Your Attendee Guide: CGA 2022 Annual Meeting

CGA’s largest gathering of industry leaders and subject matter experts, the Annual Meeting draws 300+ attendees from every facet of the industry, and provides a unique opportunity for members to connect with leaders, technical experts, and industry colleagues.

Call for Presentations: CGA 2022 Safety & Reliability of Industrial Gases, Equipment, and Facilities Seminar

For this October 2022 seminar, we’re seeking presentation proposals on a variety of safety and reliability topics. Deadline for proposals is April 15, 2022.

Call for Nominations: 2022 Morris Gold Award

We encourage all CGA members to submit nominations for this prestigious award, which recognizes outstanding leadership and participation in CGA Canada.

CGA – 2021 Year in Review

Our 2021 Year in Review infographic provides a snapshot of the key work we have accomplished together with CGA members in the past year.

A Look Ahead at 2022

CGA will continue to provide hydrogen safety standards for our members and other industry stakeholders to help them prepare safely for emerging hydrogen markets and technologies.

CGA Adds Two New Titles to eLearning Library (on Specialty Gases and Devalving Cylinders)

These innovative training modules are designed to provide a helpful resource for employees who may need more coaching in how to safely work with specialty gases and devalve cylinders.

Help Us Recognize CGA Members That Have Demonstrated Environmental Excellence

All CGA member companies are encouraged to nominate projects or activities in North America for CGA’s annual Environmental Recognition Awards Program. Submissions are due January 12, 2022.

CGA Launches Hydrogen “Safety is Step One” Campaign

We share an email sent from CGA President & CEO Rich Gottwald to our members with news that we are launching a major new campaign, Hydrogen “Safety is Step One.”

CGA Launches Emeritus Member Program

This program recognizes retired members for their contributions and commitment to the Association. Emeritus membership allows retired members in good standing to maintain a connection with CGA and their industry peers.