What is CFSA
Promoting Fire Safety since 1971
The Canadian Fire Safety Association is a non-profit organization established in 1971, to promote fire safety through the use of seminars, safety training courses, informative newsletters, scholarships, and regular meetings.
Our membership represents a broad cross section of government, business, and education including Architects, Engineers, Fire Officials, Building Officials, Fire Protection Consultants, Manufacturers, the Insurance Industry, Teachers and Students.
Regular dinner meetings and technical sessions provide an opportunity for members to hear knowledgeable speakers and to exchange views on a wide variety of fire safety topics. Our association has been instrumental in evaluating and recommending new Canadian fire safety standards.
The CFSA provides a Canadian Forum for anyone interested in fire safety regardless of his/her vocation, academic or professional qualifications. Anyone may be a member in good standing as long as he/she is genuinely interested in fire safety.
Aims and Objectives
The CFSA is organized to promote the science and improve the methods of fire protection and prevention, to obtain and circulate information on these subjects, and to secure the understanding and cooperation of the Canadian Public in establishing proper safeguard against loss of life and property by fire.