Oregon's Smokefree Workplace Law, also known as the Indoor Clean Air Act (ICAA), protects nearly every Oregon employee from the health risks of secondhand smoke. 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.
Inhalant Delivery System Packaging and Labeling-Rulemaking 2015
HB 2546 requires the Oregon Health Authority, Public Health Division to promulgate rules related to child-resistant packaging, packaging not attractive to minors, and labeling requirements for Inhalant Delivery Systems (IDS). 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.
Packing and Labeling RAC Meeting Notes - August 06, 2015
Packing and Labeling RAC Meeting Notes - August 26, 2015
Oregon Indoor Clean Air Act (ICAA) – Rulemaking 2015
The ICAA protects workers and the public from secondhand smoke at work and in public places. The Oregon Health Authority, Public Health Division, is revising the Oregon Administrative Rules (OAR) to comply with statutory changes from the passage of HB 2546. HB 2546 includes the use of all types of “inhalants” and “inhalant delivery systems” in the Indoor Clean Air Act (ICAA).The revised rules will also promote clarity in order to improve administration of the ICAA.
Rules Advisory Committee Meeting Notes - August 06, 2015
Rules Advisory Committee Meeting Notes - August 26, 2015
Oregon Administrative Rules, Implementation of Requirements for Smokefree Environments in Workplaces and Public Places