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Question 426 March 2006


Smoking in company cars - Scottish ban in public places (Usefulness of responses rated as 5 out of 5)

On 26th March Scotland will introduce a new smoking ban in public places which extends to smoking in vans and larger vehicles. Given that a car is a small confined space and the purpose of the legislation is health protection, my company is considering extending the ban to company cars (and hire vehicles).

Have other companies with premises or drivers in Scotland considered their policy on company cars?

 
 

The following 13 companies answered this question and 2 documents were supplied:

  • B & Q plc
  • Devro (Scotland) Ltd
  • Gallaher Ltd
  • Johnson & Johnson Medical Ltd
  • Lloyds Banking Group
  • Medical Research Council
  • Met Office
  • Network Rail
  • Next plc
  • South West Water Ltd - WUK member
  • UKAEA
  • United Utilities Water Plc
Documents
  • "Smoking Ban in Scotland Guidelines"
  • "Smoking in the Workplace Policy"

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