We present the initial results from a class I 44-GHz methanol maser follow-up survey, observed with the MOPRA telescope, towards 272 sources from the Methanol Multi-beam survey (MMB). Over half (∼60%) of the 6.7 GHz class II MMB maser sources are associated with a class I 44-GHz methanol maser at a greater than 5σ detection level. We find that class II MMB masers sources with an associated class I methanol maser have stronger peak fluxes compared to regions without an associated class I maser. Furthermore, as part of the MOPRA follow-up observations we simultaneously observed SiO emission which is a known tracer of shocks and outflows in massive star forming regions. The presence of SiO emission, and potentially outflows, is found to be strongly associated with the detection of class I maser emission in these regions.