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POLS 7050, HKBU/MPA, Anti-smoking policy POLS 7050, HKBU/MPA, Anti-smoking policy Presentation Transcript

  • Anti-smoking Policy Sammy CHENG(08425884) Kevin CHUNG(08423555) POLS 7050 Public Administration
  • Daily cigarette smokers
  • Problems
    • Health problem of smokers
    • Second hand smokers
  • Enforcement
    • Step by step approach
      • 1.1.2007
      • 1.7.2009
  • Enforcement
    • Step by step approach
      • 1.1.2007
      • 1.7.2009
  • Tobacco Control Office
    • assist the venue manager
    • reviewing the tobacco control legislation
  • Promotion
  • Promotion
  • community-based smoking cessation programme
  • Control of Sales of Tobacco products
  • Smoking (Public Health) Ordinance
    • The Smoking (Public Health) Ordinance (Cap. 371)
    • Took effect 1 January 2007
    • Smoking banned in the indoor area of premises
    • Legal framework
  • Good Side
    • Healthy and Clean Air
    • Health Burden
    • Improvement for non-smoker’s health
  • Healthy and Clean Air
    • H armful effects of secondhand smoke
    • Smoke in young age
    • Disease
    • Environmental Damage
  • Smoking Age
  • Smoking Consequences
    • Kills 5,700 persons per year
    • Estimated to kill 16 persons in Hong Kong every day
    • 90% of lung cancer deaths in men, and more than 30%of all cancer deaths
    • Almost 34,500 people require hospitalization due to illnesses from smoking
  • Release Health Burden
    • Save health care costs due to active and passive smoking
    • Health care for children
    • The long term care in nursing homes for diseases caused by tobacco
  • Improvement for non-smoker’s health
    • Secondhand Smoke is…
      • Easily exposed in public area
      • Leading to Cancer
      • Damage of Respiratory System
    • Let’s Create
    • a Smoke-free Hong Kong
  • Conclusion
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