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All Fuels Action Forum’s Carbon Monoxide: Healthcare Perspectives Report Launch
11 October 2017, Macmillan Room, House of Commons, London
This report by members of the APPCOG Medical and Healthcare Professionals Advisory Group (COMED) provides an experiential review of current knowledge and practice regarding the diagnosis and management of carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning in the healthcare system. It identifies gaps in knowledge and practice and provides recommendations to close these gaps.
Carbon Monoxide: Biomarkers Workshop
7 September 2017, Energy Networks Association, London
The Gas Safety Trust, supported by the British Toxicological Society held a workshop in central London, Chaired by Baroness Finlay of Llandaff and attended by clinicians and toxicologists working in this area.
Attendees considered current research into new biomarkers, what lessons could be learnt from similar areas of research and how we might explore and challenge thinking, to answer questions relating to the neurological effects associated with CO exposure. To read the press release click here.
Gas Industry Awards 2017
9 May 2017, Hilton Park Lane, London
The event, organised by The Institution of Gas Engineers and Managers (IGEM) and The Energy and Utilities Alliance (EUA), saw over 600 attendees gather to celebrate the largest event of the gas industry calendar. This annual event honours the outstanding companies and people who make the gas great.
This year, GST's Chairman Chris Bielby was honored at the event for his outstaning contribution to his field. Chris, who is SGN’s Director of Industry Liaison, received a special recognition award for leadership.
Gas Safety Trust's CO Portal Launch Event
29 January 2015, Science Museum, London
The Gas Safety Trust yesterday launched its new carbon monoxide (CO) portal (www.coportal.org) at an event held at the Science Museum in London. The Portal has been created to host and signpost data and information relating to carbon monoxide in the UK as recommended in the 2011 All Party Parliamentary Gas Safety Group report ‘Preventing Carbon Monoxide’.
The Portal has three main sections Legislation and Standards, which include information on regulations, standards, guidance and codes of practice, Academic References which is a searchable reference library of academic papers relating to CO and Data and Documents which contains reports and other general information on CO.