Tobacco Plain packaging Enforcement Policy

Tobacco Plain Packaging Enforcement Policy

The Tobacco Plain Packaging Enforcement Policy ('Enforcement Policy') explains the options for enforcement of the Tobacco Plain Packaging Act 2011 and the Tobacco Plain Packaging Regulations 2011 (together, the legislation) and the strategies and priorities that will guide decisions about enforcement actions. The Enforcement Policy and frequently asked questions and answers are available at the links below.

Enforcement Policy
  • Tobacco Plain Packaging Enforcement Policy (PDF 509 KB)
  • Tobacco Plain Packaging Enforcement Policy (HTML)

    Questions and answers on the Enforcement Policy:
  • Tobacco Plain Packaging Enforcement Policy FAQs (PDF 245 KB)
  • Tobacco Plain Packaging Enforcement Policy FAQs (HTML)

    The Enforcement Policy is also available in languages other than English for people from non-English speaking backgrounds.

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