Statement 1 Schools and colleges deliver combined interventions to stop children and young people taking up smoking by improving their social competence and awareness of social influences.
Statement 2 Schools and colleges do not allow smoking anywhere in their grounds and remove any areas previously designated for smoking.
Statement 3 Trading standards identify and take action against retailers that sell tobacco products to people under 18.
Statement 4 Employers allow employees to access evidence-based stop-smoking support during working hours without loss of pay.
Statement 5 Healthcare services use contracts that do not allow employees to smoke during working hours or when recognisable as an employee.
Statement 6 Healthcare settings do not allow smoking anywhere in their grounds and remove any areas previously designated for smoking.
Statement 7 Secondary healthcare settings ensure that a range of nicotine-containing products and stop-smoking pharmacotherapies is available on site for patients, visitors and employees.
Statement 8 Local authorities use regional and local media channels to reinforce national tobacco reduction campaigns.
Statement 9 (placeholder). Preventing access to, demand for and supply of illicit tobacco.