Smoke-free workplacesIt has long been known that tobacco and smoking are hazardous to health, causing 30% of all cancer deaths and 85% of lung cancers. In addition to serious health consequences for employees, tobacco use has other negative consequences in the workplace, including exposing other workers to second-hand smoke. Quitting smoking not only protects the health of your employees, it increases employee productivity, reduces absenteeism, and decreases insurance claims. For employees that are ready to quit or reduce their tobacco use (mostly smoking), it can be the number one most impactful health change that they can make. Support your employees in their attempts to go smoke-free and build a healthier work environment for all staff!
Do you want to provide information on becoming smoke-free to employees? The Educate module will supply you with information to share with employees through newsletters, posters, or other internal communications. Topics include fact sheets and tips on dealing with cravings, health benefits of quitting, how to help a co-worker and more.
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