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Preventing Carbon Monoxide Poisoning in the Domestic Environment

Preventing Carbon Monoxide Poisoning in the Domestic Environment

25th April 2016

This panel discussion hosted by APPCOG Chair Barry Sheerman MP looked in detail at the recommendations made in the Domestic Appliances Section of the 2015 APPCOG report, Carbon Monoxide: From Awareness to Action

The panel featured Chris Bielby, Chair of the Gas Industry Safety Group; Stacey Rodgers, Founder of the Dominic Rodgers Trust; Professor Paul Harrison, Visiting Professor on Environment and Health at Cranfield University; Professor Andy Shaw, researcher at the Built Environment school at Liverpool John Moores University; and Jane Everton, Deputy Director for the Better Rented and Leasehold Sector Division from the Department for Communities and Local Government.  A summary of the panel discussion can be downloaded to the right of this text (click Download File).  

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25 April panel discussion DomesticCO
Summary 25 April panel discussion CO in the domestic environment
Location
Macmillan Room