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      Oxygen Cylinders Q&A

      Q: Can full oxygen cylinders be stored in a hospital soiled utility room?

      Brad Keyes, CHSP | Aug 13, 2018
      Oxygen Cylinders Article Appliances

      Q: Can you tell me what the rules are for oxygen usage around hair dryers might be?

      Brad Keyes, CHSP | Jan 31, 2018
      Oxygen Cylinders Q&A

      Q: What are the requirements for a small storage room becoming a transfer station for filling oxygen cylinders? What code would there be? What type of…

      Brad Keyes, CHSP | Dec 28, 2017
      Oxygen Cylinders Q&A

      Q: I am a consultant and I have a hospital that was cited for co-mingling full and not-full ‘E’ size oxygen cylinders on a rack located on the loading…

      Brad Keyes, CHSP | Nov 17, 2017
      Oxygen Cylinders Q&A

      Q: Our Respiratory Therapist has brought this question to me and I wanted your input. We have the new ‘E’ size oxygen cylinders that are called Oxytote.…

      Brad Keyes, CHSP | Oct 27, 2017
      Oxygen Cylinders Q&A

      Q: In regards to oxygen cylinder storage on the nursing units, is there a code or standard that restricts the distance between a storage rack of 6 E size…

      Brad Keyes, CHSP | May 5, 2017
      Oxygen Cylinders Q&A Fire Rated Cabinets

      Q: In regards to oxygen cylinder storage, if the quantity of gas in storage is between 300 and 3000 cubic feet in a smoke compartment and the full…

      Brad Keyes, CHSP | Apr 26, 2017
      Storage Room Oxygen Cylinders Article

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      Brad Keyes, CHSP | Feb 24, 2017
      Oxygen Cylinders Q&A Storage (Medical Gas) Signs (Medical Gas)

      Q: If there are oxygen tanks stored on a unit that does not exceed the 12 tank threshold, does the door to the storage area where the tanks are stored…

      Brad Keyes, CHSP | Feb 22, 2017
      Oxygen Cylinders Article

      I had a reader question one of my postings on this blog, that I thought you might be interested in reading...

      Brad Keyes, CHSP | Sep 19, 2016