Smokefree Sign - Smokefree at all Times

Free

Smokefree metal signs for outdoor use only.

Orders up to a maximum of 10 signs (smokefree and auahi kore combined) will be automatically approved. If you require more than 10 free signs you will be emailed a justification form to complete. That form is to be returned to the smokefree team at smokefree@hpa.org.nz for consideration.

Please note that these signs can also be purchased. If you would like more information about this option please email smokefree@hpa.org.nz.

You might also be interested in the smokefree cardboard stencil that is intended for multiple use.

Specifications: Rectangular metal sign for outdoor use only. Four small screw holes in each corner and two on the long edge. 600mm x 150mm.

Free (up to a maximum of 10)

NB: From 11 May 2021 under the Smokefree Environments and Regulated Products (Vaping) Amendment Act 2020, all schools, early childhood education facilities and care centres must, in addition to the existing requirement to display ‘no smoking’ notices will be required to display 'no vaping' notices. We are currently developing these resources, and ask that you check back here in the early part of 2021.

Auahi Kore sign - Auahi Kore at All Times

Free

Please note: these signs are currently in production. We hope to be able to fulfil new orders before Christmas 2020.

Smokefree metal signs for outdoor use only.

Orders up to a maximum of 10 signs (smokefree and auahi kore combined) will be automatically approved. If you require more than 10 free signs you will be emailed a justification form to complete. That form is to be returned to the smokefree team at smokefree@hpa.org.nz for consideration.

Please note that these signs can also be purchased. If you would like more information about this option please email smokefree@hpa.org.nz.

You might also be interested in the smokefree cardboard stencil that is intended for multiple use.

Specifications: Rectangular metal sign for outdoor use only. Four small screw holes in each corner and two on the long edge. 600mm x 150mm.

Free (up to a maximum of 10)

NB: From 11 May 2021 under the Smokefree Environments and Regulated Products (Vaping) Amendment Act 2020, all schools, early childhood education facilities and care centres must, in addition to the existing requirement to display ‘no smoking’ notices will be required to display 'no vaping' notices. We are currently developing these resources, and ask that you check back here in the early part of 2021.

 

Smokefree 2025 Sticker Sheet (40 x 40mm) - English

Free

Smokefree 2025 stickers.

Each sheet contains 16 stickers.

In the quantity box below please indicate the number of sticker sheets you would like to order.

NB: From 11 May 2021 under the Smokefree Environments and Regulated Products (Vaping) Amendment Act 2020, all schools, early childhood education facilities and care centres must, in addition to the existing requirement to display ‘no smoking’ notices will be required to display 'no vaping' notices. We are currently developing these resources, and ask that you check back here in the early part of 2021.

Auahi Kore 2025 Sticker Sheet (40 x 40mm) - Māori

Free

Auahi Kore 2025 stickers.

Each sheet contains 16 stickers.

In the quantity box below please indicate the number of sticker sheets you would like to order.

NB: From 11 May 2021 under the Smokefree Environments and Regulated Products (Vaping) Amendment Act 2020, all schools, early childhood education facilities and care centres must, in addition to the existing requirement to display ‘no smoking’ notices will be required to display 'no vaping' notices. We are currently developing these resources, and ask that you check back here in the early part of 2021.

Smokefree Stencil - Large Size

Free

Re-usable cardboard stencil for smokefree areas. To use, place the stencil on the surface to be labelled and either paint or spray over.

Please note this resource is intended for schools, businesses and organisations. It can be used multiple times. We will only approve orders containing one stencil per organisation.

Cardboard stencil - 800mm x 200mm.

NB: From 11 May 2021 under the Smokefree Environments and Regulated Products (Vaping) Amendment Act 2020, all schools, early childhood education facilities and care centres must, in addition to the existing requirement to display ‘no smoking’ notices will be required to display 'no vaping' notices. We are currently developing these resources, and ask that you check back here in the early part of 2021.

Smokefree Stencils - Small Size

Free

Re-usable cardboard stencil for smokefree areas. To use, place the stencil on the surface to be labelled and either paint or spray over.

Please note this resource is intended for schools, businesses and organisations. It can be used multiple times. We will only approve orders containing one stencil per organisation.

Cardboard stencil - 200mm x 100mm.

NB: From 11 May 2021 under the Smokefree Environments and Regulated Products (Vaping) Amendment Act 2020, all schools, early childhood education facilities and care centres must, in addition to the existing requirement to display ‘no smoking’ notices will be required to display 'no vaping' notices. We are currently developing these resources, and ask that you check back here in the early part of 2021.

Play Your Best Card - take home pamphlet (bundle of 30)

Free

These pamphlets help are given to young people to encourage them to reflect on their conversations after playing Play Your Best Card, a team-based game that encourages teens to have conversations on a range of topics relevant to young people.

Find out about Play Your Best Card.

Play Your Best Card – game

Free

Play Your Best Card is a team-based game that encourages teens to have conversations on a range of topics relevant to young people. It also encourages them to discuss challenges and what to do in a range of different situations.

The game is key to raising awareness of youth organisations that you can contact when you need help. It aims to inspire teens’ critical thinking and encourage them to have conversations about issues that they are going on for them right now, or that they might encounter in the future.

For more details, visit www.hpa.org.nz/education/play-your-best-card.