire y garantice la circulación cruzada del mismo Artículo 6. Las oficinas públicas comprenden las entidades administrativas del gobierno central. de los gobiernos locales. de las instituciones autónomas y semi autónomas; misiones diplomáticas. consulados y/o embajadas del Estado Panameño. Las mismas pueden estar ubicadas en instalaciones alquiladas. arrendadas o que son propiedad del Estado Panameño. por lo que en todos sus espacios interiores está prohibido el consumo de tabaco y sus derivados. Cuando estas oficinas estén ubicadas en instalaciones que sean patrimonio del Estado panameño se incluyen como áreas de no fumar sus estacionamientos. jardines interiores y cualquier otro espacio abierto dentro del perímetro institucional. Y en segundo lugar el contenido del Artículo 11 que dice: Los gerentes y/o propietarios de los establecimientos que cuenten con espacios con ventilación natural. deberán garantizar la no contaminación de los ambientes laborales cerrados por humo de tabaco de segunda mano. Estos espacios no deben constituirse en el paso obligado de personas que busquen servicio o presten servicios en los ambientes laborales cerrados de dichos establecimientos o en cualquier otra área donde esté prohibido fumar. WHO Region of the Americas
Papua New Guinea Individual organisations and organisors take charge of implementing smoke free indoors Individual organisations and organisors take charge of implementing smoke free indoors Complete Ban WHO Western Pacific Region
Paraguay La Ley Nº 5538/15, en su Capitulo III Articulo 9, prohíbe el consumo de tabaco en espacios interiores. La Ley Nº 5538/15, en su Capitulo III Articulo 9, prohíbe el consumo de tabaco en espacios interiores. Las 70 Ordenanzas Municipales prohíben fumar en todo lugar cerrado de acceso público. medios de transporte y lugares de trabajo interiores. WHO Region of the Americas
Peru Ley que modifica la Ley Nº 28705, Ley General para la prevención y control de los riesgos del consumo del tabaco, para adecuarse al convenio marco de la organización mundial de la salud (OMS) para el control del tabaco. “Artículo 3º.- De la protección contra la exposición al humo del tabaco 3.1. Prohíbase fumar en los establecimientos dedicados a la salud o a la educación, en las dependencias públicas, en los interiores de los lugares de trabajo, en los espacios públicos cerrados y en cualquier medio de transporte público, los que son ambientes ciento por ciento libres de humo de tabaco. Con relación al artículo 5 del Reglamento de la Ley, el Ministerio cumple los artículos 12 y 48 del mismos, en donde se otorgan facultades de inspección y sancionadora; para ello se viene realizando inspecciones de ambientes libres de humo de tabaco, verificando la inexistencia de personas con cigarrillos encendidos o fumando dentro del perímetro del local comercial. Según Decreto Supremo N° 001-2011-SA. en su artículo 5 y sus numerales 5.1 y 5.2 su alcance es completo. - A través de la Resolución Ministerial Nº 1001-2004-RE. se declararon a las instalaciones del Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores. Embajadas. Representaciones Permanentes ante Organismos Internacionales. Oficinas Consulares y Descentralizadas como “Zonas Libres de Tabaco”. - A través de la Resolución MINISTERIAL Nº 415-2012-MINSA se aprobó la Norma Técnica de Salud para Inspecciones de ambientes 100% libres de humo de tabaco. - Se dispone de la Resolución Ministerial N° 0769-2003-ED. donde se declara a la Sede Central del Ministerio de Educación. las oficinas de las Direcciones Regionales de Educación. Unidades de Gestión Educativa y Unidades de Servicios Educativos. las aulas y demás instalaciones de los Centros y Programas Educativos de todos los niveles y modalidades; ambientes LIBRES DE HUMO DE TABACO WHO Region of the Americas
Philippines For private indoor workplaces, partial ban to tobacco smoking is enforced. The enforcement of a no smoking policy is highly depended on the individual policies or health programs enforced by each company. For private indoor workplaces, partial ban to tobacco smoking is enforced. The enforcement of a no smoking policy is highly depended on the individual policies or health programs enforced by each company. Send email to MMDA for explanation WHO Western Pacific Region
Poland The owner or manager of a catering and entertainment facility with at least two rooms used for consumption, may exclude from the prohibition a closed room for consumption, equipped with ventilation guaranteeing that tobacco smoke, substances released with the use of novel tobacco products or vapour from electronic cigarettes do not penetrate other rooms It is possible to create smoking room Answer not provided WHO European Region
