Success in South Carolina : investment of cigarette tax funds in smoking prevention and cessation
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South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control
SubjectSmoking--South Carolina--Prevention; Cigarettes--Taxation--South Carolina; Nicotine addiction--South Carolina--Statistics
Smoking costs South Carolina more than $2 billion annually, as well as more than $1 billion in lost workplace productivity. A tobacco-free agency ensures that everyone who works, visits and does business with that agency is able to breathe clean, smoke-free air. On June 1, 2015, DJJ will become the first cabinet agency to launch a tobacco free campus policy. DHEC is committed to helping cabinet agencies implement a clean, tobacco-free environment, and will provide the following free resources: A model 100% tobacco-free worksite policy : Tools and resources to help communicate policies to employees, customers, vendors and clients : Consultative services with tobacco program experts to assist with adoption and enforcement : Permanent tobacco-free outdoor signage.
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|Publisher||South Carolina State Library|
|Digital Collection||South Carolina State Documents Depository|
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