Indiana State Compliant No Smoking Signs
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The Indiana Clean Indoor Air Law states that any public building, which is defined as an enclosed structure "occupied by an agency of state or local government", are places where smoking is prohibited except if the business has deemed an area as a designated smoking area. This includes health care centers, fire stations, child care centers, hospitals or doctors' offices and school buildings that house classrooms and dining halls and are part of state educational institutions or any public school system. Other businesses who deal with the public either by serving them or allowing them into their establishment have the responsibility of either creating a designated smoking area or declaring the entire establishment as a smoke-free area. This includes, but is not limited to, grocery stores, drug stores and all restaurants.
Posting of signs; requests to stop smoking; removal of smokers
Sec. 6. (a) The official in charge of a public building shall do the following:
(1) Post conspicuous signs that read "Smoking Is Prohibited By State Law Except In Designated Smoking Areas" or other similar language.
(2) Request persons who are smoking in violation of section 4 of this chapter to refrain from smoking.
(3) Remove a person who is smoking in violation of section 4 of this chapter and fails to refrain from smoking after being requested to do so.
(b) The proprietor of a restaurant shall, under sections 4 and 5 of this chapter, post conspicuous signs at each entrance to the restaurant, informing the public of the establishment's smoking policy.
As added by P.L.2-1993, SEC.24. Amended by P.L.256-1996, SEC.7.