Portugal Complete ban in indoor workplaces.However, the smoking areas created under the tobacco law 37/2007), can be maintained until 31 december 2020. Complete ban in indoor workplaces. complete ban but a smoking room (with ventilation) can be allowed WHO European Region
Qatar LAW NO. 10 OF 2016 ON THE CONTROL OF TOBACCO AND ITS DERIVATIVES defines Public place: a place prepared or designated for receiving the public or any special category of people for any purpose. and closed public place: any public place that has fixed or movable space, walls and a partial or complete ceiling. It states: Article 12: Smoking shall be prohibited in the closed public places set forth by a decision of the Minister. it covers all the 8 places defined by WHO including workplaces, government bodies, public corporations and organization according to article 10 in the tobacco law no20 smoking is prohibited in workplaces, government bodies, public corporations and organization Fines of not less than two hundred riyals and not more than five hundred riyals are to be applied for smoking cigarettes or tobacco or its derivatives in places where smoking is forbidden. or in case of allowing smoking in places where smoking is banned. WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Republic of Korea The whole of the following facilities are designated as non-smoking area. -Government offices, public institutions, schools, health-care facilities, child nursing facilities, private teaching institutes, and office buildings, factories and complex buildings with a total floor area of at least 1,000 square meters. The whole of the following facilities are designated as non-smoking area. -Government offices, public institutions, schools, health-care facilities, child nursing facilities, private teaching institutes, and office buildings, factories and complex buildings with a total floor area of at least 1,000 square meters. The whole of the following facilities will be designated as non-smoking area. Government offices public institutions schools health-care facilities child nursing facilities private institutes office buildings factories and multipurpose buildings which are with a floor area of 1 000? and more. WHO Western Pacific Region
Republic of Moldova developed a Guide for managers with recommendation how to apply law provisions developed a Guide for managers with recommendation how to apply law provisions The National tobacco control program for the years 2012-2016 approved by Government Decision No. 100 of 16 February 2012 is set up in 2016 providing up to 100% smoke-free environments in workplaces and exclusion to 100% exposure tobacco smoke at work of employees. WHO European Region
Romania Report not provided Report not provided Smoking is allowed only in separated rooms dedicated exclusively to smoking. WHO European Region
Russian Federation Report not provided Пунктом 9 части 1 Федерального закона № 15-ФЗ введен запрет на курение на рабочих местах и в рабочих зонах. Согласно статье 209 Трудового кодекса Российской Федерации «рабочее место − место, где работник должен находиться или куда ему необходимо прибыть в связи с его работой и которое прямо или косвенно находится под контролем работодателя». Согласно ГОСТ 12.1.005-88 «Межгосударственный стандарт. Система стандартов безопасности труда. Общие санитарно-гигиенические требования к воздуху рабочей зоны» (утв. и введен в действие постановлением Госстандарта СССР от 29.09.1988 n 3388) (ред. от 20.06.2000): «рабочая зона − пространство, ограниченное по высоте 2 м над уровнем пола или площадки, на которых находятся места постоянного или непостоянного (временного) пребывания работающих». Опираясь на данные определения, необходимо сказать, что рабочие места и рабочие зоны являются местами, используемыми людьми во время и в процессе их трудовой деятельности (в том числе коридоры, лифты, лестницы, туалеты и другие подобные помещения), что в полной мере соответствует рекомендациям, изложенным в Руководящих принципах осуществления статьи 8 РКБТ (Руководящие принципы ВОЗ по защите от воздействия табачного дыма). Таким образом, организация изолированных помещений для курения табака в указанных местах является нарушением Федерального закона № 15-ФЗ. Answer not provided WHO European Region
Rwanda The 2013 Rwanda tobacco control law is under implementation Report not provided Report not provided WHO African Region
Saint Kitts and Nevis Report not provided Answer not provided Report not provided WHO Region of the Americas
