Casa Collective Agreement

Members can find a copy of these agreements in the Members Only section under Special Messages. Their help is needed to work with other members of the Association, to show that these programs are being implemented at the local level in a planned and phased manner, to improve current firefighting capabilities and to help communities continue their efforts to reduce or stabilize the increase in fire loss costs. I invite you to participate in the pursuit of our common goal – the preservation of life and ownership of fire. Welcome to the website of the Canadian Automatic Sprinkler Association, the Sprinklers Association of Canada. I invite you to take a close look at the programs and services of the Canadian Association of Automatic Sprinklers. Join us if we extend the benefits of automatic sprinklers to all Canadians where we work, live and play. (d) the collection, retention and dissemination of commercial information of benefit to the sector; The full document on the mission and objectives is available in the casa statutes, statutes and amendments available at the casa office. Canada has one of the worst fire records in the industrialized world. Experts have estimated that the cost of fire in Canada is $11 billion per year (1995).

For this reason, CASA has developed, as part of a national awareness campaign, a number of programmes aimed at reducing the impact of these dizzying costs through the use of modern sprinkler technologies.

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