ENA call for carbon monoxide alarm improvement

The Energy Networks Association has given its support to a campaign after a report from a parliamentary inquiry revealed that 50 people die every year from carbon monoxide poisoning. ENA […]

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By Tom Gibson

The Energy Networks Association has given its support to a campaign after a report from a parliamentary inquiry revealed that 50 people die every year from carbon monoxide poisoning.

ENA Chief Executive David Smith welcomed the report: “The recommendations from this report are very important and point to the need for increased support and cooperation between the industry, government and health professionals.

“A lot of work is being done to address this and raise awareness but the numbers affected by this silent killer show that there is room for improvement by including greater detection and developing better regulation.”