Canadian Standards Association


Canadian Standards Association
Prüfzeichen SA

Die Canadian Standards Association (CSA) bzw. Association Canadiennne de Normalisation ist eine nicht-staatliche technische Prüforganisation, die Normen und Standards setzt sowie Produkte auf ihre Sicherheit überprüft und zertifiziert. Sie wurde im Jahr 1919 in Kanada gegründet, ist mittlerweile aber weltweit tätig.

Die Canadian Standards Association vergibt ein eigenes Prüfzeichen, das insbesondere in den USA und in Kanada von Bedeutung ist.

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