Smoke-Free Philadelphia

In January 2007, the Clean Indoor Air Worker Protection Law went into effect, banning smoking in Philadelphia’s restaurants, bars, and workplaces and creating a healthy environment for workers and their customers. The law also prohibits smoking in outdoor seating areas and patios of restaurants and bar, and within twenty feet of commercial building entrances.

This video presents just a few of the many restaurant workers in Philadelphia for whom the law has had a direct and positive impact on their experience at work and on their health.

Fact Sheets

 Information for Business Owners and Managers

To report a violation of Philadelphia's Clean Indoor Air Worker Protection Law, you can call 215-685-7495 or complete a form here.

Get Healthy Philly is a project of the Philadelphia Department of Public Health and is made possible, in part, by funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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