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Oando Recruitment: Second Level Test Questions And Answers 3

Oando Recruitment: Second Level Test Questions And Answers 3

On 1st July 2007 the smoke-free law was introduced in England with the aim of protecting employees in their places of work, and the general public in enclosed public places, from the effects of secondhand smoking.

These law changes mean that all public transport and work vehicles used by more than one person must be smoke-free, no-smoking signs must be displayed in all smoke-free premises and vehicles, and staff smoking rooms are no longer allowed; staff who want to smoke must go outside. Local councils in England have the responsibility of enforcing the law but it is the legal responsibility of the managers of smoke-free premises and vehicles to make sure people don‟t smoke. 

Individuals can be fined or prosecuted for breaking the law and employers can be fined if they do not display the no-smoking signs or if they allow smoking to continue on their premises. 


Q10 Second hand smoking can cause lung cancer and other respiratory diseases.


A. True
B. False
C. Cannot say 

Cannot say - There is nothing in the passage telling us that this is definitely 

either true or false, so we must answer Cannot Say (regardless of what 

knowledge you may have from sources other than this passage of text). 


Q11 The smoke-free law had the public‟s welfare in mind.


A. True
B. False
C. Cannot say 

True - The first sentence tells us that the smoke-free law “was introduced in England with the aim of protecting employees in their places of work, and
the general public”. So we are told that this was one of the aims, which means they must have had public welfare in mind. 


Q12 It is no longer legal for smoking rooms to be provided for employees inside buildings.

A. True
B. False
C. Cannot say 

True - The passage states that “staff smoking rooms are no longer allowed; 
staff who want to smoke must go outside”. Employees are the same as “staff” so we are told that this statement is true. 

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