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Carbon Monoxide Resources Social Media Cards Facebook

Carbon Monoxide Social Media Cards

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This is a graphic of five household appliances – a dryer, a stove, a furnace, a water heater and a fireplace. The text beside the graphic says: “Fuel-burning appliances need to be serviced. Stay Safe from Carbon Monoxide: 1. Get an annual inspection of all fuel-burning appliances in your home. Find a registered contractor at COsafety.ca. 2. Check that outside vents and chimneys are not blocked. 3. Install carbon monoxide alarms and test them monthly. For more information contact your local fire department.” The Office of the Fire Marshal and Emergency Management logo appears in the bottom right corner. A graphic of a carbon monoxide alarm with the words: “Be Alarmed” appears in the top right corner.

This is a graphic of a group of people. Beside the graphic the text reads: “Everyone is at risk.  Stay Safe from Carbon Monoxide: 1. Get an annual inspection of all fuel-burning appliances in your home. Find a registered contractor at COsafety.ca. 2. Check that outside vents and chimneys are not blocked. 3. Install carbon monoxide alarms and test them monthly. For more information contact your local fire department.” The Office of the Fire Marshal and Emergency Management logo appears in the bottom right corner. A graphic of a carbon monoxide alarm with the words: “Be Alarmed” appears in the top left corner.

This is a picture of a carbon monoxide alarm. Beside the picture it says: “Be Alarmed: You Need to Be! Stay Safe from Carbon Monoxide: 1. Get an annual inspection of all fuel-burning appliances in your home. Find a registered contractor at COsafety.ca. 2. Check that outside vents and chimneys are not blocked. 3. Install carbon monoxide alarms and test them monthly. For more information contact your local fire department.” The Office of the Fire Marshal and Emergency Management logo appears in the bottom of the picture. A graphic of a carbon monoxide alarm with the words: “Be Alarmed” appears in the top left corner.

This is a graphic of figures with the following symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning: headache, dizziness, nausea, breathlessness, collapse, loss of consciousness. Beside the picture the text reads: “Recognize the Symptoms of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning. Stay Safe from Carbon Monoxide: 1. Get an annual inspection of all fuel-burning appliances in your home. Find a registered contractor at COsafety.ca. 2. Check that outside vents and chimneys are not blocked. 3. Install carbon monoxide alarms and test them monthly. For more information contact your local fire department.” The Office of the Fire Marshal and Emergency Management logo appears in the bottom of the picture. A graphic of a carbon monoxide alarm with the words: “Be Alarmed” appears in the top right corner.