Discover step-by-step how CGA committees petition regulatory agencies to incorporate our publications by reference, making those standards federally enforceable.
Here’s a quick recap of CGA’s new and/or revised safety publications issued in June 2019.
Ever wonder what “IBR” or Incorporated by Reference means? We explain the process, and give examples of CGA publications that have been IBR’d into US federal regulations.
Here’s a quick recap of new and/or revised safety publications issued by CGA in May 2019.
In May, CGA’s Rich Gottwald presented at GAWDA’s Spring Management Conference, encouraging distributor members to participate in the CGA Subscription Program.
Here’s a quick recap of new and/or revised safety publications issued by CGA in April 2019.
Here’s a quick recap of new and/or revised safety publications and training videos issued by CGA from January to March 2019.
This article by CGA’s President Rich Gottwald (reprinted from GAWDA’s Welding & Gases Today, Q1 2019) identifies several key areas of regulatory activity to monitor for impacts to our industry.
Currently, this ANS consensus body needs 3 voting members in order to be able to proceed with this publication
As we develop plans to transition CGA’s Handbook of Compressed Gases to an electronic format, we’ve launched an online survey to gather feedback from stakeholders about the future product’s content and functionality.
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