ADDITIONAL ENFORCERS FOR THE SMOKE FREE ORDINANCE TRAINED

To ensure strict implementation of COB Ordinance 34 s 2017 otherwise known as the Smoke Free Baguio Ordinance, additional 45 enforcers were trained on MPOWER and Enforcers’ Deputation Training held on August 24-25, 2021, at the Plaza Lodge Hotel.

The training objective is to strengthen the city’s advocacy toward a Smoke-Free Baguio and to train the new enforcers on how to properly apprehend record and endorse violations to augment the existing manpower at the Community and City Task Force.

 “To those who passed this ordinance, they are working so hard to save not only this generation but the generation to come. In order to achieve the goal of this ordinance is that we public and private have to work hand-in-hand.”, expressed Epifania Geston, the owner of Gestdan Building and now a deputized Smoke-Free enforcer.

SF team led by Ms. Cecille Agpawa discussed the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (WHO FCTC) during the training. The FCTC is the first treaty negotiated under the auspices of the World Health Organization. It is an evidence-based treaty that reaffirms the right of all people to the highest standard of health.

“We aim to be a smoke-free city and these new enforcers will help us implement and achieve faster our goal. They will be our eyes in the community and hands to ensure that the Smoke-Free Baguio Ordinance is in effect,” Ms. Cecille Agpawa said.

Specifics of the Baguio City Ordinance No. 34, Series of 2017 – much known as Smoke-Free Baguio Ordinance – was thoroughly discussed by the author of the ordinance himself Councilor Joel Alangsab, SP on Health;  and  program lead Dr. Donna Tubera, City Epidemiology and Surveillance Unit Head, discussed the effects of smoking.

Eng. Charles Carame, Sanitation Inspection Officer V, and Mr. Chris Public Order and Safety Division (POSD) discussed the guidelines and proper apprehension of individual and establishment violators. The ordinance is to safeguard public health by protecting them from the harmful effects of smoking, vaping and tobacco consumption. It prohibits smoking in public place, sale, distribution and advertisement of cigarettes, vapes, and other tobacco products in certain places and imposing penalties from P1,000 to 5,000 for those who will violate the ordinance.

Choosing to Live: Eddie’s Quitting Success Story

Four months ago. Eddie Alos looks gangly, his eyes sunken and looking unhealthy in general. Now, he gained some weight, his skin cleared up, and his eyes brightened.

What’s his secret? He stopped smoking.

GIVING IN TO PRESSURE

Eddie lighted his first cigarette when he was 13 years old. Just like most smokers, he did start the habit due to peer pressure.

“My friends were smokers. Every time they smoke, they say they feel happy and relaxed. At first, I didn’t mind but I finally gave in because of their constant pressure,” he narrates.

He did not enjoy his first taste and didn’t plan to do it again but later did he realized that it only takes one stick to be addicted to it.

Now, he’s been smoking for 42 years.

TAKING THE FIRST STEP

Eddie tried to quit several times but failed.

“It was like I was trapped in a deep hole. Every time I try get out of that hole, I am pulled again to the bottom,” he shares.

After series of attempts, he finally gave up and never thought of quitting again.

This changed when he became a barangay kagawad. 

“I am the only smoker among us (barangay officials). Due to that, I felt excluded sometimes. I would hear side comments or jokes about my habit and I feel embarrassed. This motivated me to consider quitting again,” he explains.

However, just like before, he doesn’t know how.

But hope came to him when one of his colleagues told him about the Smoke-Cessation Program of the Baguio City Health Services Office through Smoke-Free Baguio Project.

GETTING HELP

With encouragement from one of his colleagues, Eddie finally agreed to enroll in the Smoke-Cessation Program.

The program offers smokers both psychological and medical intervention to help them quit and ease withdrawal symptoms.

First, enrollees are interviewed and assessed on their smoking background and what is their level of nicotine dependence. They are then counseled and given nicotine pastilles as medication based on their nicotine dependence. 

The program lasts for 6 months — with follow-up check-ups and counseling until the smoker enrollee has finally got rid of the habit.

Eddie enrolled in the program on April 6, 2021. He remembers he had fear of being judged by the program staff and had second thoughts on continuing but he was glad he pushed through.

