Following a consultation, BSS Management Committee has decided that new BSS requirements for carbon monoxide (CO) alarms on boats will be introduced next April
Launched today, the BoatCOSafe campaign is asking parliament to make CO alarms mandatory on inland waterways
The MAIB is urging all boaters to fit carbon monoxide detectors or alarms to their vessels following the death of Ray Milton at Cardiff Yacht Club
The owner of the Eshcol, Timothy Bowman-Davies, from Milford Haven, is starting a 15 month sentence after two crew died on board the fishing vessel as a result of carbon monoxide poisoning
Although the number of boat fires is relatively rare in the UK, the fire brigade says they quite often have devastating consequences. Find out the dos and don'ts to stay safe on board
The Marine Accident Investigation Branch has issued a stark warning to boaters following the deaths of two people on board a motor cruiser in Wrexham Broad
The Boat Safety Scheme is urging all boat owners to be aware of carbon monoxide safety advice, following the deaths of two people in Norfolk.
The National Park has decided against the MAIB's recommendation to implement the boat safety scheme.
The Starlight Rays owner must pay £20,000 for a health and safety breach involved in the death of a crewman from carbon monoxide.
Marine surveyor Tony Skeats talks through the dangers of carbon monoxide poisoning and how you can protect yourself and your crew