Smoke-free legislation came into force in Wales on 2nd April 2007, ending smoking in enclosed and substantially enclosed public places.
- Smoking is banned in enclosed public spaces and places of work, with some exemptions.
- There is a legal duty for you to display no-smoking signs in a prominent position at each entrance to smoke-free premises.
- There is a legal duty on any person who owns or manages smoke-free premises to ensure that guests, visitors and staff do not smoke on the premises.
For further information on Smoking in Public Places call 029 2082 5687; e-mail TobaccoPolicyBranch@wales.gsi.gov.uk or visit www.smokingbanwales.co.uk