No Smoking Signs & Smoking Area Signs
On the 1st July 2007 England became "Smoke Free" as the Smoke Free Law was introduced. The Law was introduced to protect the public and employees from the effects of Second Hand Smoke.
It is now against the law to smoke in almost all enclosed public places, including Workplaces, Public Places & Work Vehicles.
No Smoking signs should be displayed at every entrance to a designated "Smoke Free" area clearly indicating that the building that is being entered is a smoke free zone. Signs are required to be no smaller than A5 with the words No Smoking on the sign(apart from in vehicles where a 70mm sign with the Red Circle across a cigarette logo is suitable).