Saint Lucia International civil aviation and port laws apply in Saint Lucia regarding no smoking on planes and other such forms of commercial transport. There is no smoking on ambulances in compliance with the Cabinet Conclusions. (No trains nor ferries in Saint Lucia.) Schools comply with the Education Act which bans smoking in schools. Answer not provided Report not provided WHO Region of the Americas
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Report not provided Report not provided Report not provided WHO Region of the Americas
Samoa Complete ban, signs to be displayed. Complete ban, signs to be displayed. Report not provided WHO Western Pacific Region
San Marino Answer not provided Answer not provided Smoking is banned in workplaces but since there are some bars or restaurants with smoking areas some workers could work in non smoke-free areas . WHO European Region
Sao Tome and Principe Como se mencionó anteriormente Artículo 4 Prohibición de fumar en determinados lugares 1-No se permite fumar: a) en las unidades en que se preste atención de salud, en particular hospitales, clínicas, centros y casas de salud, consultorios médicos, incluidas las respectivas salas de espera, ambulancias, puestos de socorro y otros similares y farmacias; b) en los centros de enseñanza, incluidas las aulas, el estudio, la lectura o las reuniones, las bibliotecas, los gimnasios y los comedores; c) en los locales destinados a menores de 16 años, en particular establecimientos de asistencia infantil, centros de ocupación de tiempo libre y demás unidades congéneres; d) en los recintos de espectáculos y otros recintos cerrados congéneres; e) en los recintos deportivos cerrados, f) En los locales de atención pública, en los ascensores, en los museos y bibliotecas; g) en los autobuses, taxis u otros vehículos dedicados al servicio público, en todos sus accesos y establecimientos o instalaciones contiguas. 2- En los lugares mencionados podrá ser permitido el uso del tabaco en áreas expresamente destinadas a los fumadores, que no deberán incluir zonas a las que tengan acceso frecuente personas enfermas, menores de 16 años, mujeres embarazadas o que amamantan y deportistas. 3- Se permite establecer la prohibición de fumar: a) en los restaurantes, en los Bares que, por determinación de la gestión, estén reservados a los no fumadores, señalizados de conformidad con el artículo 6; b) en los lugares de trabajo, en la medida en que la exigencia de defensa de los no fumadores haga viable la prohibición de fumar, en particular, por la existencia de espacios alternativos disponibles. Report not provided There is a draft law being discussed in the National Assembly in which alludes to ban smoking in enclosures work WHO African Region
Saudi Arabia يمنع بقرارت وزارية سابقه يمنع بقرارت وزارية سابقه Answer not provided WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Senegal Il y a une interdiction formelle dans les lieux publics ou ouvert au public( voir article 18 de la loi 2014-14 du 28 mars 2018) Answer not provided L’indiction est complète et totale WHO African Region
Serbia Smoking is banned in all enclosed public and workplaces. However, employers may provide designated smoking rooms at the premises where the employer’s business is not conducted that are enclosed, with separated ventilation, under very strict rules. Exception for introduction of designated smoking areas are premises where the following activities are performed: in government and local authority administration, health care, education (all levels), child care, social care, culture, sport, recreation, production, control and sale of drugs, production, storage and sale of food, communal catering, media and areas designated for recording and public broadcasting, conferences and public meetings. These requirements apply for private and public/state owned work and public places. There are exemptions for the special institutions such as institutions of social care for immobile patients, psychiatric departments and hospitals, departments for palliative care, and prisons. These institutions should have designated smoking rooms with strict requirements. Total smoking ban applies for employees of these institutions. Another exemption is hospitality sector which is public place for customers but workplace for the staff. The exemption is as follows for restaurants/cafes/bars/pubs: - smoking can be completely banned regardless of the size of the premises; - if the size of the hospitality premises is less than 80 m2 the owner can choose to be completely smoke-free or smoking can be allowed; - if the size is over 80 m2 non-smoking area