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 members of the OSCG Board in the spirit of caution and careful consideration have decided to cancel the OSCG Meeting that was scheduled to be held in Nashville in July 2020. If you have registered and paid for the 2020 Conference, please contact Sherry Stepp at KYZEN (sherry_stepp@kyzen.com) to obtain a refund.

As an option, we are looking into doing a modified virtual meeting and if successful, we will share the details as they become available.

As always, the safety and well-being of our members, our military and our country is our highest priority. We will continue to keep you updated of any changes via email and at the OSCG website. 

The 2021 Meeting will be held in Nashville with tentative dates of July 20-22, 2021.

Stay safe and stay healthy!

OSCG 2020 PHYSICAL MEETING CANCELLED