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Michigan Smoke-Free Law

Michican Smoke Free Law - Effective May 1, 2010

Michigan NEW Smoke-Free Law Effective May 1, 2010

The New Smoke-Free Law includes:

  • An enclosed indoor area that is owned or operated by a state or local governmental agency and used by the general public.
  • An enclosed indoor area used by the general public and is an educational facility
  • A place of employment which is defined by an enclosed indoor area that contains one or more work area for one or more persons employed by a public or private employer.

How do you comply?

Michigan Government states compliance is determined by the following:

  • Clearly and conspicuously post “no smoking” signs or the international “no smoking” symbol at each entrance and in other areas where smoking is prohibited under this act. These other areas may include outdoor areas such as patios or rooftops where patrons are intended to receive service or consume food, beverages, or both.
  • Removing ashtrays and other smoking paraphernalia from anywhere where smoking is prohibited. “Smoking paraphernalia” means any equipment, apparatus, or furnishing that is used in or necessary for the activity of smoking.
  • Informing individuals smoking in violation of this act that they are in violation of state law and are subject to penalties.
  • Refusing service to an individual smoking in violation of this act.
  • Asking an individual smoking in violation of this act to refrain from smoking and, if the individual continues to smoke in violation, ask him or her to leave.
MICHIGAN Smoking Resources

Michigan Department of Community Health
Information about Michigan Smoke-Free Air Law which takes effect May 1, 2010

Information for Businesses
Quick Reference Guide for business owners
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Frequently Asked Questions
General Questions about the New Law
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