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Common Household Sources of Carbon Monoxide
Common Household Sources of Carbon Monoxide

The dangers surrounding carbon monoxide exposure are well-documented. However, you must recognize the causes of carbon monoxide poisoning in a standard setting. If you know the causes of carbon monoxide poisoning , you can identify where negligence may exist. You may find ...

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Blog posts in Carbon Monoxide Exposure

  • Symptoms of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

    Carbon monoxide, the silent killer, is one of the most dangerous gases that you may not know about. It is called the silent killer because you may ...

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  • What Causes Carbon Monoxide Poisoning?

    Exposure to carbon monoxide, or CO, can be extremely dangerous and may result in serious health complications, including brain injury and death. These ...

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  • Carbon Monoxide Poisoning: Who Is Liable?

    As a colorless and odorless gas, carbon monoxide is produced by burning fuel, such as natural gas, fuel oil, coal, wood, and charcoal. Unfortunately, ...

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  • Carbon Monoxide Is A Silent Killer, But It Can Be Avoided

    Carbon Monoxide is an odorless, tasteless, colorless gas which has the ability to kill you. When home appliances, such as portable generators, are not ...

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  • Change Alarm Batteries For Daylight Saving Time To Prevent CO Poisoning

    Daylight Saving Time begins on March 11 and the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is reminding consumers in California and across the ...

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  • Recognizing The Symptoms Of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

    Carbon monoxide (CO) is a colorless, odorless, and tasteless gas that is incredibly difficult for a person to notice without the aid of a detector. CO ...

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  • Carbon Monoxide Detectors Now Mandatory In Many California Homes

    California’s Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Prevention Act has made it mandatory for California homes with a fossil fuel source, attached garage, or both ...

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  • Stay Warm and Safe This Winter with These Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Tips

    With winter approaching, more and more houses will be using heaters and keeping doors and windows closed in order to stay warm in Northern California. ...

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  • Carbon Monoxide Detector Installation Mandatory For California Residences

    Homeowners in California have until July 1 to install carbon monoxide detectors in their homes in order to comply with a new state law, according to ...

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