Who and what is addressed by fragrance-free policies?
Fragrance-free regulations offere various approaches yet with a common theme: all requested individuals to avoid or refrain
from using fragranced consumer products inside the venue.
The policies provide examples from public buildings, organizations, educational facilities, government agencies, health care providers, hospitals, communities, private businesses, and restaurants. They address employees, members, visitors, participants, occupants, faculty, staff, students, parents, patrons, guests, the public, contractors, cleaning staff, volunteers, patients, and all who enter the buildings.
For example, scented or fragranced products are prohibited at all times in all interior space owned, rented, or leased by CDC.