The ACSA is Alberta’s partner in construction safety. Members include all employers with a valid WCB account that fall under specified industry codes within the construction sector. With almost 40,000 active company-members, ACSA is the largest safety association in Alberta.
The HCSAS started originally as the Roadbuilders Safety Association in 1957. To reflect the diversity of the employers in the "R" code the association was incorporated on October 2, 1995 as the Heavy Construction Safety Association of Saskatchewan Inc.
The SCSA is an industry-funded nonprofit organization that provides cost-effective, accessible safety training and advice to employers and employees throughout the province. Companies that are registered with Saskatchewan Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB) and fall under the CLASS B – BUILDING CONSTRUCTION rate class are members of the SCSA.
The MHCA is the recognized voice of the heavy construction industry in Manitoba, promoting sustainable investment in core infrastructure to support economic growth benefiting our province, and country in a manner consistent with the broad public interest.
IHSA is a leader in health and safety education. Through skills-based training, auditing, and evaluation, we provide safety solutions to those who perform high-risk activities such as working at heights, working with energized high-voltage power systems, driving motor vehicles, transporting dangerous goods, working on suspended access equipment, and utility line clearing.
ASP Construction's mission is to provide Quebec employers and workers in the construction sector with training, information, research and advice on occupational health and safety with the aim of eliminating accidents and occupational diseases on construction sites.
NLCSA is an industry-driven, not-for-profit association that takes a leadership role in lowering risk and preventing injury within the construction industry. We all share a common purpose to ensure “no harm done” to construction workers in Newfoundland and Labrador.
The goal of the Northern Safety Association is to work together with Northwest Territories and Nunavut industry, government and workers to significantly reduce human, social and economic losses because of workplace accidents, injuries and illnesses.