Committee spotlight on the Environmental Committee, which focuses on environmental matters of direct concern to the compressed gas industry that are of a technical, regulatory, and standardization nature.
Many people take standards for granted; however, it is important to remember that you encounter standards every day!
By helping to sponsor our 110th Annual Meeting, companies demonstrate support for CGA’s critical work, while creating goodwill with fellow members.
Damaged or leaking cylinders can pose serious hazards. Please reference these safety alerts, which are available to all and may be downloaded for free.
CGA’s Hydrogen Technology Committee does important work to advance CGA’s safety-focused mission.
CGA has developed a new position statement PS-69, Liquefied Hydrogen Supply System Separation Distances.
Congratulations to 2022 Morris Gold Award Winner, Shaun LaGrange of Linde Canada Inc. This award is presented in recognition of Shaun’s outstanding and long-term contribution to, and leadership on behalf of, the compressed gas industry and CGA Canada.
The Compressed Gas Association (CGA) is forming an Ad Hoc Committee (AHC) to review and, if necessary, respond to papers submitted for the November/December 2022 sessions of the UN Sub-Committee of Experts on the Transport of Dangerous Goods (UN SCETDG) and UN Sub-Committee of Experts on the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (UN SCEGHS).
The International Harmonization Council (IHC) was formed in 1998 to manage the global harmonization of industry standards. The IHC includes representation from the Compressed Gas Association (CGA), the Asia Industrial Gases Association (AIGA), the European Industrial Gases Association (EIGA), and the Japan Industrial and Medical Gases Association (JIMGA). Today, the IHC maintains a portfolio of more than 70 harmonized standards.
CGA is a leading authority on technical and safety information for the industrial, medical, and food gases industry in North America and around the world. Our members are committed to the continuous advancement of industry safety.
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