Associations & organizations
The CME's mandate is to promote the competitiveness of Canadian manufacturers and the success of Canada's goods and services exporters in markets around the world.
The association focuses on enhancing the reputation of plastic and the plastics industry in Canada.
This awards program provides the opportunity to recognize and celebrate excellence in health and safety, whether it is for a special project, outstanding achievement, or lifelong commitment to the betterment of the health and safety profession at the chapter, regional and national levels.
This organization provides information for migrant workers in North America.
The department studies how environmental and workplace factors can affect human health and how to identify and prevent these exposures and adverse outcomes. Its goal — through research, teaching, and service — is to protect human health by reducing harmful exposures and promoting activities with positive benefits. In addition to offering academic programs of study, it has a robust events calendar.
The regulatory and enforcement body for workplace health and safety in Great Britain.
The provincial safety alliance for the food and manufacturing industries. MSABC is also a certifying partner in our certificate of recognition (COR) program.
OHSA is the main federal agency charged with the enforcement of safety and health legislation.
The union represents men and women at more than 1,500 workplaces across Canada.
Wood & wood products
America's national trade association for the forest, paper, and wood products industry.
The association promotes environmentally friendly wood shakes and shingles.
The national association representing Canadian manufacturers of wood products used in construction.
The bureau is the non-profit industry association that represents Certi-label brand product manufacturing members, distributors, wholesalers, retailers, approved installers, and other associates.
A B.C. forest industry trade association, the council focuses on issues with province-wide implications in seven major areas: Aboriginal affairs, environment and energy, forestry, markets and trade, occupational health and safety, taxation, transportation.
FPAC is the voice of Canada’s wood, pulp, and paper producers nationally and internationally in government, trade, and environmental affairs.
FPInnovations specializes in creating scientific solutions to support the Canadian forest sector's global competitiveness, and responding to the priority needs of its industry members and government partners.
The network promotes the mutual well-being of workers, rural communities, and forests by supporting individuals and groups that build sustainable relationships between forests and people.
The PPWC represents 7,000 workers, mainly employed in Canada's pulp and paper industry.
WSN is an independent not-for-profit health and safety organization. WSN member firms are companies in Ontario's mining, forestry, paper, printing and converting sectors. WSN offers training programs related to safety in the forest products industry.