E-cigarettes are not included in the act as they do not contain combustible tobacco. Companies have the option whether to permit or deny the use of e-cigarettes on their premises.
Pubs and bars may also wish to place safety signage regarding the smoking of e-cigarettes indoors.
Failure to display the correct signage can result in a maximum fine of £1000, so it’s crucial that you learn about the important regulations.There's more information in our blog article at www.thesignshed.co.uk/blog
Sign stating that e-cigarettes are allowed to be smoked. Ideal for offices, pubs etc. The Smoke Free law does not apply to e-cigarettes. It is at the discretion of the employer if the smoking of e-cigarettes is permitted in the workplace
Notice stating No smoking but that e-cigarettes are allowed to be used. To ensure things are perfectly clear to your workforce, or members of the public it's a good idea for the no smoking notice to include an “e-cigarettes permitted” or “no smoking including e-cigarettes” safety message.
This sign states that smoking including the use of e-cigarettes is banned (portrait version). Employers can decide if they can be used on their premises according to UK law.
This sign features a message to confirm that smoking, including the use of e-cigarettes is banned (landscape version) on this site. It's not UK law to stop the use e-cigarettes in the workplace and is optional for employers.