Tobacco in the Workplace, Publications and Resources
Worksite health promotion programs designed to improve worker health, such as those that help workers stop or reduce tobacco use, have traditionally focused on individual factors and not taken work-related exposures and hazards into account. Through its Total Worker Health™ Program, the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) recommends an integrated approach to addressing personal as well as workplace safety and health factors.
NIOSH marks a half century since the first Surgeon General’s Report on the health consequences of smoking.
Environmental and biological assessment of environmental tobacco smoke exposure among casino dealers Environmental and biological assessment of environmental tobacco smoke exposure among casino dealers, Bally’s, Paris, and Caesars Palace Casinos, Las Vegas, Nevada, May 2009 HETA-2005-0076; 2005-0201-3080pdf icon
The purpose of this bulletin was to disseminate information about the potential risk of cancer to workers exposed to environmental tobacco smoke.
NIOSHTIC – 2 Search Results for “Tobacco”
Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)
Tobacco Useexternal icon
Department of Health and Human Services: 2020 topics and objectives: tobacco use
Ending the Tobacco Epidemicpdf iconexternal icon
A tobacco control strategic action plan for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, November 10, 2010
Symptoms Change: Treating Tobacco Use and Dependenceexternal icon
The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality describes strategies that health care administrators, managed care organizations, and purchaser of health plans can implement to treat tobacco dependence.
Tobacco Facts and Figuresexternal icon
Get facts and figures about tobacco use provided by BeTobaccoFree.gov.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Tips From Former Smokers
Get real stories from smokers who quit and learn about smoking illnesses and conditions.
Best Practices for Comprehensive Tobacco Control Programs
An evidence-based guide to help states plan and establish tobacco control programs.
Health Effects of Cigarette Smoking
Information provided by the CDC on cigarette smoking and related health effects.
Smoking and Tobacco Use (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Smoking & Tobacco Use)
This page provides tips from former smokers, infographics, comprehensive tobacco prevention and control data, and the 2014 Surgeon General’s Report on the health consequences of tobacco use.
Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Reports (MMWR): CDC’s primary vehicle for scientific publications
- Tobacco Product Use and Cessation Indicators Among Adults — United States, 2018
- Characteristics of E-cigarette, or Vaping, Products Used by Patients with Associated Lung Injury and Products Seized by Law Enforcement — Minnesota, 2018 and 2019
- Update: Interim Guidance for Health Care Providers for Managing Patients with Suspected E-cigarette, or Vaping, Product Use–Associated Lung Injury — United States, November 2019
- Characteristics of Hospitalized and Nonhospitalized Patients in a Nationwide Outbreak of E-cigarette, or Vaping, Product Use–Associated Lung Injury — United States, November 2019
- Risk Factors for E-Cigarette, or Vaping, Product Use–Associated Lung Injury (EVALI) Among Adults Who Use E-Cigarette, or Vaping, Products — Illinois, July–October 2019
- Tobacco Use Among Working Adults — United States, 2014–2016
- Current Cigarette Smoking Prevalence Among Working Adults – US, 2004-2010
- Smokeless Tobacco Use Among Working Adults – US 2005 and 2010
- Electronic Cigarette Use Among Working Adults – United States, 2014
American Cancer Society
Tobacco and Cancerexternal iconexternal icon Information of cigarette, cigar and smokeless use and how it affects different groups of people.
American Lung Association
Smoking Factsexternal iconexternal icon Smoking facts on health effects, cigarettes, and the impact of tobacco use.
10 of the Worst Diseases Smoking Causesexternal iconexternal icon Find out what the worst diseases are that are caused by smoking.