NFPA and CPSC announce Carbon Monoxide Alarm Safety Toolkit

NFPA and CPSC announced the toolkit at a press conference today at a Philadelphia fire station with Philadelphia Fire Commissioner Derrick J.V. Sawyer, NFPA President Jim Pauley, and CPSC Vice Chairman Robert Adler. The event highlighted CO safety, prior to the upcoming winter season, and included a local resident who spoke about how his CO alarm recently saved his life from CO traced to a faulty hot water heater.

Fuente:: NFPA – News Releases

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