• Have your gas heater serviced and tested by an appropriately trained and licensed gasfitter at least once every two years. Punto de vista del narrador de la obra los miserables. • When using a gas heater, be aware of how to use it safely.
Always follow the operating instructions on the appliance or in the manual. • Health problems that seem to be worse or only occur when the heating is on may be caused by carbon monoxide from a faulty gas heater.
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Be aware of the symptoms of carbon monoxide and seek medical attention if necessary. • If you have an old open-flued gas heater, consider safe alternative heating or replacing with a room-sealed gas heater or split system at the next opportunity. • Consider buying an audible carbon monoxide alarm that meets EU or US standards. Gas heaters need to be professionally installed and serviced by a trained and qualified gasfitter.
An unsafe heater can cause a house fire or pollute your home with dangerous fumes including carbon monoxide. Having your gas heater serviced at a minimum of every two years by a qualified gasfitter, can help keep your family safe. Some gas heaters have been identified as posing a serious health risk. The Department of Health and Human Services Victoria advises that you do not use a Vulcan Heritage or Pyrox Heritage gas heater in your home until it has been tested and serviced by a qualified gasfitter. Health problems linked to faulty gas heaters A faulty gas heater can cause serious health problems.
Health problems that seem to be worse or only occur when the heating is on may be caused by carbon monoxide (CO) from a faulty gas heater. Carbon monoxide is colourless and odourless.
High levels of carbon monoxide in the air are very dangerous and may cause people to pass out or even die. Children, pregnant women and their unborn babies, older people, and people with chronic illnesses such as heart and lung disease are at increased risk from air pollutants, including carbon monoxide.
Symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning include: • tiredness • shortness of breath • headaches • dizziness • nausea • weakness • confusion • chest pain If you suspect you may be affected by carbon monoxide, open windows and doors, turn off the appliance and go outside to breathe fresh air. See your GP and ask whether your symptoms may be related to carbon monoxide, and get your gas heater serviced before you use it again. If you are not using your gas heater, consider safe alternative ways of keeping warm, as cold temperatures may also cause health problems, particularly for young children, older people and those with chronic illnesses. If you know someone in this situation, consider checking on them and what you might be able to do to help. Have your heater serviced regularly All types of gas heaters should be serviced a minimum of every two years by a licenced gasfitter and tested for carbon monoxide spillage. This includes all central heating units, space heaters, wall units and gas log fires.