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Employers have a duty of care at common law and under work health and safety laws to protect employees from the harmful effects of tobacco smoke in the

'Anti-smoking' legislation exists across most states and territories of Australia.  Generally speaking, anti-smoking legislation aims to restrict smoking in public places. In addition, some states have enacted legislation to specifically address smoking in the workplace.

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