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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 (6 December 2021) – 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

Temporary no in-person meetings With the current Covid19 situation, EIGA decided to not host experts-meetings Brussels. All meetings are virtualised....
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Latest Publications

Safety Leaflet

SL 11 / 21 - Health Care Facility - Oxygen Fire Safety

There are critical steps Healthcare Facilities can take to reduce the risk of fires involving medical oxygen
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Safety Information

SI 42 / 21 - Acetylene Cylinder Base Corrosion

This Safety Information is intended to raise awareness of hazards and safety measures necessary regarding the filling of acetylene cylinders of welded construction with a footring.
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Safety Information

SI 2 / 21 - Handling of Gas Cylinders During and After Exposure to Heat or Fire

All gas cylinders, whatever the gas content, are potentially dangerous when exposed to fire or excessive heat. Excessive heat exposure can weaken the cylinder and, in extreme cases, result in the failure of the cylinder.
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