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History [top]

  • Policy Number: FA.31.013
  • Version: Revision 1
  • Drafted By: Cindy Derrico
  • Approved By: Richard R. Rush
  • Approval Date: 10/25/10
  • Effective Date: 10/25/10
  • Supercedes: Statement on Smoking

 

Purpose [top]

The purpose of this policy is to provide a safe and healthy environment for faculty, staff, and students, and provide campus smoking guidelines.

Background [top]

This policy implements CSU Executive Order 599 in accordance with Education Code 89030 and 89031; Assembly Bill 846; Governor’s Executive Order W-42-93; Human Resources Coded Memorandum 2002-26 and 2003-19; and other pertinent laws, regulations, or revisions.

Policy [top]

Accountability [top]

The Associate Vice President, Human Resources Programs, administers this policy at California State University Channel Islands for faculty and staff.  The Dean of Students and the Director of Housing and Residential Education administer this policy for students. Questions, concerns, suggestions, or complaints should be directed to Human Resources Programs at (805) 437-8490.

Applicability [top]

This policy applies to all individuals on the campus of California State University Channel Islands and excludes University Glen.

Definition(s) [top]

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Text [top]

The goal of this policy is to provide smoke-free areas on campus to limit exposure to second-hand smoke.  Smoking is prohibited in all California State University Channel Islands work locations and buildings.  Smoking is only allowed in locations which are at least 50 feet away from any structure on the campus including bus stops and outdoor dining areas.  At designated outdoor recreational areas, smoking is prohibited within 50 feet of the playing surface.  Additionally, smoking is prohibited in all State-owned vehicles.

Exhibit(s) [top]

Exhibit A:
CI Campus Map highlighting areas within 50 feet of campus structures where smoking is prohibited. (see Policy PDF)

Exhibit B:
Procedure for Smoking Policy Enforcement, Communication and Cleanliness (see Policy PDF)