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Bucks and MK Fire Sep 29
Only around 15 per cent of households in the UK have carbon monoxide (CO) alarms. We recommend CO alarms should be fitted in all areas where there is a fuel-burning appliance
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National Fire Chiefs Council Sep 29
We recommend carbon monoxide alarms should be fitted in all areas where there is a fuel burning appliance. You cannot smell or taste carbon monoxide. Without detection you and your family can easily miss the signs of poisoning
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Smart Compliance Sep 28
Do you have a detector in your home? If not, your family could be at risk of the ! Make sure you have at least one so you can be alerted of in an emergency.
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Smart Compliance Sep 27
Make sure to have your swept regularly to prevent and build-up of !
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Lincoln South Fire Station 22h
Fit CO alarms in all rooms where there is a fuel burning appliance.
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Gas Industry Safety Group - GISG Sep 28
Always use a Gas Safe Registered engineer to fit, fix or service your gas appliances
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Smart Compliance Sep 25
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Derbyshire Fire & Rescue Service Sep 28
If you use solid, liquid or gas fuel in your home you should have Carbon Monoxide detection alarms.
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Lincoln South Fire Station 22h
If your home has cooking or heating appliances which do not run off electricity, you should also have carbon monoxide detectors.
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Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service Sep 29
We recommend carbon monoxide alarms be fitted in all areas where there is a fuel burning appliance. Could you recognise the symptoms of poisoning? Find out more about the dangers & keeping safe at
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Gas Industry Safety Group - GISG Sep 27
When did you last have your boiler serviced? Don't risk CO poisoning
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Office of Illinois State Fire Marshal 23h
A couple very important questions that you should answer yes to... ❓ Do you have a CO detector in your home? ❓ If yes, do you know where it is located? ❓ Is it working? If no or you didn't know, don't wait go check or purchase a new one and install it!
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Smart Compliance Sep 28
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Smart Compliance Sep 29
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Gas Industry Safety Group - GISG Sep 25
Do you know the signs and symptoms of CO poisoning?
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Gas Industry Safety Group - GISG Sep 29
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Smart Compliance Sep 29
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Smart Compliance 5h
It's time for another ! This week's question is… Who's at risk for poisoning? Come back for answers tomorrow at 10:00!
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Richmond Hill Fire Sep 25
When was the last time your was swept? If it's been a while, you could be at risk of and poisoning!
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