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Survivor Resources

Welcome to our Survivor Resources page, where you'll find a collection of valuable tools and information to help you and your loved ones stay safe from carbon monoxide poisoning. Whether you're a survivor of carbon monoxide poisoning yourself or you know someone who has been affected, our Survivor Resources page has something for you. From informative brochures to handy checklists, we've gathered together a variety of resources to help you stay informed and prepared.


At NCOAA, we're committed to empowering survivors and their families, and to working towards a future where carbon monoxide poisoning is a thing of the past. Explore our Survivor Resources page today and take the first step towards a safer, healthier tomorrow.

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Home Safety

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Homeowner's Brochure

Carbon monoxide is colorless, odorless, tasteless, and toxic! Do you know what to do if you're exposed? Learn how to keep carbon monoxide out of your home and keep your family safe!

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White Paper

NCOAA is initiating an urgent call to action to lower the alarm set-point of carbon monoxide alarms in the US to protect the health and safety of individuals across the nation.

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Pets Brochure

With so many pets in our homes, it is critical to ensure their health and safety. Many pet owners are unaware that pets may be at risk of serious injury due to an invisible threat: carbon monoxide

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Safety Statistics Brochure

Did you know that only 14% of families in the US have properly functioning carbon monoxide alarms installed in their homes? Learn important carbon monoxide safety metrics here.

Vehicle Safety

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Car Safety Checklist

Our carbon monoxide car safety checklist is an essential tool for anyone who spends time in and around their vehicle. By following our simple yet effective checklist, you can reduce your risk of carbon monoxide

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