Vaping cessation programs are becoming critical for today’s workers
Vaping has become a growing concern in the workplace, with millions of adults in the US using vape products. While some view vaping as a safer alternative to smoking, it is important to understand that nicotine is addictive and harmful regardless of the delivery method. Vaping devices, such as e-cigarettes, heat a liquid-filled cartridge and inhale the resulting vapor. However, recent studies have shown higher levels of nicotine dependence among e-cigarette users compared to traditional tobacco people who smoke. Vaping poses health risks and impacts productivity and morale in the workplace. Employers can take action by educating employees about the dangers of vaping, offering smoking cessation programs that address vaping, and ensuring the chosen program provides individualized support with trained coaches and quantifiable results. Helping employees quit vaping can increase productivity and improve workplace well-being.