should occupy at least 50% of the area; - regardless of the size, all hospitality premises can have separate designated smoking rooms that need to fulfill strict standards. Smoking is banned in all enclosed public and work places. However, employers may provide designated smoking rooms at the premises where the employer’s business is not conducted that are enclosed, with separated ventilation, under very strict rules. Exception for introduction of designated smoking areas are premises where the following activities are performed: in government and local authority administration, health care, education (all levels), child care, social care, culture, sport, recreation, production, control and sale of drugs, production, storage and sale of food, communal catering, media and areas designated for recording and public broadcasting, conferences and public meetings. These requirements apply for private and public/state owned work and public places. There are exemptions for the special institutions such as institutions of social care for immobile patients, psychiatric departments and hospitals, departments for palliative care, and prisons. These institutions should have designated smoking rooms with strict requirements. Total smoking ban applies for employees of these institutions. Another exemption is hospitality sector which is public place for customers but working places for the staff. The exemption is as follows for restaurants/cafes/bars/pubs: - smoking can be completely banned regardless of the size of the premises; - if the size of the hospitality premises is less than 80 m2 the owner can choose to be completely smoke-free or smoking can be allowed; - if the size is over 80 m2 non-smoking area should occupy at least 50% of the area; - regardless of the size, all hospitality premises can have separate designated smoking rooms that need to fulfill strict standards. Smoking is banned in all enclosed public and work places. However employers may provide designated smoking places at the premises where the employer''s business is not conducted that are closed with separated ventilation under very strict rules. Exception for introduction of designated smoking areas are premises where the following activities are performed: in government and local authority administration health care education (all levels) child care social care culture sport recreation production control and sale of drugs production storage and sale of food communal catering media and areas designated for recording and public broadcasting conferences and public meetings. These requirements apply for private and public/state owned work and public places. WHO European Region
Seychelles Following the National Tobacco Control Act 2009, total ban in enclosed work place came in to force and well implemented in Seychelles Following the National Tobacco Control Act 2009, total ban in enclosed work place came in to force and well implemented in Seychelles Following the National Tobacco Control Act 2009 total ban in enclosed work place came in to force and well implemented in Seychelles WHO African Region
Sierra Leone Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO African Region
Singapore Places where smoking is prohibited under the Smoking (Prohibition in Certain Places) Act is given in the website: http://www.nea.gov.sg/public-health/smoking. Places where smoking is prohibited under the Smoking (Prohibition in Certain Places) Act is given in the website: http://www.nea.gov.sg/public-health/smoking/faq-on-smoking-ban-in-public-places Places where smoking is prohibited under the Smoking (Prohibition in Certain Places) Act is given in the website: http://app2.nea.gov.sg/public-health/smoking/faq-on-smoking-ban-in-public-places. WHO Western Pacific Region
Slovakia Pubs and bars have not designated any non smokers area. In restaurant there must be designated the area for non-smokers. Pubs and bars have not designated any non smokers area. In restaurant there must be designated the area for non-smokers. We have approved total ban of smoking in public places with exception bars nightclubs and restaurants WHO European Region