“I am thankful to Smoke-Free Baguio. Their advices and encouragements have kept me from lighting up a stick. I am grateful for my counselor’s monthly checkups that made me feel someone was with me in this journey,” Eddie says.

FACING CHALLENGES

Eddie told that his first two weeks of quitting was the hardest part. He admits he almost gave up.

“I am easily irritated and uneasy. My mouth feels dry. I feel like something is missing in me,” he explains.

Although tempted, he stuck to his promise to break free from the harmful cigarette. He followed what was advised to him like making himself busy, drinking a lot of water, avoiding friends who smoke, throwing all his cigarette paraphernalia, avoiding stress, and others tips given by his cessation counselor.

What he also did that helped him is to cross out the dates in the calendar when he did not smoke so that he could visibly track his progress. Every morning he sees the calendar and sees how much progress he has done, he was more motivated.

“During the counseling, I was told that a smoker who has quitted for 6 months is more likely to succeed in quitting for a lifetime. I made that a goal. I strive to not smoke for 6 months,” he says.

REAPING BENEFITS

Although feeling healthy in general, Eddie has noticed that smoking has taken a toll on his health.

“I struggle to breathe just by climbing stairs I get tired easily just by doing simple tasks,” he shared. 

But after over four months of quitting, he noticed a big difference already in his health. He felt stronger, can take longer walks without panting, and his appetite increased.

His finance also improved. Instead of buying a pack of cigarettes, he now uses the money to buy groceries or other needs of his family. Bonus, he still has some left to buy what he wants.

If before he hears negative comments from his colleagues, he is now praised for quitting. He also serves as an inspiration to others by sharing his experience.

LIVING SMOKE-FREE 

Eddie is now smoke-free for more than four months and he has decided to never smoke a single cigarette again.

“As I was told by my cessation counselor, quitting is more of a psychological challenge and I agree. If you want to quit, you have to have a focused and motivated mindset, he shares.

According to him, up until now he still experiences cigarette cravings occasionally.

“I do feel the urge to smoke sometimes but I don’t want to,” he says.

When asked what was the biggest advice he can give to smokers who wanted the quit, he simply answered “start now.”

8 establishments nabbed during Task Force night inspection

Smoke-Free Baguio Task Force apprehended 8 establishments for violations of the Smoke-Free Baguio Ordinance during the night inspection at Camdas Subdivision, Dizon Subdivision, Bokawkan Road, Magsaysay Road, Slaughterhouse, and at Triage Area Convention Center on June 18, 2021.

“Despite the establishments’ awareness on the ordinance, the activity showed that many are still violating it,” says Smoke-Free Baguio Project Leader Cecille Agpawa.

She suggested that regular night inspection should be conducted in the future to further strengthen the compliance of establishments and of the public.

The Smoke-Free Baguio Ordinance strictly prohibits the following: selling without cigarette permit, selling per stick, selling within 100 meters of absolute ban areas, selling to minors, smoking in public places and establishments allowing smoking in unauthorized designated smoking areas.

Individual violators can be fined from Php 1,000 to Php 3,000 and imprisonment for a period of not exceeding to three (3) months while establishment violators can be fined from Php 2,000 to Php 5,000 and suspension/revocation of business permit if applicable.

The joint night inspection was conducted by the members of Smoke-Free Community Task Force, Sanitation Division-HSO, Smoke-Free Baguio Office-HSO and POSD enforcers.

9 DSAs for Approval after Smoke-Free Task Force’ Inspection

Ten establishments (10) with Designated Smoking Area (DSA) applications in the city were inspected by the Smoke-Free City Task Force on April 22, 2021.

Based on the findings of the inspection, nine (9) DSAs were subject for approval given additional requirements are met. These are from Venus Park View Hotel, Cholo’s Place, Café Will, Texas Instrument, CAP John Hay Cultural and Trade Center, The Manor at Camp John Hay, Forest Lodge, Korean Palace and Club Myles.

Meanwhile, Spoon and Stone Café’s application was disapproved due to criteria for are not met.

