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Employers in Utah must comply with these state rules regulating smoking in the workplace.
Utah's Clean Indoor Air Act prohibits smoking in enclosed indoor places of public access and in publicly owned buildings and offices.
Employers covered: Employers with one or more employees are covered.
Written policy requirements: An employer who operates a workplace that is not a place of public access or a publicly owned building or office must establish a written smoking policy. If the employer employs fewer than ten full-time employees on a regular basis, the policy need not be in writing.
The policy must:
Posting requirements: Posting requirements are not specified.
No smoking areas: Smoking is prohibited in enclosed indoor places of public access. Place of public access means any enclosed indoor place of business, commerce, banking, financial service, or other service-related activity, whether publicly or privately owned and whether operated for profit or not, to which persons not employed at the place of public access have general and regular access or which the public uses, including:
Permitted smoking areas: Utah's Clean Indoor Air Act does not apply to: