Carbon monoxide hazard.
Burning charcoal inside can kill you. It gives off carbon monoxide, which has no odor.
Never burn charcoal inside homes, vehicles or tents.
For your safety:
Never use gasoline to light charcoal.
Do not add lighter fluid directly to burning or hot charcoal.
Make sure ashes are cold before discarding.
Never barbecue indoors (see warning above).
Barbecue away from flammable items, overhangs and trees.
Store briquets in a cool, dry place.
California Proposition 65 Warning:
Combustion (burning) of this product, like other cooking methods, produces carbon monoxide and other substances known by the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or reproductive harm.