Under Section 4 of COB 34 s 2017 requires DSAs to be open-space outside the building with no permanent or temporary roof or wall; must be 10-meter away from entrances, exits or any place where people pass or congregate; shall not have an area larger than ten (10) square meters and; where food and drinks are not served.

Moreover, in compliance to the COVID-19 health protocols, additional requirements were identified by the Task Force such as five (5) persons at a time in the DSA, maintaining of 1-meter physical distance of smokers or vapers, limited talking and time spent at the DSA and observance of proper hand washing before and after smoking or vaping.

The task force again reminds every establishments to apply for a DSA if applicable to avoid violations.

Establishments with existing DSA that was already approved by the task force previously are also encouraged to renew in compliance to the new implementing guidelines set by the task force that DSAs should be renewed every January annually regardless of the approval of the previous DSA.

[ Press Release ] Smoke-Free City Task Force reminds establishments to renew DSA permits

Establishments with authorized Designated Smoking Areas (DSA) are required to renew their permits according to the new implementation guidelines that were adopted during the quarterly meeting of the Smoke-Free City Task Force on March 25, 2021.

Based on the data of the Smoke-Free Baguio Office, as of March 2021, 12 establishments in the city have authorized DSAs. However, all DSAs permits have expired and therefore considered as unauthorized.

The task force warned business owners that failure to renew DSA have corresponding penalties as stipulated in the City Ordinance of Baguio (COB) 34 series of 2017 or the Smoke-Free Baguio Ordinance.

Section 5 strictly prohibits smoking in public places or in unauthorized designated smoking areas. Under Section 8, establishments knowingly allowing, abetting or tolerating smoking in their buildings without DSA permit will be sanctioned for Php1000 on first offense, Php2000 on second offense, and P3000, imprisonment or revocation of business permit on third offense.

Councilor Joel Alangsab, principal author of the Ordinance, already reminded some of the  establishments with DSAs to renew their DSAs. The renewal of DSA is every January, regardless of the day of approval of the previous DSA.

“DSAs must be identified and inspected by the Task Force not by the establishment. The business owner must apply for a permit and must comply to the criteria and standards of a DSA as defined in the Ordinance,” Alangsab said.

Section 4 of COB 34 s 2017 requires DSAs to be open-space outside the building with no permanent or temporary roof or wall; must be 10-meter away from entrances, exits or any place where people pass or congregate; shall not have an area larger than ten (10) square meters and; where food and drinks are not served.

Moreover, in compliance to the COVID-19 health protocols, additional requirements were identified by the Task Force such as five (5) persons at a time in the DSA, maintaining of 1-meter physical distance of smokers or vapers, limited talking and time spent at the DSA and observance of proper hand washing before and after smoking or vaping.

Establishments seeking to renew or apply for a DSA may visit Smoke-Free Office-Health Services Office to secure an application form. Application form can be downloaded at http://www.smokefreebaguio.com.

City Buildings and Architecture Office (CBAO), Permits and Licensing Office (PLD), HSO Sanitation Office and Smoke-Free Office will be responsible for the inspection and approval.

This new guideline shall take effect immediately according to the Task Force.#SmokeFreeBaguio

Baguio City Destroys P2.3M Worth of Seized Cigarettes

The Baguio City Smoke-Free Task Force, along with the city officials and the Baguio youth, destroyed around P2.3 million worth of cigarettes confiscated from violators of the Smoke-Free Baguio Ordinance on Monday, January 25, 2021.

The Task Force crushed 183.3 kilograms of cigarettes, 72.5 kilograms of momma with tobacco, 25 units of electronic nicotine devices, and promotional materials such as ash trays and display racks during the Baguio City flag ceremony. These items were confiscated from individual and establishment violators during enforcement operations.

The crushing of confiscated cigarettes was done as a testament of the city’s commitment of making Baguio Smoke-Free by strongly implementing the anti-smoking ordinance.

“Baguio City is now recognized as the top implementer of the Smoke-Free program at the national level and recipient of the prestigious DOH Red Orchid Award for the past two consecutive years,” said Councilor Joel Alangsab, City Councilor and Chairperson of the City Committee on Health and Sanitation.

He added that the fines collected from violations were used to purchase nicotine-replacement pastilles and were given for free to those who want to quit smoking.

