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    BBC 'How Safe Is Your House?' highlights gas safety

    A BBC programme has exposed the dangerous work of an illegal gas engineer, in conjunction with Forum member Gas Safe Register.

    'How Safe Is Your House?' investigates household safety and hunts down shoddy workmanship, and is presented by Angellica Bell, Mark Clemmit and Mark Millar.

    The episode is available to watch on BBC iPlayer here.

  • New Feature

    Festival goers reminded of dangers of carbon monoxide

    Organisations including Glastonbury festival, the Gas Safe Register, Public Health Englandthe Gas Safety Trust, Cumbria County Council and ITV Border have issued warnings to campers about carbon monoxide poisoning.
     
    A poll carried out on behalf of the Gas Safety Trust found that 49pc of those who had been to a festival in the last six months, said that they would use a barbecue inside their tent, with potentially fatal consequences.
     
    Glastonbury have tweeted this advice to their followers in preparation for the festival. 
     
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  • New Feature

    Dominic Rodgers Trust host Dominic's Day: 30 April

    The gas distribution networks have partnered with the Dominic Rodgers Trust to highlight the importance of carbon monoxide safety. 
     
    Dominic Rodgers would have been 21 this April, but he tragically died of carbon monoxide poisoning when he was just 10 years old.
     
    The Trust was set up following his death, which was caused by a faulty boiler at a neighbouring property.
     
    For updates on Dominic's Day please check @TheDRTrust or @campaignstace on twitter.
  • New Feature

    Welcome to the new Carbon Monoxide All Fuels Action Forum website

    The Carbon Monoxide All Fuels Action Forum exists to bring together all organisations and stakeholders committed to tackling carbon monoxide poisoning in the UK. 

    We're keen to hear from any organisation or individual who shares our commitment to eradicating carbon monoxide poisoning in the UK. 

    Please get in touch.

The Carbon Monoxide All Fuels Action Forum is a coalition of energy industry representatives, medical professionals, researchers, campaigners, and others committed to tackling carbon monoxide poisoning in the UK.