We have a question about exterior non-smoking policy on the project NC. After checking we recently got a review for IEQp2:
“It is not clear how this signage system communicates the exterior smoking policy. Provide a narrative and other documentation to confirm how the signage system communicates the exterior smoking policy for all building occupants to view. Note that the signage must explicitly communicate the requirements of this LEED prerequisite: that smoking is prohibited on the entire project site / property; that smoking is prohibited within 25 feet (8 meters) of entries, outdoor air intakes, and operable windows; or that smoking is prohibited on the property except in designated smoking areas (that are located at least 25 feet / 8 meters from the building).”
In the project policy specified:
“Smoking is strictly prohibited outside the building except in designated smoking areas located at least 25 feet away from building entrance, air intakes and operable windows. Appropriates signage define the smoking area outside: «next attached is an example of signage».”
Site in fact do have 2 designed smoking areas located at least 25 feet away from building entrance, air intakes and operable windows. What in politics are not right?
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