Gas Safety Trust becomes CO Research Trust

The Gas Safety Trust will now be known as The CO Research Trust, to provide a more accurate reflection of the work it carries out. The organisation has also announced that Baroness Finlay will become the new Chair of the Board of Trustees.   “Our vision is a world where people are not exposed to […]

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81% of consumers support carbon labelling

Four out of five UK consumers support the concept to ‘carbon label’, such as a journey on public transport or an energy bill, according to a survey undertaken by GHD in October. The survey of 1,002 people into UK consumers’ understanding of the environmental impact of their daily habits also found that three out of […]

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3 myths busted about carbon monoxide safety

Although practising carbon monoxide (CO) safety may seem obvious to experienced installers, it’s vital to bear in mind that the public at large may need guidance. By explaining misconceptions to customers, installers can ensure safety and build trust. Ahead of Gas Safety Week, Adrian Keats at Honeywell Home Safety business breaks down the need-to-know facts. […]

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Gas Safe Europe calls for even tighter safety rules on smoke and gas alarms

New rules introduced in Scotland to improve household safety could be even tighter, says John Stones, Managing Director of Gas Safe Europe: Under the regulations, every home in the country must have a smoke alarm fitted in the living room and in areas such as hallways and landings. There must also be carbon monoxide (CO) alarms […]

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Gas Safe Register launches new video to highlight dangers of "Silent Killer" carbon monoxide

To mark the eighth annual Gas Safety Week, Gas Safe Register has created a video to demonstrate how carbon monoxide can be missed from the home safety checks.  Gas Safe Register has found that people are much more likely to own a smoke alarm (76%) than an audible carbon monoxide alarm (47%) despite the fact that carbon monoxide (CO) […]

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