Requirements (Policy, Programs, Practices, Resources)



schools during the duty day, (e.g., Basic and Officer Training School, technical schools, professional military education schools. (Note: If new policy is implemented then new accessions will be informed of these requirements before entering the military.)

B.1.4. Assess and draft policy, if necessary, that requires all personnel selected for training to be informed of the Services smoke free goal.

B.2. Educate commanders at all levels on how best to encourage healthy lifestyles as well as the benefits of being tobacco free.


B.2. Assess and evaluate existing educational programs for commanders that include education on how to encourage healthy lifestyles and information regarding the benefits of being a nonsmoker.

B.2.1. If necessary, develop educational materials for commanders that address how to encourage healthy lifestyles and address the benefits of being a nonsmoker.

B.2.2. Develop a draft uniform policy, for instructors in formal school instructor positions, which address the need for instructors to serve as “role models.”

B.2.3. Develop a draft uniform policy that addresses instructors’ use of tobacco products in the school environment.

B.2.4. Assess current availability of promotional

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