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  • Conner Lantz
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    Scent Free Obligations for Employers. When an employer commits to a \”Scent Free\” environment, what does that specifically implicate the employer to do? Ie. do they need need to change furniture type, cleaning solutions etc? Or do they need to focus on policy changes encouraging staff to now use perfume based soaps etc?

    Conner Lantz
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    You can set up the Policy any way you want but in most cases, the Scent-Free Policy aims to restrict USE OF products with fragrances rather than “hardware” like furnishings and building structures. Typically includes ban on:

    1. Use of personal care products such as cologne, perfume, aftershave lotions, scented lotions, fragranced hair products and/or similar products in company facilities including company owned vehicles.
    2. Use of air fresheners and candles in company facilities including company owned vehicles.
    3. Use of cleaning products other than those purchased by company or building management for cleaning personal workspaces.

    Hope this helps. Glenn

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