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You can order printed copies of Safety Guides by e-mailing your request to email@example.com. Include the safety guide's name, link and number of copies of the safety guide you would like to order, along with your name, mailing address and e-mail address. You should receive your order in 3-4 weeks.
Protect your family from carbon monoxide dangers.
Never use portable heaters or lanterns while sleeping in enclosed areas such as tents, campers and vehicles.
Always use portable generators outside, far from the home. Never operate a generator inside a home, garage, basement, crawlspace or shed, or near a window or exterior vent.
Deadly dangers exist after a hurricane strikes. Safety tips on portable generators, candles, gasoline, charcoal and appliances.
CPSC is sponsoring a nationwide carbon monoxide safety poster contest to help warn people about the dangers of CO. Create a poster about the dangers of carbon monoxide and win prize money.
Protect yourself from carbon monoxide when using portable generators. Carbon monoxide is a poisonous gas and can kill you.
Make sure to use charcoal grills outside only. Follow these safety tips to avoid carbon monoxide poisoning from charcoal grills.
Use portable generators outside only and far from your home. Never operate them indoors or in the garage.
Guidance for first responders about residential carbon monoxide incidents.
Carbon monoxide (CO) is an invisible killer. Learn about the warning signs and how to prevent CO poisoning.
Using a generator indoors can kill you in minutes. Generator exhaust contains carbon monoxide. This is a poison you cannot see or smell. Only use a generator outside, far away from windows, doors and vents.
Inspect, detect and protect against odorless, colorless carbon monoxide poisoning.
An 8th grader from Hawaii won CPSC's carbon monoxide poster contest in 2011 with this poster.
Carbon monoxide, also known as CO, is called the "Invisible Killer" because it's a colorless, odorless, poisonous gas. Learn how to prevent a CO Tragedy
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