Avoiding Carbon Monoxide Exposure in Cold Weather: Fact Sheet Now in Spanish

Official Message No.:111596-11-30-2022-PHUP
Contact Info: Richard | Richard.Opiekun@doh.nj.gov
Marija | Marija.Borjan@doh.nj.gov
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The weather is getting colder and heaters are being turned up.  In order to prevent exposure to carbon monoxide, remember to make sure your furnace is in good working order and serviced regularly.

Also, check to make sure your CO detectors are in working order. 

We have now included a Spanish language version of the fact sheet.

https://www.nj.gov/health/ceohs/documents/ceohs%20content/CO_poisoning_homeowners2021_May_2021.pdf (English version)

https://www.nj.gov/health/ceohs/documents/ceohs%20content/CO_poisoning_homeowners_sp.pdf (Spanish version)

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