The Compressed Gas Association (CGA) is pleased to announce the release of a new logo for the association.
The revised logo is designed to highlight the well-known CGA acronym, the full association name, and a new tagline reading The Standard for Safety Since 1913. The logo redesign carries on elements from the organisation’s special edition 100th anniversary logo used throughout 2013, and capitalises on CGA’s historic past as a leader in industry standards development.
The refreshed design distinctly ties the acronym to the name and mission. “Most people know us as our acroymn via reference to our standards in federal regulations or by the acroymn and connection numbers being stamped into valves to indicate the appropriate value to use with the type of gas, however they may not know our organization or safety mission”, said Michael Tiller, CGA President & CEO.
“We wanted the new logo to be meaningful, memorable, and serve as a visual representation of CGA’s mission of effective and appropriate self-regulation for industrial and medical gas safety, which has not changed in over a century.”
The modernized look translates readily to electronic and print formats, and will be used to rebrand all CGA publications, websites, letterhead, apparel, promotional, and other association materials.
Since 1913, the Compressed Gas Association (CGA) has been dedicated to ever-improving safe, secure, and environmentally responsible manufacture, transportation, storage, transfilling, and disposal of industrial and medical gases and their containers. Over 120 member companies provide technical and advocacy leadership to establish safety standards; provide safety information and warnings about the chemical or physical properties of gases and their containers; and provide technical training and education. CGA is an American National Standards Institute (ANSI) accredited Standards Developing Organisation and works directly with Federal, State, and Provincial agencies and fire code officials to promote safe and responsible practices and regulations.
CGA supports several committees of the International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) and coordinates member company participation in the development of ISO standards through US and Canadian advisory groups. The Association also works with other industrial gas associations around the world to harmonize standards to advance safety in the industrial gas industry. Additionally, CGA participates in the United Nations to develop model regulations that apply to the industrial gas and equipment industry.