The recently revised CGA C-7, Guide to Classification and Labeling of Compressed Gases, provides precautionary labels and markings for more than 120 gases and cryogenic liquids.
CGA’s Rich Gottwald and EIGA’s Philippe Cornille recently signed a joint statement outlining the Associations’ position on SPP brazed aluminum heat exchangers, which was published on the gasworld website.
Here’s a quick recap of our safety publications issued in May and June 2020.
This standard applies the experience and knowledge of gas producers, valve manufacturers, military services, federal agencies, and gas users to establish detailed dimensions for the manufacture of cylinder valve outlet and inlet connections.
We’re shifting the committee decision on proposed changes (PCs) for most new and revised CGA publications to an electronic ballot.
Our CEO Rich Gottwald shares some of the important strides forward CGA’s made in recent months, with the support of member companies and your dedicated employees.
CGA P-18, Standard for Bulk Inert Gas Systems (an American National Standard), is now available for public review and comment.
CGA H-5, Standard for Bulk Hydrogen Supply Systems (an American National Standard), is now available for public review and comment.
These innovative training modules provide a helpful roadmap for employees who may need more extensive coaching in how to safely handle and work with compressed gases.
We comment on this October 2019 gasworld article, raising questions about the methodology used to compile data and the resulting inaccurate picture of home oxygen use. The article also paints a misleading picture of disregard for patient, caregiver, and emergency responder’s safety on the part of the U.S. medical oxygen industry, when safety is our primary concern.
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