Code, Standards and Regulations
Codes and regulations from CSA Group can help keep you informed about necessary rules in your industry. Ignorance of these policies can be devastating for your business. Our codes ensure that your business doesn’t compromise its productivity or your workers’ safety. We clearly lay out all of the information you need to run an efficient business that’s fully compliant with your industry’s best practices. Through cooperation with industry professionals and the work of our diligent staff, we’ve built an unbeatable selection of codes.
Types of codes available
We offer codes and regulatory tools that can help illuminate your company on the policy governing specific industries. We developed the Canadian Electrical Code, which establish regulations for the installation, testing, distribution, transmission and inspection of electrical products, along with many other guidelines. Covering seven different types of gas, our fuel codes detail the proper installation, handling and operation of fuel and its related equipment and components. Other codes dictate the proper procedures for bridge design, elevators, refrigeration and more. We also publish widely used codes, such as the National Fire Code, National Energy Code for Buildings, National Building Code and more.
Necessary in every industry
Each of the codes we develop informs readers of important regulatory policy surrounding their industry. As a result, they are necessary tools in nearly any industry. In the past, our codes have affected the automotive, lighting, plumbing, electronic and medical industries, with each code offering unique features to their given industry.
Held in high esteem
CSA Group consults extensively with manufacturers, customers, regulatory bodies and more when developing our codes to ensure the adoption of the best possible practices. As a result, we have developed a reputation for excellence, with our codes practiced widely throughout Canada and the United States. This has helped make us Canada’s most resourceful standard development organization.
We’ve helped guide Canada’s industrial practices since 1919. With over 1,600 qualified staff working for us, we help achieve progress and innovation in businesses across North America.