Carbon monoxide: the invisible iceberg?
This interview features carbon monoxide expert Bob Dwyer - former
Director of training for the Carbon Monoxide Safety Association, and also Bacharach Inc, a manufacturer of
environmental test instruments.
(the interview is about 1 hour)
Bob has consulted in carbon monoxide awareness, testing and prevention since 1989. In 1991 he began daily
measuring of carbon monoxide as part of his work and in 1995 began testing through breath analysis
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Bob literally "wrote the book" on carbon monoxide safety.
He is co-author of "Carbon Monoxide, a Clear and Present Danger", and has written articles for trade magazines
related to the prevention of carbon monoxide poisoning.
His current publication "Carbon Monoxide Safety for the Health Care Provider; a student handbook" is in final
draft and will give those in health care "more than the traditional 10 minutes of acute CO poisoning
He has consulted with gas and electric utility companies, fuel suppliers, public utility commissions, HVAC
equipment manufacturers and service companies, state agencies, legal counsel, municipalities, test instrument
manufacturers, inspection, fire/EMS, education, victims and survivors of carbon monoxide poisoning, and medical
For 13 years he was the Director of Training for Bacharach, Inc., a U.S. manufacturer of environmental test
His activities as Director of Training included training education instructors and technicians in health
sciences relating to carbon monoxide safety, combustion system analysis, combustion equipment verification,
building pressure influences on carbon monoxide generation & dispersion, green awareness and safety as it
relates to energy auditing.
Bob maintains the daily and blogged Carbon Monoxide News for the Carbon Monoxide Safety Association and promotes
carbon monoxide awareness training and certification.
He graduated from Iowa State University in 1972 with a Bachelor of Science Physical Education
Bob Dwyer is available for instruction and consultation. He can be contacted here.
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