This year’s Gas Safety Week runs from 17 – 23 September and the theme is ‘Family Matters’ to remind people of the importance of protecting their loved ones from unsafe gas work by servicing their appliances regularly by an engineer.
Three quarters (75%) of people are unaware of the potentially fatal risk of carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning from barbecues. Two thirds (70%) wouldn’t suspect CO poisoning if they experienced headaches, dizziness or nausea after a barbeque. People in North East
With England’s quarter final clash with Sweden teaming up with continuing scorching weather tomorrow, the CO Be Alarmed campaign is advising the millions planning World Cup Barbecues how to stay safe. New research from the campaign reveals that 75% of
Following which? investigation into co alarms that failed safety tests, Energy UK’s CO Be Alarmed! campaign issued the below statement: Abbie Sampson, Director of External Affairs at Energy UK and CO Be Alarmed! spokesperson, said: “It’s shocking that Which? have