What is your view?
WE’RE urging Queenslanders to speak out and have their say about smoke-free places across the state to help shape the future of tobacco control in Queensland.
Cancer Council Queensland, Heart Foundation and Asthma Foundation have launched a statewide survey on smoking, giving Queenslanders the opportunity to share their opinion about current and future smoke-free places.
The survey will gauge support on current tobacco laws and identify additional areas the community would like to see smoke-free, including outdoor public areas and multi-unit housing.
Those who smoke or are exposed to second-hand smoke are at a much greater risk of developing chronic diseases, including heart disease and cancers.
Will you share your views? Have your say to help clear the air for thousands of Queenslanders impacted by second-hand smoke.
If you’re a Queenslander aged 18 and over, please complete our Smoke-free Places Survey at www.cancerqld.org.au/smokefreeplacessurvey by October 16.
— Chris McMillan CEO, Cancer Council Queensland