“We are planning to strengthen the monthly compliance monitoring system for the Smoke-Free Baguio City Ordinance through the inspection of establishments and buildings, particularly on the provisions on Tobacco Advertisement and Promotions ban and access restriction, inspection of public conveyances and public terminals, healthcare and government facilities,” said Dr. Rowena Galpo, City Health Officer and Vice Chairperson of the Smoke-Free Task Force.

Compliance monitoring, distribution of IEC materials, advocacy activities, and massive information campaign in communities are some of the strategies that the city, through the Smoke-Free Baguio Project, has done to make Baguio City a model city in pushing for a Smoke-Free environment.

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Smoke-Free Baguio Launches Young Creators’ Contest For Baguio Youth

Smoke-Free Baguio launches an online contest for the Baguio youth as its final activity for the year. The Baguio youth are highly encouraged to participate the contest and winners will receive cash prizes and recognition for their works. The said activity is part of Smoke-Free Baguio’s seed grant for barangays.

The theme for the Young Creators’ Contest is the role of the youth in the anti-smoking program of Baguio City. Our tagline is “Sigaw ng Kabataan, para yosi ay maiwasan.”The contest is open to the Baguio youth (15-24 years old). Contests include essay/short story writing, poster making/digital art, songwriting and music video production, and short film production. The Young Creators’ Contest will run for the whole December and awarding will be done next year.

The contest is also endorsed by Councilors Joel Alangsab and Levy Orcales. SK officials are encouraged to share the activity to their constituents. To get access of the document of the contest and endorsement letter of the councilors, you may contact us through phone (0961 224 0783) or email (sfbaguiocity@gmail.com).

Concept Note

The Baguio City Smoke-Free Community and City Task Force are conducting Instruction, Education and Communication (IEC) campaigns to increase awareness among the constituents regarding the Ordinance 34 s 2017 (Smoke-Free Baguio Ordinance) and the ill effects of smoking and vaping in the whole City of Baguio.

The main purpose of the Ordinance is to safeguard public health by protecting the people from the harmful effects of smoking, tobacco consumption and vaping and it shall be applied to all residents and visitors in all places within the territorial jurisdiction of Baguio City.

The youth are the target market of the tobacco industry for all for money. According to the Baguio Youth Tobacco Survey (BYTS) 2019, there are 12.3 % current cigarette smokers among 13-15 years old. As young as they are, the Smoke-Free enforcers and advocates want to educate them the danger of smoking and vaping and how it can ruin their health and their future.

In the Smoke-Free Baguio Communication Plan, one of the main target audience of IEC campaigns are the youth. Also, in the Medium Term and Strategic Plan, educating and involving the youth in Smoke-Free activities were identified.

As such, this proposal is prepared to create activities for the young people at the community in the form of a Young Creators’ Contest. The contests will be divided into two categories (individual and group), with two contests in each category. Winners will receive a cash prize and their entries will be used as promotional materials.

The theme will be the role of the youth in the anti-smoking program of Baguio City. Our tagline is “Sigaw ng Kabataan, para yosi ay maiwasan.”

Smoke-Free Baguio City will help the participants by providing resources in Smoke-Free Baguio’s Facebook page (fb.com/smokefreebaguiocity) and Smoke-Free Baguio’s website (www.smokefreebaguio.com) during the contest proper.

Objectives

  • To educate the youth about the Smoke-Free Baguio Ordinance and the ill effects of smoking/vaping.
  • To empower the youth to become Smoke-Free champions
  • To produce Smoke-Free advocacy materials.

Contests and Mechanics

Individual Category

Poster Making/Digital Art Contest

  • The contest is open to ALL youth (15-24 years old), including amateur or professional artists in Baguio City.
  • The content of the painting or digital art should be original.
  • The painting or digital art must be related to the role of the youth in the anti-smoking program of Baguio City.
  • The painting or digital art must be two-dimensional.
  • The painting or digital art must not contain any vulgar, inappropriate, or offensive content.
  • Entries should be submitted in image format (JPEG or PNG).
  • The required and preferred resolution for the painting or digital art is 2000 x 1200 pixels or higher. The participant can draw the art in a clean paper then take a photo of the art, as long as the image is in good quality.
  • The participant should include the name of the painting, name of the artist, barangay, and size or dimension. The participant may also submit a short rationale of the painting or digital art.

