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CM Club - Smoking Ban, do we have to display 'no smoking' signs?

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Saz73 · 28/06/2007 14:05

Maybe a silly question, but do we have to display no smoking signs in our homes?

I know some signs have gone up outside schools, nurserys and playgroups ready for the 1st July.

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dmo · 28/06/2007 15:57

no cause your childminding should be no smoking anyway

Saz73 · 28/06/2007 16:04

I know, I have a no smoking policy in my house but thought I would ask the question as a nursery near me are displaying the signs.

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ayla99 · 28/06/2007 16:09

If you have a playroom or any part of your house that is solely used for childminding you are required to put up a sign in that room.

If all the areas used for childminding revert to domestic uses when you are not childminding then you are not required to place any signage and smokers may use the area when there are no mindees present.

HTH

dmo · 28/06/2007 16:39

oh well
if a smoker comes to my house they have to join dh in the shed

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