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Establish a written policy, including a signed agreement between employer and employee clearly outlining the rules, guidelines and requirements for participation. Coordinate AWS and flexible work schedules with co-workers to ensure adequate department and office coverage.

Encourage participation through e-mail notification and newsletters. Educate employers and employees on the health and environmental benefits of AWS.

DHEC Resources for Alternate Work Schedules

Take a Break from the Exhaust (TABFTE) is a computer program that tracks voluntary actions employees take to reduce air pollution. Employees are awarded points for reducing the amount of vehicle miles traveled (VMT) during the work week by carpooling, staying in the office for lunch, telecommuting, and using mass transit. TABFTE also provides ground-level ozone forecasts April 1st September 30th. Contact us for more information on TABFTE.

Additional Resources for Alternate Work Schedules

For more information please contact the Bureau of Air Quality at (803) 898-4123 or by email.