Industrial

Certifications & Associations


AMC

AMC

By 1970, the agricultural industry had grown to a point where agricultural manufacturers needed a voice to speak to government. Thus Prairie Implement Manufacturers Association (PIMA) was born. This new association would allow a sharing of ideas and concerns, and provide a united voice on behalf of the agricultural industry. In 2006, the name of the association was changed from PIMA to Agricultural Manufacturers of Canada (AMC) as it had evolved into a nationally recognized organization representing more than 400 manufacturers and associated suppliers across Canada.


BCWWA

BCWAA

The BC Water & Waste Association is a not-for-profit professional association that represents the people who work every day to keep our water clean and safe – from source to tap to drain and back.

The BCWWA provides professional development, networking, and advocacy on behalf of its members, to ensure that our water systems continue to protect public health and the environment.


Avetta

Avetta

Avetta offers world-class supplier prequalification, with an exceptional focus on safety. It is the global standard in the Chemical, Oil & Gas, Power, Construction, Mining and Manufacturing industries, and is the fastest-growing company in the world in supplier and contractor management. The quality of the Avetta Products, coupled with outstanding customer service, has led to long-term partnerships across the globe.


CISC

CISC

The Canadian Institute of Steel Construction is Canada’s voice for the steel construction industry. The CISC promotes dialogue, collaboration and commerce between industry stakeholders – advancing the benefits of steel to the consulting community, builders and buyers, academia and government. The CISC represents a diverse community of steel manufacturers, fabricators and constructors, engineers and architects, owners and developers, and educators and students, offering a wide span of products and services to enhance capabilities and grow businesses.


COFI

COFI

The Council of Forest Industries is a trade association representing forest companies operating in communities throughout the Interior of the province of British Columbia. Our members are leaders within the global forest products industry. They drive the economy of the province and the communities in which they operate through world-leading forest practices, innovation, sustainability and job creation.


CTEA

The Canadian Transportation Equipment Association (CTEA) works with small, medium and large trailer and vocational truck manufacturers through programs and services that are tailored to enhance its members' manufacturing capabilities. The Association manages to do so by helping members understand and comply with legislated requirements, e.g. vehicle weights & dimensions, the Canada Motor Vehicle Safety Standards and many other compliance issues. In addition, CTEA has developed partnerships with service providers that can assist with HR issues, employee benefit programs and other business concerns.


CWWA

CWWA

CWWA is a non-profit national body representing the common interests of Canada’s public sector municipal water and wastewater services and their private sector suppliers and partners. CWWA is recognized by the federal government and national bodies as the national voice of this public service sector.


MWWA

MWWA

The association is dedicated to environmental stewardship, protection of public health and advancement of water and wastewater professionals through training and educational opportunities.


NACE

NACE

Cloverdale Paint has the largest NACE-Certified sales force in Canada. NACE International is the leader in the corrosion engineering and science community, and is recognized around the world as the premier authority for corrosion control solutions.


OPCA

OPCA

Since 1976, the Ontario Painting Contractors Association has fostered collaboration to achieve success in advocacy, education, industry standards and labour relations for the architectural and decorative painting and protective coating contractor.


SSPC

SSPC

The Society for Protective Coatings was founded in 1950 as the Steel Structures Painting Council, a non-profit professional society concerned with the use of coatings to protect industrial steel structures. In 1997, the name of the association was changed to The Society for Protective Coatings to better reflect the changing nature of coatings technology and the ever-expanding types of construction materials.