The Oxygen Standardization Coordinating Group (OSCG) is an annual collaborative assembly of all five branches of the United States and international military forces as well as many applicable industry leaders designing and manufacturing oxygen solutions for the warfighter.  The annual meeting also offers industry leaders the exclusive opportunity to privately brief a panel of government affiliates on recent developments pertaining to medical and aviation oxygen needs.

The organization is led by a board of Subject Matter Experts representing the United States Army, Navy and Air Force.  These key representatives carry a heavily influential role in both regulating and implementing the oxygen requirements necessary to meet military standards.  The goals of the tri-service and industry group are to promote oxygen system safety, standards, technologies, reliability, and commonality while reducing life cycle costs, and, in general, disseminating information about military oxygen systems.    

Becoming a member of OSCG is totally free.  Complete this short form with your contact information and we’ll make sure to keep you updated on recent activity, upcoming events, and other relevant information regarding the regulations and requirements within the military and commercial oxygen markets.   


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The 2020 OSCG meeting will be held this September on a virtual platform (Microsoft Teams) and will still be hosted by KYZEN. With the change from an in-person to a virtual meeting, there will be modifications to the program.

Historically this event has been held over 3 days with the first day being a government only meeting, security issues will make this not possible so we will have an abbreviated schedule for the open portion of the meeting. September 23rd will focus on Aviation presentations while 24 September will focus on Medical. Due to the limitations of time, we will only have six presentations per day. 

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