Please sign petition for prime time TV warnings about CO

 

PLEASE SIGN OUR PETITION for prime time TV warnings about CO

https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/124796

Please pass on to your contacts. Thanks.

Please watch our one minute film about Sue who had carbon monoxide poisoning – could save your life http://www.co-gassafety.co.uk/one-survivors-story/

Thanks for the follow. See also our leaflet http://www.co-gassafety.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/CO-Gas-Safety-leaflet-about-carbon-monoxide-poisoning-30.10.15-3.pdf

 

Registered Gas Installers who are concerned about CO

I’ve been contacted by quite a few registered gas installers who can understand the difficulties suffered by consumers especially those poisoned by CO. The registered gas installers are frustrated by the lack of action by the official bodies and want change.
If you are interested please email Stephanie Email address is

office@co-gassafety.co.uk

New press pack 2016

Our new press pack 2016 has been published and added to the website with 20 years of data from 1995. It can be downloaded from http://www.co-gassafety.co.uk/resources/press-pack-2016/

Made presentation to Energy UK 18.12.15

Stephanie gave a presentation to Energy UK (trade organisation of the energy suppliers) about CO-Gas Safety, unintentional deaths & injuries from CO, what needs to be done to prevent these and what CO-Gas Safety is asking Energy UK for. All of the big 6 were represented by board level communication directors.

Stephanie was kindly supported by Frank Brehany of Holiday Travel Watch. This was the first time CO-Gas Safety had been allowed to make a presentation to the representatives of Energy UK.

Discussion included CO-Gas Safety’s work of:-

Victim support,

Lobbying for safety improvements,

The collection of data of deaths and injuries (677 deaths and over 4,700 near misses/injuries from unintentional CO in 19 years)

The CO-Gas Safety CO awareness competition and

The huge need for prime time TV warnings about CO which CO-Gas Safety had pointed out in 1995 and ever since .

The Corfu tragedy was also discussed along with the fact that the tour companies and ABTA had ignored many meetings with Consumer Safety International and CO-Gas Safety asking them to improve holiday safety as well as an article published in the Times in 1999, written by Stephanie Trotter suggesting an organisation to improve holiday safety (similar to the Advertising Standards’ Authority) or failing this, the setting up of an ‘Ofhol’.

Meeting with the GDNs 15.12.15

15th December 2015

Stephanie Trotter and John O’Leary had a meeting with the Gas Distribution Networks (Scotia Gas Networks, Northern Gas Networks, National Grid ad Wales & West Utilities) to discuss the CO Awareness competition.