News
01 January 2006
Belgium
- Tobacco & Smoking
As from 1 January 2006, smoking is banned in all enclosed workplaces under the employer’s authority and to which workers have access (workplaces and social facilities). The smoking ban also applies in spaces used by self-employed persons working with employees, to which such employees have access. Smoking will only be allowed in premises exclusively and solely intended for smoking. However the employer has no obligation to provide these.  Belgium will implement measures in January 2007 that will allow smoking in restaurants only in separate rooms that are completely closed off from the rest of the building and where no food is served. Bars and cafes will be exempt from the ban, though they must have adequate ventilation and a non-smoking zone. Source: ENSP

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