E-cigarette ban for Caerphilly council staff
Staff are to be banned from using electronic cigarettes in Caerphilly council-owned buildings and vehicles.
The council said the policy strengthened its efforts to make its premises a healthy and smoke-free work environment for employees and visitors.
Aneurin Bevan University Health Board, which covers Caerphilly, has already banned e-cigarettes.
The Welsh government has said it will prohibit their use in public places.
The council has not set a date for the introduction of the ban but a spokesman said it was imminent.
The policy will not apply to members of the public using council facilities.