Carbon Monoxide Alarms Can Save Lives

An alert from the Maine Emergency Management Agency
MEMA@subscriptions.maine.gov

Carbon monoxide alarms can save a life
12/04/2019 02:33 PM EST

Install carbon monoxide (CO) alarms inside your home to provide early warning of accumulating CO. CO alarms should be installed in a central location outside each separate sleeping area.

If bedrooms are spaced apart, each area will need a CO alarm.

Test CO alarms at least once a month and replace CO alarms according to the manufacturer’s instructions.



Categories: Safety in the Home

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