Essay Writing/Short Story Contest

  • The contest is open to ALL youth (15-24 years old) in Baguio City.
  • The content of the essay or short story should be original.
  • The essay or short story must be related to the role of the youth in the anti-smoking program of Baguio City. It could be discussing the issues, or forwarding the advocacy, or presenting a case study of best practices of the community.
  • The essay or short story should have a minimum length of 500 words and should not exceed to 1000 words.
  • The essay or short story must not contain any vulgar, inappropriate, or offensive content.
  • Entries should be submitted in PDF format. The contestants should also include the name, age and barangay, and a word count at the end of the entry.

Group Category

Songwriting and Music Video Contest

  • The contest is open to ALL youth (15-24 years old) including amateur or professional composers, bands, musicians, or individual singers in Baguio City.
  • The lyrics and melody of the song, and the content of the video should be original.
  • The song composition must be related to the role of the youth in the anti-smoking program of Baguio City.
  • The song and video must be three to five (3-5) minutes only.
  • The song and video must not contain any vulgar, inappropriate, or offensive content.
  • Entries should be submitted in MP4 format. The contestants should also attach the song in MP3 format, along with the title and lyrics of the song in a Word document format.
  • The required and preferred specification for the music video is 720p (1280 x 720) or higher. The video can be created using cameras or phones as long as it follows the required and preferred specification.

Short Film Contest

  • The contest is open to ALL youth (15-24 years old), including amateur or professional filmmakers in Baguio City.
  • The content of the short film should be original.
  • The participant can use any genre for their short film (i.e. Documentary, Narrative, Musical, etc.) as long as it tackles the theme in their main story, dialogue, interactions, or visual elements
  • The short film must be related to the role of the youth in the anti-smoking program of Baguio City.
  • The short film must be three to five (3-5) minutes only.
  • The short film must not contain any vulgar, inappropriate, or offensive content. Smoking or vaping should be only filmed for the purpose of dramatization and actual tobacco/ENDS products should not be used.
  • Entries should be submitted in MP4 format. The contestants should also attach the cast, director, production team, title and rationale of the film in a Word document format.
  • The required and preferred specification for the music video is 720p (1280 x 720) or higher. The video can be created using cameras or phones as long as it follows the required and preferred specification.

Additional Mechanics and Criteria For Judging:

  • Entries can be submitted to sfbaguiocity@gmail.com or to the Smoke-Free Baguio City Office (3rd. Floor, Health Services Office, T. Alonzo, Baguio City).
  • The participant can also join more than one contest.
  • Once submitted, the individual agrees that:
    A. Entries will be posted in the Smoke-Free Baguio City Facebook page;
    B. The winning entry will be used by Smoke-Free Baguio and will be incorporated in Smoke-Free Baguio activities and IEC campaigns. Credit will be given throughout the use of the material.
  • The contest organizers shall not be responsible for late, lost, damaged, and misdirected submissions.
  • The judges will choose the winner through the following criteria stated below.
  • Additional points will be given to the entry with the most engagements on Facebook (reactions, comments, and shares).

Prizes

These will be the prizes that will be given to every contest:

INDIVIDUAL CATEGORY
First Prize: PHP5,000
Second Prize: PHP3,000
Third prize: PHP1,000

GROUP CATEGORY
First Prize: PHP10,000
Second Prize: PHP7,000
Third prize: PHP4,000

The winning entries will be credited for their work.


For more information and resources, contact us through our Facebook Page (Smoke-Free Baguio City), Facebook Account (Smoke-Free Baguio), Website (smokefreebaguio.com/contact), Email (sfbaguiocity@gmail.com), or cell phone number (0961 224 0783).

Smoke-Free Baguio Conducts MPOWER and Deputization Training

Smoke-Free Baguio City, in cooperation with the Baguio City Health Services Office, City Government of Baguio, and Smoke-Free Benguet – Transcending Institutions and Communities held an MPOWER and Deputization Training seminar for Smoke-Free Task Force members on October 22-23, 2020 in Venus Parkview Hotel, Baguio City.

