Nursing and rehabilitation facilities are considered to be residential facilities and, therefore, are not covered by the Clean Indoor Air Act of 2006. Due to this provision, short-term patients, long-term residents, and staff in these facilities were not protected from exposure to secondhand smoke. Act 708 of 2015, was signed into law to limit smoking in long-term care facilities and update the 2006 law. The 2015 act also clarifies the definitions and language of the Clean Indoor Air Act to include long-term care facilities as smoke free entities. Electronic smoking devices like e-cigarettes and vape pens are still not covered under any state law dealing with long-term care facilities.
ESDs aerosol can contain chemical substances and ultrafine particles known to be toxic, carcinogenic and/or to cause heart and respiratory distress, e.g.: Nicotine, Flavorings and carriers, Volatile organic compounds (VOCS) and Ultrafine particles including heavy metalsGet All the Facts