Wednesday, October 14, 2009

RESEARCH SHOWS WORKER HEALTH IS AT RISK IN SMOKING-PERMITTED VENUES IN INDIANAPOLIS

A new research study released yesterday quantifies the poor indoor air quality due to secondhand smoke in smoking-permitted hospitality venues that were exempt from the current Indianapolis law compared with similar hospitality establishments that were required to be smokefree by law.

The research demonstrates the disparity in indoor air quality that exists for those workers not protected from secondhand smoke under the present Indianapolis ordinance.

You can find the full study and executive summary at: http://www.smokefreeindy.com/news/fact-sheets/.

1 comment:

generalsn1234567 said...

Why do they go into these bars if they don't like the smoke? What a bunch of meddling busybodies.