Preventing carbon monoxide poisoning in the home

Recognizing chronic CO poisoning
The best course of action is to take responsibility yourself for keeping your home free of carbon monoxide. This involves three things: ensuring the correct functioning of all combustion devices such as boilers, gas ovens and hobs, fires and stoves; making sure that your home has adequate ventilation at all times; and fitting carbon monoxide detectors.

Ventilation is one of the key factors, but many homes are now more insulated, draught-proofed and sealed.

Counter Claim:
Most modern gas boilers are fitted with either balanced flues or fan-assisted flues, both of which take combustion air from outside the building and so are not affected buy the house draught-proofing.
Type Classification:
E: Emanations of other strategies
Related UN Sustainable Development Goals:
GOAL 3: Good Health and Well-being