CTFU’s worksite committee promotes and recognizes smoke-free worksites, outdoor events, multi-unit housing, and communities.
- Save you money by decreasing health and insurance costs.
- Reduce your liability.
- Protect the health of your employees.
- Reduce absenteeism.
- Increase employee productivity and morale.
For more information about how to establish a smoke-free policy in your business,
CTFU Tobacco-Free Worksite Award Recipients »
Visit http://www.tobaccofreeutah.org/pdfs/shsworksitekit.pdf or contact the American Lung Association in Utah at 801.931.6994
Smoke-Free Multiple Unit Housing (MUH):
- Gives you an advantage in a market that has increasing demand for smoke-free housing.
- Reduces cleaning and maintenance costs.
- Reduces fire risk.
- Helps avoid legal liability.
- Protects the health of residents.
For more information about how to establish a smoke-free policy in your housing community,
Smoke-free Outdoor Venues:
- Help change community norms.
- Decrease litter from cigarette butts and smokeless tobacco trash.
- Break the connection between tobacco and sports.
- Protect adults and children from involuntary SHS exposure when out in the community.
Smoke-Free Worksite Testimonial:
“In an effort to stop the work place tobacco problem we had 3 years ago, we contacted the American Lung Association. They helped us write a no tobacco policy, custom fit for our company, provided us with training, education, and mentored us through the process of stopping tobacco use during our working hours.
I can’t say enough about the kind consistent manner in which the American Lung Association patiently taught our employees who suffered from tobacco addiction to quit. Education was the key. To all business owners or managers, count the number of cigarettes smoked in your company a day. Calculate the time wasted smoking a single cigarette, the cost adds up quickly. This is a recession no- brainer to help the bottom line. Employees feel better, productivity goes up, along with customer satisfaction. It’s a win for the employee, the company, and the customer.”
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- Troy Neerings, Owner
Neerings Plumbing and Heating Inc.