Do you smell gas?
What to do next to make sure you’re safe.
Don’t smoke, light matches or lighters.
Don’t switch light or anything else electrical on or off.
Put out any naked flames such as candles.
Open all doors and windows.
Turn off the gas supply at the meter and leave off until the situation has been made safe.
Call the National Gas Emergency Line on 0800 111 999 from outside the property, away from the smell of gas and report the problem.
Suspect an appliance is producing Carbon Monoxide?
Symptoms to look out for are headaches, dizziness, nausea, breathlessness, collapse and loss of consciousness.
These symptoms only occur when you’re at home, get better when you’re away and come back when you return.
Others in the house may have the same symptoms (including pets) and appear at a similar time.
Get fresh air immediately, open all doors and windows, turn off gas appliances and leave the house.
If you suspect there is an immediate danger contact the National Gas Service Emergency line on 0800 111 999.
See a doctor or go to a hospital to get checked out.
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