Michigan smoking laws cover all places of employment.
In Michigan, smoking is prohibited in all places of employment. Places of employment are defined as enclosed indoor areas that contain at least one workspace for at least one employee.
Michigan does not require employers to create designated smoking areas or provide other accommodations for smokers in the workplace.
Michigan doesn’t specifically require employers to provide workplace accommodations for nonsmoker employees.
Michigan laws don’t address employer policies on smoking in the workplace. Local laws regulating smoking -- at the city, county, or town level -- may require employers to have a policy on smoking in some areas. And even though it’s not required by law in Michigan, employers are generally free to adopt policies on smoking in the workplace if they choose to.
Michigan employers may not take retaliatory or adverse action against an employee or applicant for exercising rights under the state's workplace smoking laws.
Michigan's smoking laws can be found at Michigan Statutes sections 333.12601 through 333.12616. You can find additional information on workplace smoking laws in Nolo's books Your Rights in the Workplace, by Barbara Repa (Nolo) and The Employer's Legal Handbook, by Fred Steingold (Nolo).