Johns Hopkins Hospital has a policy that prohibits smoking at work. This supports our efforts to provide the best care for our patients, visitors, and dedicated staff.
What Is Changing?
- Employees are not allowed to smoke during work hours. It includes breaks and meals. Tobacco products include cigarettes, cigarillos, cigars, chewing tobacco, and pipes.
- Employees are not allowed to smell smoke or tobacco products at work.
- This updated policy covers all Johns Hopkins Hospital employees and anyone working there.
- There are resources available to help workers quit smoking at work.
- No designated smoking areas are available around the hospital. The hospital and campus of JHH will prohibit using tobacco products by patients or visitors.
Johns Hopkins Hospital employees and managers view:
- The Johns Hopkins Hospital has adopted a new policy on tobacco-free workplaces.
- Tobacco-Free Workplace Guide
- Manager Toolkit
- Tobacco Free at Work Flyers