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(Effective November 1, 1998)
Trinity University is committed to ensuring that no member of the University community, nor any visitor to campus, is required to work, study, or live in an environment where they are subjected to tobacco smoke.
Definitions of terms used in this policy:(derived from the San Antonio City Code, Chapter 36, "Smoking")
SMOKING — includes the carrying or holding of a lighted pipe, cigar or cigarette of any kind, or any other lighted smoking equipment or device, and the lighting of, emitting or exhaling the smoke of a pipe, cigar or cigarette of any kind.A. The University prohibits smoking in all indoor areas of the University, except that smoking policies for the residence halls will be set by the Residential Life staff in consultation with the Vice President for Student Affairs. All public indoor areas in the residence halls are designated as non-smoking areas. All food service locations are non-smoking areas.
INDOOR AREAS— means areas enclosed by a roof and walls with appropriate openings for ingress and egress. All air-conditioned areas are included, but not partially enclosed areas with free circulation of outside air such as outdoor stairwells and parking garages.
B. Smoking is not permitted in motor-pool vehicles, including, but not limited to cars, vans and busses owned or rented by the University for use by authorized individuals.
Violations of smoking regulations will be dealt with in a manner consistent with the policies listed in the Classified Staff Handbook, the Student Handbook, and the Faculty and Contract Staff Handbook.
Persons who desire to suggest changes to or point out problems with the smoking policy should direct comments to the Safety, Security and Health Committee through the Director of Campus Security.
In an effort to promote a safe and healthy workplace, the University will distribute educational materials from time to time, and refer its interested employees to smoking cessation programs.
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San Antonio, TX 78212-7200
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This page was last modified on June 25, 2012.