Terms and Conditions of Use

The CGA must make the Best Practices subject to the following limitations:

  1. The CGA does not endorse any company, technology, technique or product. No inference of endorsement shall be taken from any CGA Best Practice or from the CGA generally.
  2. The CGA reserves the right to alter, modify, or repeal the Best Practices at any time. Further, the CGA reserves the right to fix technical inaccuracies, typographical errors or make other modifications without prior notice.
  3. The Best Practices may contain trademarks of the CGA, as well as CGA copyrighted material. We must insist you respect our copyrights and trademarks.
  4. The CGA Best Practices are provided “AS IS” and without any WARRANTY, EITHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OR NON-INFRINGEMENT.
  5. The CGA Best Practices are presented as a general guide. The CGA encourages all users to consult and consider not only the CGA Best Practices, but also (i) employer practices, (ii) industry practices, (iii) federal and state statutes and regulations, (iv) building and fire codes, and (v) local laws, regulations and ordinances.
  6. References in each Best Practice are those that were in effect at the time the Best Practice was approved unless otherwise noted. Best Practices are derived from existing multi-industry, governmental and public practices that are determined to be “best” in enhancing safety n through rigorous review and evaluation processes developed by the CGA.