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CSA Group members make our work possible.
Together, we’ve created over 3,000 codes and standards, helping make homes, workplaces, and infrastructure safer and more sustainable. By joining CSA Communities, you can join the conversation and help our committee participants and community representatives change the world for the better.
- Have an impact. Standards make the world a better, safer, more sustainable place – but without the contribution and dedication of our members, we couldn’t continue with this important work.
- Connect with experts. CSA Group harnesses the expertise of more than 9,000 leading professionals in their field. Working with us provides outstanding opportunities to network and learn from experts.
- Build your experience. Standards creation and development puts you at the cutting edge of technical issues in your field. For early-career professionals, our Young Professionals Member Program offers a great way to get started.
- Have your say. The value of any standard increases when a range of people participate in its creation and continued development. Your involvement helps make standards better. Take the first step, join CSA Communities and explore our open calls for participation
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Helping hold the future to a higher standard
- Has more than 1,300 committees focused on standards development
- Has developed and maintained over 3,000 codes and standards – many referenced in legislation
- Develops training and other value-added products that provide additional understanding of our standards and support their implementation
- Proactively conducts research that facilitates future standards development and provides guidance into new and emerging topics and technologies
Accredited by Standards Council of Canada (SCC) in Canada and American National Standards Institute (ANSI) in the U.S, CSA Group actively participates in international standards development and harmonization efforts through other global organizations, including the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC).