The British Compressed Gases Association (BCGA) has issued a new Guidance Note relating to dangerous goods and their handling.
The British Compressed Gases Association (BCGA) has issued a revision to Technical Information Sheet (TIS) 40, which covers the safety concerns for personnel at a crime scene where gas cylinders are present, and which may have also been used during the crime.
Rich Gottwald, CGA President & CEO, reflects on the successes of 2021 for the association and the industry – and looks ahead to what’s on the agenda for 2022.
The Compressed Gas Association (CGA), a leading authority for the development and promotion of safety standards in the industrial, medical, and food gases industry, has made a major investment in a new hydrogen safety campaign.
As shortages of carbon dioxide (CO2) hit the headlines in the UK again, quality can be overlooked in the trade-off over availability. Gary Robson, of Sure Purity, explains the risks associated with supply chain disruption and the need for greater awareness about quality and food safety, when disruptions occur.