Installing a no smoking sign in relevant areas of your workplace is required by The Department of Health to confirm to the smoke-free legislation put in place in July 2007. Failure to display the correct no smoking signs around the workplace means your business can be reported to local authorities and employers can face fines of up to £1000. PARRS have no smoking signs suitable for all areas, including toilets and buildings, and also stock packs of no smoking stickers to display in vehicles. For more information on smoking in the workplace, head over to gov.uk.
On the 1st July 2007 the smoking ban was implemented in all enclosed public places, workplaces and certain vehicles in the UK. The smoke free legislation means that it is an offence not to display the appropriate no smoking signs, resulting in fines of up to £1000. It is also against the law for managers of smoke free premises to permit others to smoke within the premises, carrying a fine of up to £2,500.