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Support for Scottish smoking ban

15th September 2006

A survey by Cancer Research UK shows that nine out of ten Scottish bar staff believe their workplaces have become healthier since the introduction of a smoking ban six months ago.

Ninety two per cent of bar staff felt their workplaces have become healthier and 78% believe the ban will benefit their health in the longer term. Bar workers who smoke also support the ban; 89% say it has made their workplaces healthier and 69% say it will benefit their health.

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Article Information

Title: Support for Scottish smoking ban
Author: Sue Knights
Article Id: 788
Date Added: 15th Sep 2006

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