Safety Rules and Regulations
IHSA is the leading developer and provider of prevention solutions for work environments involving high-risk activities such as working at heights, working with high voltage electricity, driving motor vehicles, transportation of dangerous goods, suspended access, and hoisting and rigging.
Established in 1918, Canadian Construction Association’s (CCA) vision is to build Canada with ethics, skills and responsibility. CCA’s mission is to be the national voice for the Canadian construction industry.
Barrie Construction Association evolved from the Barrie Bid Depository and Plans Room which has been operating since the early 1950’s.
The Construction Association of Thunder Bay represents over 214 professional builders, specialty trade contractors, manufacturers, suppliers, design consultants and infrastructure builders active in Northwestern Ontario.
The Council of Ontario Construction Associations (COCA) is a federation of construction associations and is the largest and most representative group of ICI and heavy civil construction employers in the province of Ontario. Our member organizations represent more than 10,000 construction businesses and more than 400,000 employees.
The Grand Valley Construction Association, also known as the GVCA, provides resources, information and educational opportunities for its members who are in the construction (and related) industries in the Grand Valley area. Grand Valley comprises the counties of Brant, Dufferin, Grey, Wellington, as well as the districts of Norfolk, Haldiman, and the Regional Municipality of Waterloo.
The Hamilton-Halton Construction Association (HHCA) is a non-profit organization serving over 380 members (builders and related professionals) who are actively engaged in the Industrial, Commercial and Institutional (ICI) construction industry within the Hamilton and Halton areas.
Founded in 1950, the Kingston Construction Association brings together businesses involved in the Industrial, Commercial and Institutional (ICI) construction sectors. Serving South Eastern Ontario, we seek to achieve a closer relationship and understanding among the branches of the industry.
From its conception in 1898, the London and District Construction Association has brought together contractors, manufacturers, suppliers, and many other firms associated with the construction industry. It is funded and governed entirely by its members and serves to benefit not only the members, but the entire construction industry.
he Niagara Construction Association (NCA) is a non-profit organization established to represent the interests of the commercial and industrial construction industry. Members are General and Trade Contractors, Manufacturers, Suppliers, Architects, Engineers and other professionals affiliated with the industry.
The North Bay Construction Association provides services to our members such as an electronic plans room, a well lit plan viewing room with large comfortable tables, a weekly newsletter listing upcoming projects relative to the Northern Ontario construction industry, wide format scanning and printing equipment.
Founded in 1889, the Ottawa Construction Association today is one of the largest regional construction association in Canada and the voice of Ottawa’s non-residential construction industry. Combined, our membership of over 1,000 firms builds more than 90 per cent of the Ottawa region’s $3-billion commercial, industrial and institutional market.
We are a non-profit membership organization that was formed in 1948 to better serve the needs of the construction industry in the Quinte & surrounding area. The association serves as a spokesman for its member companies who annually compete in approximately a hundred million dollars worth of industrial, commercial and institutional construction.
The Sarnia Construction Association was established in Sarnia/Lambton on June 25, 1948. With a primary focus on serving Sarnia’s extensive petrochemical industry, members of the SCA have the knowledge and specialized skills to meet the required demands on any construction project.
The Sault Ste. Marie Construction Association brings together, in one organization, general contractors, trade contractors, manufactures and supplies of contruction materials and equipment, and other firms associated with the Construction Industry.
Like the buildings our members construct, the Sudbury Construction Association began in 1948 with a solid foundation ??“ the skills and experience of local contractors and trades people. Today, we are an ICI association supporting contractors, manufacturers & suppliers, service providers, consulting firms, and training and personnel providers. We promote member interests and provide specialized services to help our more than 270 members compete and succeed.
The Toronto Construction Association, or the General Builders’ Society as it was called then, was founded in February 1867 by a group of 58 Canadian construction industry executives. The association’s mandate in those early days was to promote the highest possible standards of professionalism in an industry characterized by stiff competition and often razor thin margins.
The Windsor Construction Association is an Association of over 300 member companies in the Industrial, Commercial and Institutional Construction Sectors, that work together to promote contractors, subtrades and suppliers by maintaining high standards of ethics, education, safety, environmental practices and training, to create a progressive, competitive construction industry.
With more than 58 years of experience in the building business, the CHBASC is here to assist you to: build a new house, renovate an existing home, or, become a better Builder, Renovator, Trade Contractor, or Supplier to the residential construction industry.
The Muskoka Builders’ Association represents 125 companies involved in the construction industry in Muskoka. Our members are Builders, Suppliers, Trade Contractors and Service Professionals who are devoted to professionalism in the industry.
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