According to Clause 9 of the Cigarette Control Regulations in Beijing, smoking shall be prohibited in public places, indoor area of workplaces and public transport means. In order to implement the related requirements of Regulation, BCIA will close previous smoking rooms in three terminals and workplaces from June 1st.
Cigarette Control Regulations in Beijing will take effect officially from June 1st, 2015. To implement the Regulation, BCIA has placed anti-smoking posters in obvious sites in the terminals, and removed all signs of the previous smoking rooms. In the meantime, BCIA conducted campaign through BCIA official Weibo, Wechat, China Beijing TV Station and other media widely, reminding passengers to follow the Regulation. BCIA shall close all the previous smoking rooms from June 1st.
While implementing the Regulation and defining no-smoking area, BCIA has increased original 11 smoking areas along the lane outside the terminals to 17 for the convenience of the passengers who smoke. Specifically, new smoking areas include 4 sites outside T1, 6 outside T2 and 7 outside T3. At present, BCIA has renewed and perfected standing boards, ground tags, signs and so on, and completed the installation of fire accesses inside the staircases of terminals to achieve physical lockup. Now, BCIA is installing smoke detectors inside all the private lavatories and mother-and-baby rooms inside the building, gradually achieving complete coverage.
In addition, to promote the efficient implementation of Regulation, BCIA has conducted training for front-line staff, service hotline staff and onsite inspectors to support the onsite propaganda, explanation, dissuasion and so on after the implementation of Regulation.