This Award, made annually, and named in honour of the founder of the Anti-Smoking International Alliance in 1994. The Tom Hurst Award is given to all organisations judged to have developed an innovative non-smoking policy, and those orgenisations can be from any sector such as hospitals, medical centres, corporate, sports and culture clubs, restaurants, coffee shops, schools, collages, universities, cinemas, theater, etc.
The Award is offered to
- Encourage the introduction of non-smoking policies in hospitals, medical centres, corporate, sports and culture clubs, restaurants, coffee shops, schools, collages, universities, cinemas, theater, etc.. Recognise innovative approaches to implementing such policies. Communicate creative ideas in such programmes. Demonstrate the leadership role of organisation professionals in complying with smoke-free environmental policies.
- Reward organisations for taking the difficult decision of introducing smoke-free policies.
- Details are circulated by the International Hospital Federation
and can be obtained from the Anti-Smoking International Alliance, 45 Linton Glade, Croydon, United Kingdom, CRO 9NA,