Protect Residents from Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

Protect Residents from Carbon Monoxide Poisoning



Site owners and managers beware: This is the time of year when accidental carbon monoxide poisonings peak. Carbon monoxide is a colorless, odorless gas that's produced when fuel is incompletely burned. In the winter months, faulty furnaces and fuel-burning appliances, and snow-covered or blocked furnace vents, chimneys, flues, and air intakes are top contributors to carbon monoxide poisonings.

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