The All-Party Parliamentary Carbon Monoxide Group (APPCOG) is the leading forum for Parliamentarians from both the Houses of Commons and Lords, to work together to discuss ways of tackling carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning, to improve government policy on carbon monoxide safety, and to raise public awareness of the threat posed by deadly CO gas. Through its busy programme of events and research, the Group seeks to push the vital issue of carbon monoxide safety up the political agenda. In doing so, the Group works closely with a coalition of CO campaigners, charities and energy industry companies committed to tackling CO poisoning in the Stakeholder Forum.
Boat Safety Scheme
Find out how to go boating and stay safe with this link to useful information on the Boat Safety Scheme
The British Landlord’s Association
Below are some useful links for Landlord’s and a guide to carbon monoxide.
The Caitlin Brondolo Foundation
On May 31, 2009 Caitlin Brondolo lost her life tragically at the age of 12 to carbon monoxide poisoning. She and her best friend Amber Wilson were having a sleepover at Amber’s house while a car was mistakenly left running in the garage. A charitable foundation has been established to honor her memory.
Camping and Caravanning CLub
Follow the link below for more information about camping and caravanning safely and the dangers of CO poisoning.
Carbon Monoxide Be Alarmed!
Carbon Monoxide – Be Alarmed! is the national campaign to reduce the number of deaths and injuries caused by carbon monoxide. Since 2008, the campaign has encouraged people to install carbon monoxide alarms in their homes.
The carbon monoxide – Be Alarmed! campaign is run by Energy UK on behalf of British Gas, EDF Energy, EON, npower, ScottishPower and SSE, in partnership with the Dominic Rodgers Trust. Is is supported by a wide range of charities and other organisations.
A registered charity that supports the many victims of Carbon Monoxide (CO) poisoning and other products of combustion (POC), their families and friends. They campaign for the greater awareness to the dangers of carbon monoxide and other products of combustion associated with the burning of Gas, Oil, Coal and Wood. They also campaign for changes in the legislation covering the manufacture, installation and servicing of appliances burning the above fuels and lobby the Government and Industry to improve safety and raise awareness. They organise CO Awareness Week held each November.
CO Gas Safety
CO-Gas Safety is an independent registered charity which works to try to reduce accidents from Carbon Monoxide (CO) poisoning and other gas dangers. We lobby for changes, which will help to achieve this. We also help and advise victims whenever we can.
This charity runs almost entirely on volunteers and relies on donations. Please donate to save lives and preserve health.
CoGDEM is the Council of Gas Detection and Environmental Monitoring. The goal of this council is to improve the efficiency and development of the gas detection, gas analysis, and environmental monitoring industry.
With other forty years providing expertise and building trust, CORGI Technical Services has been operating from the centre of the gas industry. Working with government, manufacturers, distributors, merchants and industry experts, CORGI has had a significant impact on improving gas safety in the UK. CORGI continues to support The Gas Safety Trust (formally The CORGI Trust) financially as the charity carries out research, training and education in Carbon Monoxide awareness.
Dominic Rodgers Trust
Dominic Rodgers died in 2004 as a result of Carbon Monoxide poisoning that came from a neighbour’s faulty boiler. The carbon monoxide seeped through brickwork and killed him as he slept.
Gas Safe Register
The Gas Industry Safety Group (GISG) brings the principal organisation in the UK industry together to promote gas safety. Formed in 2000, GISG aims to promote gas safety by improving co-operation amongst the industry players, dissemination of best practice and providing a forum for them to address safety issues collectively.
Health and Safety Executive
Hazel Woodhams Memorial
Follow the link below to discover the 5 essential tips for Carbon Monoxide Safety
Safer Tourism Foundation