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Ten Minutes to Safety
Carbon Monoxide Alarms
in the Home
Today’s Presenter:
NATIONAL FIRE PROTECTION ASSOCIATION • YOUR SOURCE FOR SAFETY INFORMATION • WWW.NFPA.ORG
Listen….
Have you heard about the canary in the
coal mine?
NATIONAL FIRE PROTECTION ASSOCIATION • YOUR SOURCE FOR SAFETY INFORMATION • WWW.NFPA.ORG
CO Alarms in the Home
• Have working CO alarms at home.
• Install CO alarms outside sleeping areas
and on every level of the home.
• Follow the instructions on the package
for installation and maintenance.
• Test CO alarms monthly.
• Know the sounds the CO alarm makes
NATIONAL FIRE PROTECTION ASSOCIATION • YOUR SOURCE FOR SAFETY INFORMATION • WWW.NFPA.ORG
What should you do if CO is detected?
• Immediately move to a fresh air locations:
Outdoors or by an open window / door
• Make sure everyone in the home gets to fresh
air.
• Call the fire department from a fresh air
location.
• Stay there until help arrives.
NATIONAL FIRE PROTECTION ASSOCIATION • YOUR SOURCE FOR SAFETY INFORMATION • WWW.NFPA.ORG
Review
• How is a CO alarm like a canary in the coal
mine?
• What can you do to keep CO alarms working
properly?
• What should you do if the alarm alerts you
to CO in the home?
REMEMBER: Working CO alarms save lives!
NATIONAL FIRE PROTECTION ASSOCIATION • YOUR SOURCE FOR SAFETY INFORMATION • WWW.NFPA.ORG
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