6.1 Carrying Chemical Oxygen Self Rescuer should avoid collision and fall; it should not be used as a seat cushion; it is not allowed to use a sharp device to mammoth the self-rescuer casing; no contact with power or other exposed live objects.
6.2 Long-term storage should be protected from direct sunlight. Chemical Oxygen Self Rescuer should be kept away from heat sources. Do not place it in the same place as flammable, explosive and corrosive materials; the storage room should be kept as dry as possible.
6.3 When carrying it daily, check the chemical Oxygen Self Rescuer for damage. If it is found to be abnormal, it should be sent to the Chemical Oxygen Self Rescuer dispensing room for repair or scrap. Wipe the outer surface of the self-rescuer after carrying it every day.
6.4 Conduct a gas-tight inspection every quarter. Check the airtightness of the self-rescuer suspected of leaking.
6.5 Expired and depleted chemical oxygen self-rescuer, the professional management personnel open the outer casing, rinse the internal oxygen-generating drugs with water before they can be disposed of. Do not litter the cans and medicines to avoid fires and other accidents.
6.6 The protective tape is a wearing part. If it is damaged, it can be purchased from the factory.