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The benefits of membership

Whether you are new to the Canadian Security Association or a longstanding member, here is a refresher on some of the benefits and resources that can help your organization achieve a competitive edge.

August 16, 2016  By Stéphanie Roy

Proudly CANASA: The public recognizes CANASA members as being committed to meeting top industry standards and abiding by a strict code of ethics, so members are encouraged to proudly display the CANASA logo on business cards, websites, vehicles, etc.
Affinity Program: CANASA’s Affinity Program provides members with exclusive discounts on business related products and services used every day, such as insurance, legal services, travel, equipment, shipping, and much more.

Alarm Service Contract Templates: CANASA offers members access to alarm service contract templates for all Canadian provinces, for both commercial and residential use, free-of-charge.

Online False Alarm By-law Repository: CANASA’s false alarm by-law repository, a free resource for members, includes a summary of false alarm by-laws, registration requirements and fees across Canada.

Alarm Technician Course (ATC): The ATC covers a wide range of topics and trends relevant for today’s alarm technician, including new technologies such as networking, wireless and false alarm prevention. Members save 50 per cent.


Online Education Repository: CANASA has launched a one-stop-shop compiled from the educational offerings of leading security organizations. The repository consists of online courses, classroom courses and more.

Bond program: CANASA offers members RBQ licence bonding at $130 a year for specialized contractors and $260 for general contractors. Members also enjoy exclusive savings on BSP bonds (also $130).

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Stéphanie Roy is the director of marketing, communications and membership for CANASA  (www.canasa.org).

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