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Oregon's Indoor Clean Air Act

Oregon’s Indoor Clean Air Act (ICAA) protects nearly every Oregonian from the health risks of secondhand smoke. The ICAA, also known as the Smokefree Workplace Law, prohibits smoking in the workplace and within 10 feet of all entrances, exits, accessibility ramps that lead to and from an entrance or exit, windows and air-intake vents.

On January 1, 2016, the ICAA will include the use of “inhalant delivery systems.” Inhalant delivery systems are devices that can be used to deliver nicotine, cannabinoids and other substances, in the form of a vapor or aerosol. These include e-cigarettes, vape pens, e-hookah and other devices.

For more information, click on the Frequently Asked Questions below or enter your question here:

 ICAA FAQs (pdf)ICAA Frequently Asked Questions


About the Law

The Law

Affected Workplaces

Complying with the Law

Exceptions to the Law

Revised Statutes and Administrative Rules

Smokefree Signs

ICAA Required Signs Beginning January 1, 2016Required Signs Beginning January 1, 2016


Violations of the Law

Reporting Violations

Fill out a complaint

Enforcement and Penalties

Other Smokefree Resources

Tobacco Cessation: Help People Quit

Electronic Cigarettes 

Smoke Shop and Cigar Bar Certification

Forms and Information