“No Smoking” Signs

The Nevada Clean Indoor Air Act states that employers must clearly and conspicuously post “No Smoking” signs in their facilities at every entrance.

Employers are also required to remove all ashtrays and other smoking paraphernalia from any area where smoking is prohibited.

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Nevada Revised Statutes require each retail establishment in which cigarettes are sold or offered for sale to post at least one sign with a warning that smoking tobacco during pregnancy can cause birth defects, premature birth and low birth weight. The sign must be posted in a location conspicuous to the patrons of the establishment.

The Nevada Clean Indoor Air Act states that employers must clearly and conspicuously post “No Smoking” signs in their facilities at every entrance.

Employers are also required to remove all ashtrays and other smoking paraphernalia from any area where smoking is prohibited.

Download Smoking Health Warning Signs

Nevada Revised Statutes require each retail establishment in which cigarettes are sold or offered for sale to post at least one sign with a warning that smoking tobacco during pregnancy can cause birth defects, premature birth and low birth weight. The sign must be posted in a location conspicuous to the patrons of the establishment.

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Although smoking restrictions outside and away from buildings or entrances are not included in the Nevada Clean Indoor Air Act, many businesses choose to implement voluntary no smoking policies, which specify a distance away from an establishment where smoking can occur.

This type of policy minimizes tobacco smoke from entering a building through entrances, windows, ventilation systems or any other means. This policy also allows clients or customers to enter a facility without too much exposure to secondhand smoke.

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How can I find more information?

For more information on the dangers of secondhand smoke, please call the Southern Nevada Health District Tobacco Control Program at (702) 759-1270.

For more information regarding compliance with the new law for employers, please call the Southern Nevada Health District Environmental Health Division at (702) 759-0588.

Where can I get more information on quitting?

If you smoke and want to quit, call the Nevada Tobacco Quitline at 1-800-QUIT NOW (1-800- 784-8669) or visit www.nevadatobaccoquitline.com.

Contact Information

Phone:
(702) 759-1990

Updated on: July 8, 2019