Unapproved CO alarm!

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      Just a heads up to all of my fire prevention colleagues…

      I had a client stop into my office yesterday afternoon to ask me if the carbon monoxide alarm he had was okay to install in his hotel (he needs 18 and is trying to save a little bit of $).

      I immediately asked him where he purchased the alarm, and of course the answer was “on the internet”, and then on “Kijiji”…

      SO…I did a little research and I have forwarded this off to Health Canada and they are now investigating, BUT the product is being sold online throughout the GTA and south and west of the GTA.

      Here is the link:
      http://www.kijiji.ca/v-renovation-electrical/mississauga-peel-region/co-carbon-monoxide-detector-lcd-display-20/1142863670?enableSearchNavigationFlag=true

      Hopefully, there aren’t too many people that have already purchased these alarms.

      Stay safe!

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