Slovenia See: Restriction on the Use of Tobacco and Related Products Act (Official Gazette of RS, Nos. 9/17 and 29/17) and Rules on the Requirements to be met by the smoking room (Official Gazette of RS, no. 52/17) in slovene available on: http://www.pisrs.si/Pis.web/pregledPredpisa?id=ZAKO6717 It shall be prohibited to smoke or use tobacco, tobacco products and related products (Related products are: electronic cigarettes with and without nicotine, herbal products for smoking and novel tobacco products), apart from chewing tobacco and nasal tobacco, in any enclosed public places or work places, as well as in all vehicles (also private cars) in the presence of persons younger than 18. Furthermore, smoking or using tobacco, tobacco products and related products, apart from chewing tobacco and nasal tobacco, shall be prohibited in spaces that are not considered enclosed spaces under this Act if they form part of associated appertaining land of premises where child-care or educational services are performed. Smoking or the use of tobacco, tobacco products and related products shall be allowed: - in areas specially designated for smokers in accommodation facilities and other providers of overnight stays, - in senior citizens’ homes and prisons in areas not intended for common use, if only smokers reside there, - in areas specially designated for smokers in psychiatric hospitals and in areas specially designated for smokers at other treatment providers for mental patients, - in designated smoking rooms. Designated smoking rooms shall not be allowed in areas where health care, child care or education are provided. Owners, tenants or managers of spaces where smoking is prohibited shall be responsible for upholding the prohibition on smoking and the use of tobacco, tobacco products and related products. Designated smoking rooms must meet the following conditions: - the space must be regulated so that air contaminated with tobacco smoke cannot flow freely from it into other spaces; - the space may not be designed for passage into other areas, and may not exceed more than 20% of the total surface area of a public space and/or work premises; - the space must be designed exclusively for smoking, with the service of food and beverages not allowed in the space; - food and beverages may not be brought into the space. Work place shall be any space, including business vehicles, under the control of an employer in which works or services are provided for the employer for payment or otherwise. Work premises include not only areas in which work is done, but also all related spaces used by workers during work, including e.g. hallways, elevators, stairwells, foyers, common areas, cafés, toilets, salons, canteens and extensions such as sheds and shacks. Enclosed space shall be a space covered by a roof, with more than a half of the surface of associated walls or sides being enclosed, regardless of the material used for the roof, walls and sides, and regardless of whether the building is permanent or temporary. Windows and doors shall be regarded as a part of the enclosed surface. If the roof surface is greater than half the surface of the space delimited by associated walls, and more than half of the surface of these walls is completely enclosed, the space is regarded as enclosed public space. A wall or side of a building shall be any part of a space or any surface that borders the space at its sides, regardless of the type of material used and regardless of whether this surface is permanent or temporary. Associated walls of a space shall be all walls that are located under the roof, regardless of whether they touch the roof directly or not. If the walls are located at a distance from the roof (to the left, right, front, back), the closest wall shall be regarded as the associated wall. The roof or ceiling shall be any part of a space or any surface that borders or encloses a space at the top, regardless of the type of material used and regardless of whether this surface is permanent or temporary. On 5 August 2007 the Act Amending the Restriction of the Use of Tobacco Products Act entered into force in Slovenia, prohibiting smoking in all enclosed workplaces. Workplace pursuant to this act means any closed area under the control of an employer where work and services are performed for the employer. The principal goal of the act is total protection of the employees in all occupational groups against the exposure to harmful effects of the tobacco smoke at the workplace. The Act allows smoking only in separate smoking rooms of the accommodation facilities and other facilities that provide overnight stays, in the residential rooms of the old peoples homes and in prisons, in separate smoking rooms of the psychiatric hospitals and in the rooms designed specially for smoking- the so called smoking rooms. It is not allowed to bring or serve food and drinks inside smoking rooms and they can comprise no more than 20% of the total area of the public or workplace. Smoking rooms are not allowed in places to which total ban of smoking has applied so far, i.e. healthcare