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Asked and Answered: What are CSA standards and where can I find them?

by Megan Smiley | Jul 10, 2017
Asked & Answered is a collection of answers to tricky legal research questions, written by Courthouse Libraries staff. Search Asked & Answered here.

WHAT ARE CSA STANDARDS AND WHERE CAN I FIND THEM?
 

CSA Group – formerly Canadian Standards Association – is Canada’s largest standards development organization. They develop industry specific standards and codes that determine best practices, promote safer work environments, and improve product safety and performance for a wide range of industries.

Over 3000 CSA standards and codes are available for purchase through the CSA Online store in print and digital formats. Pricing varies from publication to publication.

Courthouse Libraries BC does not collect CSA standards, but they are available at other libraries. Some CSA publications can be found at Vancouver Public Library – you can check the VPL catalogue to see if they have the one you need. UBC Library also has an extensive collection of standards which can be searched through the UBC catalogue.

Links

CSA Group - http://www.csagroup.org/

CSA Store - http://shop.csa.ca/?gclid=CKS98sn5z9QCFRBEfgodxYoJ2Q

UBC Library catalogue - http://www.library.ubc.ca/

UBC Library contact - http://about.library.ubc.ca/contact-us/

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