Monday, November 15, 2010

National Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week 2010

begins today, November 15th, with an event in the House of Lords. I cannot put the formal programme up because it is a PDF and this site only allows for JPEGs, but the working notes from which I created it are as follows;

Monday 15th November

House of Lords.
Time. 10 am for a 10.30 am start.
Finish time. 1 pm room til 1.30 pm.

Graham Evans MP Chair. 5 mins
Baroness Finlay. Sponsor. 5 mins
Nick Atkin CEO Halton Housing Trust "Gas Safety: The Landlords Role". 10 mins,
Les Staines Gas Contract Manager. Hackney Homes. Findings on Carbon monoxide Investigations.10mins.
Laura Carter. My story. 10 mins
Dr. Ed Walker, Associate Specialist, Emergency Department "CO and the Brain: Fact or Fiction?' 20 mins
Stephen Baker. BA (Hons), Partner, Harris Fowler Solicitors. 'Carbon Monoxide poisoning-the legal challenge'. 15 mins
Gary Oakford. Merseyside Fire and Rescue. Reducing Health Inequalities – reducing preventable deaths. 15mins.
Tony Brunton: Chair for the Charities Trustees. 15 mins
Families who have been effected by CO chance to speak max 5 mins each. 20 mins.
Question and Answer 20 mins
Lynn Griffiths. Charities president. Thank you. 5 mins.

There is a really good article on the Merseyside Police website too which you might find interesting about Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week. A big thank you to them for the publicity and public information sharing

1 comment:

scouseboy said...

I know this is a subject very close to your heart. Every home should have a Carbon monoxite sensor fitted.