Smoke-free Environments Regulations 2017

  • revoked
  • Smoke-free Environments Regulations 2017: revoked, on 11 August 2021, by regulation 85 of the Smokefree Environments and Regulated Products Regulations 2021 (LI 2021/204).

Schedule 2 Content of required message

rr 3, 8–13, 26, 27, 54

Part 1 Message that must be displayed on packages of tobacco products other than cigars

ItemFirst warning (front face and back face)1Second warning (side, inside flap, or base)Explanatory note and you can quit statement (back face)Graphic (front face and back face)
1

SMOKING CAUSES HEART ATTACKS

KA PĀ MAI NGĀ MANAWA-HĒ I TE KAI PAIPA

WARNING

Smoking causes heart attacks.

Smokers are more likely to have heart attacks than non-smokers. Many smokers who have heart attacks will die from them.

(Quitline logo) For support to quit call 0800 788 788 or visit www.quit.org.nz

You can quit smoking

SMOKING CAUSES HEART ATTACKS
2

SMOKING CAUSES OVER 80% OF LUNG CANCERS

NEKE ATU I TE 80% O NGĀ MATE PUKUPUKU KI NGĀ PŪKAHUKAHU I AHU MAI I TE KAI PAIPA

WARNING

Tobacco smoke contains many poisonous chemicals that cause lung cancer.

Over 80% of lung cancers are caused by smoking. Most people diagnosed with lung cancer will die from it.

(Quitline logo) For support to quit call 0800 788 788 or visit www.quit.org.nz

You can quit smoking

SMOKING CAUSES OVER 80% OF LUNG CANCERS
3

SMOKING HARMS YOUR BABY BEFORE IT IS BORN

KA TŪKINOHIA TŌ PĒPI I TŌ KŌPŪ I TE KAI PAIPA

WARNING

Smoking increases the risk of premature birth, stillbirth and infant death.

Smoking greatly increases the risk of babies being born too small, too early or stillborn.

(Quitline logo) For support to quit call 0800 788 788 or visit www.quit.org.nz

You can quit smoking

SMOKING HARMS YOUR BABY BEFORE IT IS BORN
4

YOUR SMOKING HARMS OTHERS

KA TŪKINOHIA ĒTAHI ATU I Ō MAHI KAI PAIPA

WARNING

Tobacco smoke contains many poisonous chemicals that cause serious illnesses in children.

Children exposed to smoking are more likely to suffer from ear infections, breathing problems and asthma. Babies exposed to smoking are much more likely to die suddenly.

(Quitline logo) For support to quit call 0800 788 788 or visit www.quit.org.nz

You can quit smoking

YOUR SMOKING HARMS OTHERS
5

SMOKING IS A MAJOR CAUSE OF STROKE

KA PIKI AKE I TE KAI PAIPA TŌ TŪPONO KI TE IKURA RORO

WARNING

Tobacco smoke contains many poisonous chemicals that cause strokes.

People who smoke are more likely to suffer a stroke. Many people die or are severely disabled by strokes.

(Quitline logo) For support to quit call 0800 788 788 or visit www.quit.org.nz

You can quit smoking

SMOKING IS A MAJOR CAUSE OF STROKE
6

SMOKING DAMAGES YOUR BLOOD VESSELS

KA TŪKINOHIA Ō IA TOTO I TE KAI PAIPA

WARNING

Poisonous chemicals in tobacco smoke damage your blood vessels and make you more likely to need amputations.

Smoking harms your blood vessels. Smokers are more likely to get gangrene and need amputations.

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You can quit smoking

SMOKING DAMAGES YOUR BLOOD VESSELS
7

SMOKING IS NOT ATTRACTIVE

KA ANUANU KOE I TE KAI PAIPA

WARNING

Tobacco smoke contains many poisonous chemicals that harm your appearance as well as your health.

Smoking harms your health and damages your appearance. Smoking causes your skin to wrinkle and age quickly.

(Quitline logo) For support to quit call 0800 788 788 or visit www.quit.org.nz

You can quit smoking

SMOKING IS NOT ATTRACTIVE
8

SMOKING CAUSES HEART ATTACKS

KA PĀ MAI NGĀ MANAWA-HĒ I TE KAI PAIPA

WARNING

Smoking causes heart attacks.

Smokers are more likely to have heart attacks than non-smokers. Many smokers who have heart attacks will die from them.

(Quitline logo) For support to quit call 0800 788 788 or visit www.quit.org.nz

You can quit smoking

SMOKING CAUSES HEART ATTACKS
9

SMOKING CAUSES LUNG CANCER

KA PĀ MAI TE MATE PUKUPUKU KI NGĀ PŪKAHUKAHU I TE KAI PAIPA

WARNING

Tobacco smoke contains many poisonous chemicals that cause lung cancer.

Smoking causes most lung cancers in New Zealand. Most people diagnosed with lung cancer will die from it.

