We’re seeking CGA members to participate in focus groups to define the features and content for the online Handbook.
Join CGA in spreading the word about the U.S. DHS national “If You See Something, Say Something” Awareness Day on Friday, September 25, 2020
These innovative training modules are designed to provide a helpful resource for employees who may need more coaching in how to safely handle and work with compressed gases.
The COVID-19 crisis has emphasized the importance of having a properly designed bulk medical gas supply system to ensure an uninterrupted supply of medical gases.
Tests reviewed in this safety standard include the water jacket method, direct expansion method, and proof pressure method.
During our move on Friday, August 28, 2020, the CGA portal and electronic library of safety publications will be temporarily unavailable.
This AHC may develop CGA positions related to any working (formal) or informal papers submitted for these upcoming UN sessions.
CGA M-1 reviews codes requirements and best practices for designing, installing, operating, and removing these compressed medical gas supply systems.
Here’s a quick recap of our safety publications issued in July 2020.
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.