A CGA-led industry coalition including multiple food and beverage groups submitted a letter to Mike Pence expressing strong concern that the COVID-19 pandemic creates significant risk of a CO2 shortage.
CGA has signed an industry letter sent to representatives at all levels of the U.S. government, supporting a consistent definition of “critical infrastructure” across all jurisictions during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Federal, state, and local governments should ensure that medical gas manufacturing and distribution continues without interruption.
As healthcare providers around the world assist coronavirus patients, medical gas containers can become externally contaminated and need to be properly cleaned.
Here’s a quick recap of our safety publications issued in January 2020.
We pause for a moment to reflect on all that CGA has accomplished over the last year.
We recommend that all CGA members review this notice to determine its applicability to your company.
Here’s a quick recap of our safety publications issued in the last 2 months of 2019.
We thank Mr. Hasaka for his long dedication to the sustained, safe operation of our industry.
October, 2019 was a busy month for ISO meetings! Four ISO groups of interest to CGA members held their annual plenary meetings.
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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