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Beat the silent killer. In 2014, the Province declared the first week in November as the Official Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week.
Get a Free CO Alarm!During Carbon Monoxide Awareness Week 2018, Barrie Fire and Emergency Service is giving away free CO alarms to everyone who provides proof of having their furnace and fireplace professionally cleaned this year. Residents can visit Fire Station 1, 155 Dunlop Street West, or tag BFES on Facebook or Twitter to show their proof and claim their alarm.
Carbon Monoxide Awareness NightThursday, November 1, 5–8 p.m.Lowe's, 71 Bryne DriveWorkshops start at 5:30 p.m., 6:30 p.m. & 7:30 p.m.Carbon monoxide is a poisonous gas that you cannot see, smell or taste. Join Barrie firefighters for a free 30-minute workshop covering everything you need to know to stay safe from the silent killer. Sign up for workshops in person at Lowe's or by calling 705-797-5030.
Establishing an annual awareness week was part of Bill 77 passed in 2014, which made CO alarms mandatory in all Ontario homes. Working with partners to increase fire and carbon monoxide safety is part of the government's plan to keep Ontario families safe.
This public education campaign, Beat the Silent Killer, is led by fire services across the province. BFES hosts events to spread the message and raise awareness about the dangers of carbon monoxide and the importance of installing detectors in residential dwellings.
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