(Quitline logo) For support to quit call 0800 788 788 or visit www.quit.org.nz

You can quit smoking

SMOKING CAUSES LUNG CANCER
10

SMOKING WHEN PREGNANT HARMS YOUR BABY

KA TŪKINOHIA TŌ PĒPI I TE KAI PAIPA I A KOE E HAPŪ ANA

WARNING

Tobacco smoke contains many poisonous chemicals that harm unborn babies.

Smoking during pregnancy poisons your baby and increases the chance of sudden death. Quit now and protect your baby.

(Quitline logo) For support to quit call 0800 788 788 or visit www.quit.org.nz

You can quit smoking

SMOKING WHEN PREGNANT HARMS YOUR BABY
11

YOUR SMOKING HARMS CHILDREN

KA TŪKINOHIA NGĀ TAMARIKI I Ō MAHI KAI PAIPA

WARNING

Tobacco smoke contains many poisonous chemicals that harm children.

Secondhand smoke is harmful. Smoking around your children makes them more likely to suffer from serious and potentially fatal diseases like meningitis, pneumonia and asthma.

(Quitline logo) For support to quit call 0800 788 788 or visit www.quit.org.nz

You can quit smoking

YOUR SMOKING HARMS CHILDREN
12

SMOKING IS A MAJOR CAUSE OF STROKE

KA PIKI AKE I TE KAI PAIPA TŌ TŪPONO KI TE IKURA RORO

WARNING

Tobacco smoke contains many poisonous chemicals that cause strokes.

People who smoke are more likely to suffer a stroke. Many people die or are severely disabled by strokes.

(Quitline logo) For support to quit call 0800 788 788 or visit www.quit.org.nz

You can quit smoking

SMOKING IS A MAJOR CAUSE OF STROKE
13

QUIT BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE

ME WHAKAMUTU KEI RIRO KOE

WARNING

Tobacco smoke contains many poisonous chemicals that cause fatal heart attacks and lung diseases.

Many people who smoke develop heart and lung disease and suffer a reduced quality of life. Quit now and save your life.

(Quitline logo) For support to quit call 0800 788 788 or visit www.quit.org.nz

You can quit smoking

QUIT BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE
14

SMOKING CAUSES GUM DISEASE AND STINKING BREATH

KA PĀ TE MATE PŪNIHO, KA HAUNGA TŌ HĀ I TE KAI PAIPA

WARNING

Tobacco smoke contains many poisonous chemicals that cause stinking breath and tooth loss.

Smoking damages your gums. Smoking can destroy the gum, bones and tissue supporting your teeth and lead to tooth loss.

(Quitline logo) For support to quit call 0800 788 788 or visit www.quit.org.nz

You can quit smoking

SMOKING CAUSES GUM DISEASE AND STINKING BREATH
 
1 The first warning must be displayed on the front face in English and on the back face in English and te reo Māori.

Part 2 Message that must be displayed on cigar packages

ItemWarning
(Front face and back face)1
Explanatory note
(Back face)2
Graphic
(Front face)3
1

CIGAR SMOKE IS TOXIC

HE PAIHANA TE AUAHI HIKĀ

Cigar smoke contains high concentrations of toxins and irritants. Taking in this toxic mix can damage the body’s cells, resulting in many diseases including cancer, heart disease and respiratory disease.

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CIGAR SMOKE IS TOXIC
2

CIGAR SMOKING CAUSES LUNG CANCER

KA MATE PUKUPUKU Ā PŪKAHUKAHU I TE MOMI HIKĀ

Cigar smoking increases your risk of lung cancer even if you do not inhale. Your lung cancer risk increases greatly if you inhale the smoke.

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CIGAR SMOKING CAUSES LUNG CANCER
3

CIGAR SMOKING DAMAGES YOUR TEETH AND GUMS

KA TŪKINO ŌU NIHO ŌU PŪNIHO I TE MOMI HIKĀ

Cigar smoking damages your gums. Smoking cigars can destroy the gums, bones and tissues supporting your teeth and lead to tooth loss.

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CIGAR SMOKING DAMAGES YOUR TEETH AND GUMS
4

CIGARS ARE NOT A SAFE ALTERNATIVE TO CIGARETTES

ĒHARA I TE MEA HE HAUMARU AKE TE HIKĀ KI TE HIKARETI

Cigar smoking, particularly if you inhale, increases your risk of mouth and throat cancer, heart disease and lung disease.

(Quitline logo) For support to quit call 0800 788 788 or visit www.quit.org.nz

CIGARS ARE NOT A SAFE ALTERNATIVE TO CIGARETTES
5

DON’T LET CHILDREN BREATHE YOUR SMOKE

KAUA E TUKUA NGĀ TAMARIKI KIA NGONGO I TŌ AUAHI HIKARETI

Cigar smoke is harmful. Smoking around your children makes them more likely to suffer from serious and potentially fatal diseases like meningitis, pneumonia and asthma.

(Quitline logo) For support to quit call 0800 788 788 or visit www.quit.org.nz

DON'T LET CHILDREN BREATHE YOUR SMOKE
 

1 The warning must be displayed on the front face in English and te reo Māori and on the back face in English.

2 The explanatory note is not required for cigar tubes.

3 The graphic is not required for cigar tubes.

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