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60000 alarms to keep people away from carbon monoxide poisoning


Published by admin March 12,2024

"Thank you so much. In the cold weather, we are still concerned about the safety of our people. Before installing this carbon monoxide alarm, I have to wake up two or three times a night, afraid of accidents if the gas runs away." On January 15th, at Liu's home in Jitai Town, Shouguang, Weifang City, Shandong Province, local government workers came to install the alarm and received his sincere praise.

Winter is a period of high incidence of carbon monoxide poisoning. In order to effectively ensure the safety of heating for the people in winter, various towns and streets in Shouguang actively promote the installation of carbon monoxide alarms, allowing "technology assisted safety" and "smart assisted safety" to enter the homes of ordinary people, achieving full coverage of key groups such as elderly people living alone, disabled people, left behind children, and impoverished households. One by one, "small boxes" have become the "protectors" guarding the safety of the lives and property of special populations.

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In Jitai Town, the government invested 560000 yuan to purchase 13000 carbon monoxide alarms, which were installed by village officials on a grid by grid basis. "Uncle, this is a carbon monoxide alarm. We have installed it for you. If the indoor carbon monoxide concentration exceeds the standard, it will automatically emit a 'drip' alarm sound, and there will be a flashing reminder at night. At this time, it is necessary to immediately open the doors and windows for ventilation, and people should evacuate to the yard as soon as possible..." Feng Xiaojun, the party branch secretary of Fengjia Village in Jitai Town, took the alarm and adjusted it while explaining to the farmers.

Ma Jin, the person in charge of the Jitai Town Safety Supervision Office, said that in order to ensure that the carbon monoxide alarm is installed in every household, two village members conducted a detailed investigation of the heating situation of each household in the village and established an installation ledger. Town and village cadres shall carry out household coverage installation according to the ledger. At each household, the cadres will provide a detailed explanation of the function and usage of the carbon monoxide alarm, and demonstrate the warning method of the alarm on site. At the same time, knowledge on preventing carbon monoxide poisoning was promoted, reminding the public to raise their awareness of safety prevention and firmly establish the mindset of "prevention is greater than cure".


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