The Costs And Benefits Of Smoking Restrictions: An Assessment Of The Smoke-Free Environment Act Of 1993 (H.R. 3434).
Analyzes the compliance costs and health and economic benefits of HR3434. Assesses cost of compliance including provisions for smoking lounges, the value of benefits resulting from reduced exposure to environmental tobacco smoke and changes in smoking behavior, including the value of lives saved; the value of increased productivity and reduced absenteeism; savings from reduced operation and maintenance costs; and savings in fire related injuries and property damage.
|Office of Air and Radiation|
|Office of Radiation and Indoor Air|
|Indoor Air Division|
|Mudarri, David, H|