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Ministry of Emergency Situations warns the population on the danger of carbon monoxide (Video)

The increase in the demand for natural gas in the winter season brings sometimes to violation of safety rules during the use of gas devices and this in background creates the danger of carbon monoxide. To avoid this danger, which can result in death following guidelines should be followed:

  • gas device must be in good condition and standards;
  • space above device must be not less than 2 meters and 20 centimeters in height;
  • chimney system should work, an outlet window should be open;
  • ventilation pipe must exist in the bathroom, the door must be holes in its bottom;
  • smoke chimneys should be cleaned twice a year.

Remember! Carbon monoxide is odorless, does not feel!

Symptoms of poisoning: headache, dizziness, nausea, weakness.

People poisoned by carbon monoxide should be taken to the clean air, to get loosened from tight clothes, an ambulance must be called immediately!

Remember: Rules indifference - is a threat to our lives!

Call to 112 in case of danger!

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