Dry ice, a solid form of carbon dioxide, is a versatile substance used for various purposes, from preserving perishable goods to creating special effects. While it’s incredibly useful, it’s essential to handle dry ice with caution to prevent accidents and ensure safety. Here are the top tips for safely handling dry ice, based on guidelines provided by CGA.
CGA is taking a significant step forward in enhancing hydrogen safety with the publication of its latest document, H-7, Standard Procedures for Hydrogen Supply Systems.
The Compressed Gas Association (CGA), representing a coalition of industries reliant on helium, urgently calls for the delay in the sale of of the Federal Helium Reserve System (FHR). The FHR is located in Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas and provides 20% of US helium supply.
We are excited to announce that this October 28-30 in Houston, TX, we are bringing a brand-new in-person event to our members, and we invite you to submit a presentation!
We are thrilled to announce the latest addition to our team at the Compressed Gas Association (CGA) – Jason Bombard.
CGA’s Director of Marketing, Communications, and Events, Paul Pflieger, recently had the pleasure of sitting down with one of our newest team members, Tanisha Hurey, to delve into her background, aspirations, and insights. Join us as we get to know her better and explore her journey into the exciting world of CGA.
The CO2 Solutions Coalition has launched as a groundbreaking initiative to educate lawmakers, regulators, and the public about the necessary and beneficial uses of carbon dioxide (CO2) in diverse and essential applications across the economy in light of recent shortages facing end-users of CO2 and causing direct impacts on American consumers.
Prioritizing life safety, this new standard serves as a comprehensive guide designed for national standards, local codes, and individuals involved in CO2 system design and use.
CGA is now accepting submissions for the Safe Facility Performance Awards. Deadline: January 31, 2024
Award submission now open for the Leonard Park Pool Awards for a company’s safety in leadership and improving safety performance (submission deadline: Wednesday, January 31, 2024).