and educational institutions. Smoking rooms must meet the following conditions: - the space must be regulated so that air contaminated with tobacco smoke cannot flow freely from it into other spaces, - the space may not be designed for passage into other areas, and may not exceed more than 20% of the total surface area of the public space and/or work premises, - the space must be designed exclusively for smoking, with service not allowed in the space, - food and beverages may not be consumed in the space. We have implemented very strict Rules on the conditions which must be fulfilled by smoking rooms: Rules on the conditions to be met by the smoking room (Official Gazette of RS, Nos. 80/07 and 90/10 ) On 5 August 2007 the Act Amending the Restriction of the Use of Tobacco Products Act entered into force in Slovenia prohibiting smoking in all enclosed workplaces. Workplace pursuant to this act means any closed area under the control of an employer where work and services are performed for the employer. The principal goal of the act is total protection of the employees in all occupational groups against the exposure to harmful effects of the tobacco smoke at the workplace. The Act allows smoking only in separate smoking rooms of the accommodation facilities and other facilities that provide overnight stays in the residential rooms of the old people''s homes and in prisons in separate smoking rooms of the psychiatric hospitals and in the rooms designed specially for smoking- the so called smoking rooms. It is not allowed to bring or serve food and drinks inside smoking rooms and they can comprise no more than 20% of the total area of the public or workplace. Smoking rooms are not allowed in places to which total ban of smoking has applied so far i.e. healthcare and educational institutions. Smoking rooms must meet the following conditions: - the space must be regulated so that air contaminated with tobacco smoke cannot flow freely from it into other spaces - the space may not be designed for passage into other areas and may not exceed more than 20% of the total surface area of the public space and/or work premises - the space must be designed exclusively for smoking with service not allowed in the space - food and beverages may not be consumed in the space. We have very strict Rules on the conditions which must be fulfilled by smoking rooms. WHO European Region
Solomon Islands Complete indoor ban with designated area provisions Report not provided Complete indoor ban with designated area provisions WHO Western Pacific Region
South Africa Legislation calls for designated smoking areas, but workplaces may opt for a total ban. Legislation calls for designated smoking areas, but workplaces may opt for a total ban. Legislation calls for designated smoking areas but workplaces may opt for a total ban. WHO African Region
Spain La Ley 28/2005 prohíbe fumar en centros de trabajo públicos y privados, salvo en los espacios al aire libre. La Ley 28/2005 prohíbe fumar en centros de trabajo públicos y privados, salvo en los espacios al aire libre. La Ley 42/2010 prohíbe fumar en centros de trabajo públicos y privados. salvo en los espacios al aire libre. WHO European Region
Sri Lanka Prohibited in all enclosed public places, Prohibited in all enclosed public places, Report not provided WHO South-East Asia Region
Sudan يمنع منعا باتا التدخين بوزارات الصحة والمؤسسات التعليمية ولكن لا يمنع التمباك Report not provided Report not provided WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Suriname Tobacco Law SB no 39 2013 Tobacco Law SB no 39 2013 Suriname is implementing the comprehensive Tobacco Legislation State Gazette 2013 no 39 WHO Region of the Americas
Swaziland Report not provided This has been enforced legally in all indoor places. Report not provided WHO African Region
Sweden Employers are responsible to assure that employees do not become exposed to tobacco smoke in the workplace (or at a similar place where the employee is active) against his or her will. Employers are responsible to assure that employees do not become exposed to tobacco smoke in the workplace (or at a similar place where the employee is active) against his or her will. All indoor public places are smoke-free including restaurants and bars. Designated smoking rooms are however permitted. but only if they are situated so that nobody has to pass through them in order to reach other parts of the premises. No serving is allowed in the smoking rooms. Smoking rooms must have adequate ventilation to ensure that pollutants from the smoking do not spread to other parts of the premises. Some areas do not have legal support to be qualified as non-smoking areas. but due to successful policies these areas are perceived as non-smoking areas. There is a notion that the law is ''complete''. when it is more accurate to say that it has contributed to a national standard stating that certain areas should be smoke-free Employers are responsible to assure that employees do not become exposed to tobacco smoke in the workplace (or at a similar place where the employee is active) against his or her will. WHO European Region
