* 1. In which type of organisation are you employed?

* 2. Does your organisation deliver medical gas safety training?

* 3. If yes, does the training include whose responsibility it is to turn on and test portable oxygen cylinders?

* 4. Does it include warnings that the cylinder may still be 'switched off' even though oxygen can be heard coming through the flowmeter when initially turned on?

* 5. Does the training include dealing with the residual oxygen in the regulator AFTER use?

* 6. Does it include the time taken to 'vent' cylinders after they have been switched off?

* 7. Does it include 'when' to carry out a second check AFTER initial set up to ensure oxygen is still flowing?

* 8. Do you have any other comments, questions, or concerns?

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