A West Yorkshire MP is calling on the gas industry to pay for a £3m campaign to promote gas safety awareness.
Dominic Rodgers died from carbon monoxide poisoning
Huddersfield Labour MP Barry Sheerman is highlighting the issue following the death of a 10-year-old schoolboy from carbon monoxide poisoning.
Dominic Rodgers died in February 2004 when fumes seeped into his bedroom at Spaines Road in Huddersfield.
An inquest into his death was told a faulty boiler in a neighbouring property was to blame.
His mother Stacey has featured in adverts warning people of the dangers of carbon monoxide.
Now Mr Sheerman and Mrs Rodgers are urging the gas industry to pay the estimated £3m it would cost for the adverts to be shown on prime time television.
Mr Sheerman said: "The number of recent incidents of carbon monoxide poisoning in Huddersfield show that this is a serious issue that we still need to do more to tackle."