Syrian Arab Republic تدابير جزئية : سمح بود حيز للمدخنين في المباني الحكومية وأماكن العمل الخاصة تدابير جزئية : سمح بود حيز للمدخنين في المباني الحكومية وأماكن العمل الخاصة Report not provided WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Tajikistan Report not provided Report not provided Answer not provided WHO European Region
Thailand The Notification of Ministrial of Public Health No.19 B.E.2553 (A.D.2010) states that all public building and indoor workplace shall be designated as non-smoking areas. The Notification of Ministrial of Public Health No.19 B.E.2553 (A.D.2010) states that all public building and indoor workplace shall be designated as non-smoking areas. The Notification of Ministrial of Public Health No.19 B.E.2553 (A.D.2010) states that all public building and indoor workplace shall be designated as non-smoking areas.   WHO South-East Asia Region
The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Answer not provided Answer not provided Measures are concerning in the direction of controls by the inspection for consistent implementation of the legal provisions. WHO European Region
Timor-Leste There is a circulated on banning tobacco smoking in workplace specifically at government building, public transport and public places. Report not provided Report not provided WHO South-East Asia Region
Togo TOTALE TOTALE Total WHO African Region
Tonga Complete ban as stated in the Tobacco Control (Amendment) Act 2014 (TCA) Complete ban as stated in the Tobacco Control (Amendment) Act 2014 (TCA) Public awareness programs on Tobacco Act through multimedia (air and TV) plus ''no smoking sign'' billboards and other IEC materials distributed WHO Western Pacific Region
Trinidad and Tobago Complete ban on smoking in indoor workplaces. Complete ban on smoking in indoor workplaces. Answer not provided WHO Region of the Americas
Tunisia Les espaces communs seulement (couloirs, bureaux communs, salle de réunion) Les espaces communs seulement (couloirs, bureaux communs, salle de réunion) Les espaces communs seulement (couloirs. bureaux communs. salle de réunion). WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Turkey Smokefree Law covers all indoor places including workplaces. Smokefree Law covers all indoor places including workplaces. Smokefree Law bans smoking in all indoor areas including workplaces public places and hospitality venues as well as in public transport. WHO European Region
Turkmenistan Answer not provided Статья 24 Закона о борьбе с табаком Law of Turkmenistan ''On health protection from exposure to tobacco smoke and the effects of tobacco consumption'' from December 18 2013 and a presidential decree banning smoking number PP - 30/13 dated January 12 2002. WHO European Region
Tuvalu Report not provided Report not provided Answer not provided WHO Western Pacific Region
Uganda Report not provided All government and most private workplaces are smoke free areas with clear signage pinned on the walls All government and most private workplaces are smoke free areas with clear signage pinned on the walls WHO African Region
Ukraine Private workplaces can have designated smoking places, but such places should cover less than 10% of total area Private workplaces can have designated smoking places, but such places should cover less than 10% of total area Private workplaces can have designated smoking places but such places should cover less than 10% of total area WHO European Region
