The National Campaign to raise awareness of the dangers of carbon monoxide poisoning
We want people to be aware of the dangers of carbon monoxide poisoning and the importance of regular maintenance on all fuel-burning appliances such as gas cookers, gas grills and boilers, in addition to encouraging people to get their chimneys swept annually and to buy carbon monoxide alarms.
Project SHOUT was created after hearing Stacey Rodgers’ story and realising that so much more needs to be done to make people aware of both the life threatening dangers of carbon monoxide poisoning and also of the low cost solution that could save lives.
Project SHOUT is supported by FireAngel and AngelEye safety products – if you do not have a carbon monoxide alarm, please buy one today, see our buying guide for more information. You can support the cause too by shouting about our campaign – pledge your support by sharing on your social media feed and help us save lives today.
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We’ve created a useful poster and informative factsheets for you to download to help shout about the dangers of carbon monoxide poisoning. Download here
Watch our informative videos on what CO is; how to install a CO alarm; and find out What to do if your carbon monoxide alarm goes off.
To watch the Project SHOUT TV advert and to hear Louise and Stacey’s stories in full, visit the stories page, with exclusive behind the scenes footage.
Carbon Monoxide Awareness
For more information on the dangers of CO and advice on how to keep yourself and your family safe see our advice sections below.
Many people aren’t aware of carbon monoxide poisoning because they don’t know what carbon monoxide actually is. Find out how CO is produced and why it is so dangerous.
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Although carbon monoxide is extremely dangerous, there are precautions you can take in your home to reduce your risk and to protect yourself.
There are many potential sources of carbon monoxide both in and around your home, improve your safety and find out the most common sources of carbon monoxide.
Carbon monoxide is dangerous to everyone however, certain groups are more vulnerable to its effects than others.
If a CO leak occurs, it is important you and your family know what actions to take to ensure you survive this poisonous gas.
To find out where you can purchase a certified, reliable carbon monoxide alarm from.
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