Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
Carbon Monoxide (CO) is an odorless gas. CO is one of the most common chemical killers in industry and home. All industries include carbon monoxide among their potential hazards. The most common hazard of CO is poisoning. In 1970, the National Safety Council estimated that 1,600 people died from CO poisoning; 10,000 each year suffer from exposure the debilitating effects of CO. This program focuses on the danger of CO poisoning and the precautions to take in avoiding exposure.
Topics in this program include symptoms of CO, operation and symptoms of CO poisoning, effects on respiratory system, and acute CO poisoning.
Contents vary depending on program.
- Program Outline
- Carbon Monoxide (CO)