Carbon monoxide is a potentially deadly gas, which has earned the name of ‘the silent killer’. This gas is colourless, odourless and tasteless, and as such is extremely difficult to detect. However, there are many sources of carbon monoxide pollution, and everyday items within the home and office can pose a potential risk. Even your car or motor vehicle poses the risk of possible carbon monoxide poisoning.

The effects of carbon monoxide poisoning can be devastating, and this gas can and dies kills thousands of people each year. Some people don’t even realise that they have been poisoned, simply slipping away in to unconsciousness or a deep sleep from which they will never reawaken. For those that don’t die, carbon monoxide poisoning can still cause long term damage and permanent damage and disability.

In order to try and minimise the risks of carbon monoxide poisoning to you and your family, it is essential to know the causes, the treatments and how to recognise the symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning. This site will enable you to find out more about this deadly gas, and how you can help to minimise the risks in your home, car and office.

The articles on this site should enable you to get a more detailed insight into what carbon monoxide is, what sort of dangers it poses and how we can all help to minimise on the risks that could cause serious damage or death.

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