GAS SAFETY TIPS
(Carbon monoxide poisoning visual guide )
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Go outside into the fresh air immediately! Alternatively open all windows.To help prevent the possibility of CO poisoning you must install a carbon monoxide detector in your home.
To help prevent the possibility of CO poisoning you must install a carbon monoxide detector in your home.
It is a landlord’s duty to have CO detectors installed in tenanted properties. If they haven’t already done so, contact them immediately as failure in doing so could lead to a heavy fine.
In addition to knowing the signs and installing a CO detector, it’s also vital that you arrange for an annual boiler service and gas safety check. If you would like to arrange a service please get in touch