The training aimed to strengthen the implementation of the Smoke-Free Baguio City Ordinance, build the capacity of the members using the MPOWER modules, and ensure the commitment of the participants to actively engage in the effective and efficient implementation of the ordinance.

The two-day session was attended by 31 participants from Baguio City Government offices, as well as 17 participants composed of local officials from Tuba, Benguet, and the staff of Smoke-Free Baguio and Smoke-Free Benguet with fund support from The Union.

The training included lectures, case studies, and an action planning session facilitated by different local health and enforcement trainers.

Discussions revolved around the MPOWER module: Monitoring tobacco use and tobacco industry activities; Protecting people from exposure to tobacco smoke; Offering help for smokers and vapers to quit; Warning people about the dangers of tobacco; Enforcing the ban on tobacco advertising, promotion and sponsorship; and Raising taxes or prices for tobacco.

The seminar also presented the City Ordinance 34, Series of 2017, much known as the Smoke-Free Baguio City Ordinance, and on how to enforce the said ordinance.

The training focused on the role of the enforcers in implementing and strengthening the ordinance, as well as advocate for a smoke-free city and generation. In addition, it helped clarify and discuss the issues, concerns and suggestions regarding tobacco control and the ordinance. It also facilitated the exchange of opinions and practices with the participants of Smoke-Free Benguet.

For two years, Smoke-Free Baguio has conducted a number of capacity-building trainings with around 500 participants in all the combined trainings. Trainings such as the MPOWER and Deputization have borne fruit in strengthening the Smoke-Free Baguio ordinance, as local communities and even neighbor municipalities embrace the program and advocacy.


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REMINDERS FOR ENFORCERS

-Fill up the citation ticket complete with COMPLETE address USE CARDBOARD
-If they are requesting for the further details ask them to write letter addressed to the Mayor as Chairman of the City Smoke-Free Task Force
-Ask the violator to sign citation ticket; Issue the yellow ticket
If no violation, congratulate them and commend them for being smoke-free compliant. Note in your form that they are compliant
-Post poster or sticker

Conduct of POST MEETING to discuss:
-Properly fill up the compliance monitoring form complete all the needed details
-Compare the citation tickets to the SF Monitoring Tool
-Count all confiscated items and surrender to Smoke-Free Office
-Endorse the white ticket to your barangay treasurer or secretary for claiming later of violators. Discuss issues and concerns – document and make proper reports endorsed to the concerned barangay captain
-Schedule of next monitoring visit

Submission of monthly report
-Fill out Barangay Monitoring Tool
-Attach photocopy of SF2 (Compliance Monitoring Tool)
-Submit every 5th of the month at the SF office or through here
-Barangay should have own copy
-Post pictures at Smoke-Free Facebook page to include number of establishments monitored,
-Issued citation ticket, violations and individual violators

Prepared and Ready Enforcer
-An enforcer must be prepared and ready prior to enforcement.

· Wear Uniform and ID; Bring compliance monitoring form and Citation Ticket

· Bring Pen, tape, plastic or eco bag; Bring IEC materials; Documentation device re: Camera

Enforcement Team
-Enforcement is not a one-man job. Everyone in the community can apprehend but only the deputized enforcer can issue a citation ticket.
-Every inspection and monitoring MUST be composed of a team: (Any 3)

· Deputized Enforcer; Police Representative; Barangay Kagawads

· Sangguniang Kabataan; Tanods/ BPAT; BHW/ BNS/ BNAO

· Members of the DHST; Sanitary Inspector; Others (identified by the Health District)

Enforcer’s Attitude and Capacity
-An enforcer KNOWS the policies. Familiarize self on the ordinance including RA 9211 and EO 26.
-An enforcer must be CALM at all times. Maximum tolerance
-Safety of enforcers is a priority
-Avoid heated arguments
-Consider weather conditions when scheduling inspections

How to SPOT violations in an establishment
-Ocular survey of the store/establishment. Only enter the store as far as any customer can. Never force your way in.
-Check for any tobacco advertisement or promotional materials.
-Posters, stickers, ash tray, tissue holders, lamp
-Check for open display of tobacco products
-Check for opened packs of cigarette that are possibly sold per stick