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Carbon monoxide alarms delivered to RoSPA

5th September 2011 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander

A campaign that was formed in memory of two Newtonabbey teenagers has donated 300 carbon monoxide (CO) alarms to the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) and the Southern Health and Social Care Trust.

These devices can be an excellent accompaniment to health and safety signs and were donated by the Gis A Hug Foundation to participants at CO awareness workshops.

The group aims to highlight the dangers of CO poisoning as well as the importance of owning fuel-burning appliances that are serviced annually.

Gis A Hug Foundation representative Catherine McFerran said: "Gis A Hug Foundation is delighted to supply these 300 alarms to RoSPA and the Southern Health and Social Care Trust. When establishing the charity, RoSPA has been a great source of support and guidance to us."

It comes after the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health welcomed the government's defence of health and safety laws.

The coalition praised health and safety legislation, while criticising those who try to hide unfavourable decisions behind it.ADNFCR-2754-ID-800718753-ADNFCR


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