The Carbon Monoxide and Gas Safety Society (CO-Gas Safety) is an independent registered charity with cross party support at the Houses of Parliament and European Parliament. Barrister Stephanie Trotter, OBE has headed the charity as a full time volunteer since its launch in 1995, aided by other volunteers. Please note that Stephanie is not practising as a lawyer. The charity lobbies for changes to prevent fuel poisoning incidents, particularly warnings on prime time TV. Whenever it can, the charity provides confidential, free, independent help and advice. The charity runs a UK wide CO Awareness competition for primary school children kindly sponsored by the Gas Distribution Networks and, since 1995 also collects, collates and publishes independently verified data on deaths and injuries from carbon monoxide from all fuels.
Tel: 01983 564165 or 01483 561633
Mobile: 07803 088688
Please send a text or email if urgent and it is difficult to get through on the phone.
The Dominic Rodgers Trust has been raising awareness of the dangers of carbon monoxide since 2004 and has been a registered charity since 2009. Stacey Rodgers set up the Trust after her 10-year-old son Dominic died of carbon monoxide poisoning from a neighbour's flue and faulty boiler. The Trust, which is based in Kirklees, aims to campaign for high levels of gas safety, particularly related to the prevention of carbon monoxide poisoning and to spread educational and environmental programmes for children, parents, and families.
If you have any questions regarding the CO+SAVi Group, please contact any of the members listed above. A list of shared resources, including those made available by CO+ SAVi members, is available from the Shared Resources page.