Carbon Monoxide Awareness

Stay safe in the Lake District

Carbon Monoxide Awareness Campaign

Thank you for taking part in our short survey about Carbon Monoxide.The survey will take two minutes to complete. If you provide your details at the end you could win a Carbon Monoxide alarm in our free prize draw.

Have you recently stayed in the Lake District on holiday?
If Yes
How often do you visit the Lake District?
Who did you go on holiday with?(Required)

What type of accommodation? Please tick as appropriate
Just put in Don't know if you are not sure.
Did the accommodation have any of the following ? Tick as appropriate
What are the danger signs of CO poisoning?
Are you aware of the camping 'do nots'
Have you seen any of the following Carbon Monoxide Awareness resources?
Before reading this information, how aware were you of the dangers of Carbon Monoxide (CO)?
How do you rate your knowledge of Carbon Monoxide (CO) now?
Regarding the information provided, how useful was it?
After reading the information, what further action are you likely to take?
Would you like to be added to our mailing list?(Required)
Thank you for taking part in our survey!

About this Project

The project is funded by Northern Gas who deliver gas to 2.7 million homes and businesses in the North East, Northern Cumbria and much of Yorkshire, and are committed to supporting the environment and local community.

Northern Gas are working hard to become a cleaner, greener business – reducing waste in their daily operations, and gearing up for a low carbon, sustainable future – targeting their daily operations to be net-zero by 2031. Before working with any business or organization we always follow our Working with Businesses Policy.

Given that we are seeing a significant increase in the number of first-time visitors to the Lake District National Park and visitors who are new to camping and cooking in confined spaces it is likely that they are not aware of the risks of CO, which could have devastating effects on individuals but also local communities and businesses.

This project will provide important and potentially life-saving information to visitors and residents of the Lake District and Cumbria, and we anticipate that the lessons learned in this pilot project in the Lake District and Cumbria will be transferrable to other destinations.

In addition to the campaign, the LDF will be supporting Northern Gas to raise awareness of the priority Service Register. The Priority Services Register is a free service provided by suppliers and network operators, which enables vulnerable customers to receive extra support such as free gas safety checks and priority services in case of an incident.

The Lake District Foundation is excited to deliver this campaign that will enable more people to enjoy the Lake District and experience the health benefits that accessing nature and wild spaces brings.

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