Address Presented at the Conference on Smoking in the Workplace, Glen Ellyn, Illinois
In keeping with his emphasis on the health effects of smoking on bystanders and on non-smokers' rights, Koop defined smoking
as an occupational health hazard. Agreeing that smoking in the workplace exposed workers to unnecessary health risks, a growing
number of states banned smoking in public offices and buildings during the 1980s.
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1986-05-23 (May 23, 1986)
Koop, C. Everett
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Medical Subject Headings (MeSH):
Tobacco Smoke Pollution
Tobacco, Second-Hand Smoke, and the Campaign for a Smoke-Free America
"Address Presented at the Conference on Smoking in the Workplace, Glen Ellyn, Illinois." [Reminiscence] (2003)