Help to Quit

Evidence-based smoking cessation tools for your workplace

Help your staff go smoke and vape free

Help to Quit' encourages your employees to adopt a team-based approach to quitting by engaging with their GP and health professionals.

In 2017-2018, researchers found that nearly one in seven Australian adults smoked tobacco on a daily basis1 despite the well-documented personal and workplace benefits of going smoke-free2. Based on these findings and benefits, we’ve developed a low-cost program to help your staff and their loved ones quit smoking for life.

Help to Quit kits

'Help to Quit' kits condense medically accurate and evidence-based practice to help your employees create their own tailored quit plan. By taking a step by step approach to building their own quit plan, your employees get to understand their personal reasons for smoking, what it takes to quit and how to develop a TEAM-based method (TELL, EXPLAIN, ASK, MANAGE) that is specific to them and their lifestyle. 'Help to Quit' kits encourages anyone attempting to quit to engage with their GP. Quitting smoking can be very challenging, but support from a GP – which can include medicine, counselling, and other tools – can improve your employees'  chance of success.

“Smokers often think they should be able to quit without assistance but given the highly addictive nature of tobacco smoking, the unassisted quit rate at one year is only about 7%3

Free launch pack

The Help to Quit kits comes with a free launch pack to run a highly visible quit campaign at your workplace year-round.

  • Toolbox talk video
  • Poster artwork
  • 6 artcles to share with your staff throught the year
Workplace quit smoking programs can have an immediate return on investment, with significant return on investment within as little as two years7

Lower your costs

Significant financial incentives for tobacco cessation in the workplace exist. Research suggests that lost productivity resulting from smoking can cost employers up to $157,000 over the working lifetime of a smoking employee4. Many benefits to providing a smoke-free workplace can be found 5,6

  • Reduce absenteeism
  • Potentially reduce risk of legal action and compensation claims
  • Lower cleaning and maintenance costs
  • Increase productivity
  • Decrease injury and illness rates

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