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    Public Health England publishes BBQ camping warning video

    With Easter around the corner, Public Health England has released a video warning viewers of the dangers of carbon monoxide from barbecues. 

    In its 2015 inquiry report, the All-Party Parliamentary Carbon Monoxide Group focussed on 'Campsite Environments', highlighting the increasin focus on this area of danger. Click here for more details.

    Follow Public Health England on twitter (@PHE_UK).

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    Gas Safety Trust launches online Carbon Monoxide Portal

    The Gas Safety Trust launched its new CO portal at an event held at the Science Museum in London.

    The Portal has been created to host and signpost data and information relating to carbon monoxide in the UK as recommended in the 2011 All-Party Parliamentary Carbon Monoxide Group report, ‘Preventing Carbon Monoxide’.

    Visit the CO Portal website here.

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    National Media report on new Katie Haines Memorial Trust campaign

    The Evening Standard, BBC, Daily Mirror and other media outlets have talked to the family of Katie Haines, who drowned in 2010 when she was overcome by carbon monoxide and slipped under the water.

    Gordon Samuel, Katie Haines' father, was also interviewed on London Live with Baroness Finlay. The interviews coincide with a new video produced by the Katie Haines Memorial Trust to encourage alarm ownership.

    Click here to watch the new Katie Haines Memorial Trust video.

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    IGEM Knowledge is Power conference hailed as great success

    A huge cross-industry conference looking at ways to tackle deadly carbon monoxide poisoning has been hailed a great success and plans are already in the making to involve the 'big six' in next year's event.
     
    With support from the All Fuels Action Forum, the second annual IGEM CO conference took place in Westminster, and featured a keynote speech from All-Party Parliamentary Carbon Monoxide Group co-Chair, Baroness Finlay of Llandaff.
     
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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.

    A clip of the team confronting a serial offender who has been carrying out illegal gas work is available to watch on BBC iPlayer here.

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    Welcome to the 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.