Do you know the symp­toms of car­bon monox­ide poi­son­ing?

It can range from sim­ple headaches to se­vere con­vul­sions and even death

Stanstead Journal - - NEWS -

Whilethe risk of ex­po­sure in­creases in cold weather, it is im­por­tant to re­mem­ber a few sim­ple steps to pre­vent car­bon monox­ide build up in your home. of sleep­ing ar­eas. You can use a marker to re­mind your­self when it was in­stalled and when it should be re­placed. and water heaters are well main­tained and in­spected by a pro­fes­sional at least once a year. keep the doors be­tween your house and the garage closed. For more in­for­ma­tion on sources of ex­po­sure and health risks, please visit:­semt/air/in/poll/com­bus­tion/car­bon-eng.php To ob­tain more de­tails on health risks in the en­vi­ron­ment, visit: haz­ards-risques/in­dex-eng.php

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