CGA recently announced the winners of our industry-leading safety awards at the Association’s 2022 Annual Meeting in Naples, Florida. Congratulations to all recipients.
CGA asks Congress to take immediate steps to safely resolve helium supply issues in support of critical domestic manufacturing.
We encourage all CGA members to submit nominations for this prestigious award, which recognizes outstanding leadership and participation in CGA Canada.
Our 2021 Year in Review infographic provides a snapshot of the key work we have accomplished together with CGA members in the past year.
All CGA member companies are encouraged to nominate projects or activities in North America for CGA’s annual Environmental Recognition Awards Program. Submissions are due January 12, 2022.
This program recognizes retired members for their contributions and commitment to the Association. Emeritus membership allows retired members in good standing to maintain a connection with CGA and their industry peers.
CGA President & CEO, Rich Gottwald, and Board of Directors Chair, Chris Ebeling, met with White House representatives on October 26, 2021 to express concerns about the unintended consequences of OSHA’s proposed Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) requiring all employers with 100 or more employees to ensure their workforce is vaccinated against COVID-19 or provide a weekly negative test result if not vaccinated.
These awards honor the participating GAWDA distributor member companies that have shown the greatest improvement in safety performance.
The award was presented to Ella Sinkovits of Messer Canada in recognition of her outstanding contribution to CGA Canada and the compressed gas industry.
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