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No Smoking Stickers Legislation and Information

by Eliott Mullins on November 27, 2014

On the 1st of July 2007, smoking was made illegal in all indoor public buildings and workplaces In England. As a result of the Health Act 2006 similar bans were put in to place in Northern Ireland on 30 April 2007, Wales on 2 April 2007 and Scotland on 26 March 2006. By enforcing the new no smoking law guarantees a smoke free atmosphere in buildings or work premises. One of the main advantages will be the eradication of passive smoking which will boost health credentials for millions of people around the UK. To enforce work employees & the public to avoid smoking indoors, no smoking stickers can be used to remind them it is against the Law!

Please see our category of no smoking stickers which conform to UK legislation below:


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