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Exceptional projects and record safety achievements were reported to EIGA

It is an honour and a pleasure for EIGA to award such brilliant ideas and outstanding safety performance. Have a look at the 2021 virtual Award Ceremony here. Please join me in congratulating the EIGA Award Winners.

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European Industrial Gases Association

The European Industrial Gases Association, EIGA, is a safety and technically oriented organisation representing the vast majority of European and a number of non-European companies producing and distributing industrial, medical and food gases.

EIGA Winter Seminar 2022: Packaged Gases – Safety Inspired Solutions
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EIGA Winter Seminar 2022: Packaged Gases – Safety Inspired Solutions

UPDATE – The EIGA Winter Seminar 2022 will take place virtually on 26th and 27th January via webinar
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EIGA Summer Session 2021 postponed to 2022!
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EIGA Summer Session 2021 postponed to 2022!

EIGA, with "safety" in its DNA, could not but cancel the Summer Session 2021, in line with European and Member State recommendations, and in line with our member companies' travel bans and COVID-19-guidelines.
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EIGA COVID-19 internal rules for EIGA Office meetings
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EIGA COVID-19 internal rules for EIGA Office meetings

EIGA is ready to welcome its experts in the new offices. On top of official requirements (see here https://www.info-coronavirus.be/en/), we expect visitors to possess a Covid-certificate....
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DOC 239 / 21 - Mechanical Integrity of Generator Systems in Acetylene Plants

This publication has been developed to give guidance on mechanical integrity (MI) of acetylene generator systems. A MI programme is intended to ensure that equipment does not fail in a way that causes or enhances a catastrophic release of highly hazardous chemicals.
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Safety Information - Transport Safety

SI-TS 14 / 21 - The Dangers of Stopping in Emergency Lanes

This Safety Information is focused on raising awareness of the risks of stopping in emergency lanes. While the focus is on heavy goods vehicles for the transport of dangerous goods travelling on motorways, the guidance given in this publication may also apply to other types of vehicles on other types of roads.
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Safety Information - Transport Safety

SI-TS 13 / 21 - Managing Driver Fatigue

Fatigue can affect all people in their working environment to varying levels. Driving is a complex mental and physical task requiring sustained levels of concentration and skill to maintain maximum performance. No driver can afford to be fatigued nor can anyone else. The purpose of this publication is to provide training topics and recommendations that can help to avoid situations that affect drivers in their daily lives and can make them fatigued. It gives guidance on what to consider when creating a fatigue management system.
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