Schools Invest in Vape Detection Systems as Vaping Incidences Among Children Rise

July 26, 2023 by ifsecglobal.com

Schools Invest in Vape Detection Systems as Vaping Incidences Among Children Rise

Latest figures from Action on Smoking and Health (ASH) suggest that more than 20% of children have tried vaping. While just under 12% of children and teenagers only vaped once or twice, 7.6% were regularly vaping. The increased incidence of children vaping has led to schools installing vape detection systems – particularly in toilets where pupils tend to gather to vape. The advantage of (...)



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