If you have ever read a CGA publication, you may have noticed that each publication has a unique alphabetical and numerical identifier. But did you know that you can use the alphabetical identifier as a clue to help determine the expected content of the publication?
In recent years, the use of compressed natural gas (CNG) and liquefied natural gas (LNG) has rapidly grown as a fuel source for electricity generation, heating, transportation, and more.
CGA has hired Paul Pflieger to position CGA as the leading authority for safety information about the industrial, medical, and food gases industries.
CGA asks for federal intervention to delay the disposal of the Federal Helium Reserve in response to national security concerns.
The CGA Executive Committee recently approved guidelines for CGA to engage in advocacy initiatives with international, federal, provincial, state, local and tribal governments in support of CGA members and in furtherance of the CGA mission.
With over 25 committees in the U.S. and Canada, CGA is well-equipped to address a range of technical and safety issues. But what do committees do? Who can participate?
CGA offers a variety of hydrogen safety resources ranging from a library of 20+ technical standards to easy to understand safety videos.
Rob Early’s commitment to the NFPA work on behalf of CGA members has earned him one of NFPA’s highest awards, the Committee Service Award.
CGA’s Canadian Committees provide regulatory knowledge to determine and oversee the interactions with regulatory authorities in Canada.
CGA’s 2022 Committee Leadership Seminar provided an overview of effective meeting management strategies, work processes, and CGA programs.
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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