United Arab Emirates Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Legislation is in place throughout the United Kingdom prohibiting smoking in enclosed parts of workplaces and public places. Throughout the UK, virtually all enclosed public places and workplaces must be smoke-free, including all pubs, members clubs, cafes and restaurants, as of 1 July 2007. In England, the relevant legislation is within the Health Act 2006, the Smoke-free (Premises and Enforcement) Regulations (set out what is meant by enclosed and substantially enclosed and bodies responsible for enforcing smoke-free), the Smoke-free (Penalties and Discounted Amounts) Regulations (set out the levels of penalties for offences under smoke-free legislation, and the Smoke-free (Signs) Regulations (set out the requirements for no-smoking signs required under smoke-free legislation). Legislation is in place throughout the United Kingdom prohibiting smoking in enclosed parts of workplaces and public places. Throughout the UK, virtually all enclosed public places and workplaces must be smoke-free, including all pubs, members clubs, cafes and restaurants, as of 1 July 2007. In England, the relevant legislation is within the Health Act 2006, the Smoke-free (Premises and Enforcement) Regulations (set out what is meant by enclosed and substantially enclosed and bodies responsible for enforcing smoke-free), the Smoke-free (Penalties and Discounted Amounts) Regulations (set out the levels of penalties for offences under smoke-free legislation, and the Smoke-free (Signs) Regulations (set out the requirements for no-smoking signs required under smoke-free legislation). Legislation is in place throughout the United Kingdom prohibiting smoking in enclosed parts of workplaces and public places. Throughout the United Kingdom virtually all enclosed public places and workplaces must be smoke-free including all pubs members clubs cafes and restaurants as of 1 July 2007. In England the relevant legislation is within the Health Act 2006 the Smoke-free (Premises and Enforcement) Regulations (set out what is meant by enclosed and substantially enclosed and bodies responsible for enforcing smoke-free) the Smoke-free (Penalties and Discounted Amounts) Regulations (set out the levels of penalties for offences under smoke-free legislation and the Smoke-free (Signs) Regulations (set out the requirements for no-smoking signs required under smoke-free legislation). WHO European Region
United Republic of Tanzania Answer not provided Answer not provided It is only administrative orders WHO African Region
Uruguay Se prohibe fumar sin excepciones. Se prohibe fumar sin excepciones. Se prohíbe fumar o mantener productos de tabaco encendidos en todo lugar cerrado que sea un lugar de trabajo. WHO Region of the Americas
Uzbekistan Report not provided Для полного осуществления запрета табакокурения на рабочих местах при участии заинтересованных министерств и ведомств разрабатывается проект приказа Министерством здравоохранения, предусматривающее утверждение положения об изготовлении и размещении предупреждающих знаков, запрещающие употребление табачной продукции и информирующих знаков о расположении специально отведенных мест для употребление табачной продукции. According to the ''State program'' Year of a healthy child '' . approved by the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan is developing a draft law on amendments and supplements to the Code of the Republic of Uzbekistan on administrative responsibility . providing for the establishment of penalties for smoking at indoor workplaces. WHO European Region
Vanuatu Report not provided The Tobacco Act still allows for designated smoking areas. It is covered under article 8 (2) of Tobacco Control Act 19. WHO Western Pacific Region
Venezuela Report not provided Report not provided Answer not provided WHO Region of the Americas
Viet Nam Answer not provided Answer not provided Smoking is banned in all indoor workplaces WHO Western Pacific Region
Yemen يوجد حظر نسبي يختلف تنفيذه من مؤسسة الى أخرى ويعتمد ذلك حسب قناعة المسئول عن الجهة بتنفيذ ذلك أم لا يوجد حظر نسبي يختلف تنفيذه من مؤسسة الى أخرى ويعتمد ذلك حسب قناعة المسئول عن الجهة بتنفيذ ذلك أم لا Government and private institutions to fully implement the ban but still many institutions implemented partially. WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Zambia 1. Public Health Tobacco Regulations SI No. 163 of 1992, Section 5 (1) Prohibits smoking in some places as specified in first schedule (regulation 5) as follows: a.Hospital b.Health Centre c.Nursing Home d.Kindergarten e.Cinema Hall f.Theatre g.Elevator (lift) h.Public Transport i.Schools for adolescents up to 21 years of age 2. 1. Public Health Tobacco Regulations SI No. 163 of 1992, Section 5 (1) Prohibits smoking in some places as specified in first schedule (regulation 5) as follows: a.Hospital b.Health Centre c.Nursing Home d.Kindergarten e.Cinema Hall f.Theatre g.Elevator (lift) h.Public Transport i.Schools for adolescents up to 21 years of age 2. Report not provided WHO African Region
Zimbabwe See attached SI 264 OF 2002, Public Health ( Tobacco Control ) Regulations of 2002 See attached SI 264 OF 2002 Report not provided WHO African Region
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