Offices will be smoke-free.
Secondhand smoke causes serious and fatal diseases.
A voiceover announces that offices will be smoke-free beginning in March. In an office setting, we hear an employee light a cigarette and exhale. Zoom in on the chest of his or her coworker. A smoke-filled lung appears overlaid on the coworker’s shirt. Text states that secondhand smoke causes lung cancer. Zoom in on another office employee’s chest. An unhealthy heart and lungs appear overlaid on her shirt. Text states that secondhand smoke causes heart disease.
VO: From March 29th, a new law will make our office smoke-free.
Text: Fact: Secondhand smoke causes lung cancer.
VO: Secondhand smoke affects all of us and causes serious and fatal diseases. So no matter how big or small your workplace, by law it must be smoke-free.
Text: Fact: Secondhand smoke causes heart disease.
VO: Smoke-free works. Smoke-free by March 29th.
Text: Smoke-free at work. March 29 2004. Office of Tobacco Control, Smoke-Free Works
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