Communicating the dangers of carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning to those who work in the homes of vulnerable people.
|Our aim is to enable you to know more about CO poisoning and risks so you can help the people you work with to be more CO aware.
|We provide activities and resources to make front-line staff and volunteers more aware of the risks of CO poisoning.
|The activities are all free. We cover the UK, and we minimise jargon to make the key Think CO messages understandable.
|If you work or volunteer in the homes of vulnerable people. The Programme is aimed at people with little or no CO knowledge.
If you manage people who work in the community, supporting people in their own homes.
Very few organisations train their staff or volunteers on the risks CO poisoning. Training and briefing your staff and volunteers to “Think CO” will enable your organisation to fulfil its duty of care to the staff you employ, the volunteers you engage and the clients you support.
Think CO has developed an easy-to-use e-learning course. By the end of the course, you will:
The course is free, and you will get a Certificate of Achievement. Log-in details will be sent to you by clicking here and providing your name and email address.
We are running online, interactive Zoom workshops aimed at front-line staff and volunteers. Like the e-learning course, the interactive online workshops will enable you to know more about CO, its sources, signs and symptoms, plus how to prevent it. The workshops last about an hour and there are opportunities to participate and ask questions.
Click here to contact us if you would like to find out about upcoming dates and to book.
By the end of the three hour workshop, you will:
A schedule of face-to-face workshops is being planned for later this year. Sign up for our newsletter below to be the first to know when the workshop timetable is back up and running near you.
Developed in partnership with Leicestershire Fire & Rescue Services, FireAngel and Cadent, we have developed a series of free videos available on YouTube. They are useful for you, and they can also be shown to your clients to raise their CO awareness when you are visiting them.
The videos are in Hindi (with English subtitles), English (with English subtitles) and Signed in BSL and subtitled.
The videos, plus clips that can be used in social media, are available by clicking here.
You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to know anything more about the Think CO Programme.