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TOBACCO REGULATIONS 2017 - REG 19

Tobacco retailing businesses—health warning and cessation of smoking signage

    (1)     For the purposes of section 15C(1)(a) and (2) of the Act, the prescribed requirements for a health warning sign are—

        (a)     the sign is not less than 29·7 centimetres by 42 centimetres; and

        (b)     the sign contains one of the statements set out in Part 1 of Schedule 5 and is printed or written—

              (i)     in black on a white background; and

              (ii)     in the maximum proportionate lettering that can be accommodated within the confines of the sign; and

        (c)     the sign must be displayed in a manner that ensures that it is clearly visible—

              (i)     at an entrance to the premises; or

              (ii)     at a point of sale on the premises.

    (2)     For the purposes of section 15C(1)(b) and (2) of the Act, the prescribed requirements for a sign relating to programs assisting in the cessation of smoking are that—

        (a)     the sign is not less than 29·7 centimetres by 42 centimetres; and

        (b)     the sign contains the statement set out in Part 2 of Schedule 5 and is printed or written—

              (i)     in black on a white background; and

              (ii)     in the maximum proportionate lettering that can be accommodated within the confines of the sign; and

        (c)     the sign is displayed in a manner that ensures that it is clearly visible—

              (i)     at an entrance to the premises; or

              (ii)     at a point of sale on the premises.



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