Get to Know the Georgia Smokefree Air Act

Secondhand smoke is harmful to one’s health; especially to the young, the elderly, and immunocompromised individuals.  Most food service establishments do well overall in their compliance with the Georgia Smokefree Air Act of 2005; however, questions will occasionally come up, such as, “How close to the entrance should customers be allowed to smoke?” and “What if I have a private party room and want to allow smoking?”  The answers to these and other commonly asked questions–along with great reminders–can be found in the Georgia Smokefree Air of 2005 Guide for Business Owners and Employees and at the following website:

http://dph.georgia.gov/smoke-free-enforcement

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