Time to put an end to passive smoking

Lewis, Mark
September 2004
Caterer & Hotelkeeper;9/9/2004, Vol. 193 Issue 4340, p5
Trade Publication
Focuses on a campaign designed to end passive smoking in work environments in the hospitality industry in Great Britain. Effects of passive smoking on the health of hospitality workers; Launch of Stub out Smoking campaign; Benefits of the smoking ban to business operators.


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