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CSA

abbreviation for CHILD SUPPORT AGENCY.
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owns utility and design patents for the invention in the United States and worldwide, and has approval on it from the Canadian Standards Association.
government will give procurement preference to participants of SFI, Forest Stewardship Council (FSC), and Canadian Standards Association (CSA) that meet certain criteria.
Avista Labs recently announced it has received Compliance Engineering (CE) and Canadian Standards Association (CSA) certifications for its one-kilowatt Independence 1000 fuel cell product.
In preparation for that forecast, and in part to direct the actual code language they envision, the Window and Door Manufacturers Association (WDMA), the American Architectural Manufacturers Association, and the Canadian Standards Association have teamed up to create the industry's first ever voluntary performance guidelines for side hinged doors.
The facilities, located in eight countries around the world, were certified by the Quality Management Institute (QMI), a division of Canadian Standards Association (CSA) Group.
Standards-Health Canada will contribute close to $2 million to the Canadian Standards Association to formalize and maintain clear, transparent and responsible management standards to improve organ and tissue donation practices.
A goal will be to compare SFI standards with other certification programs such as the Canadian Standards Association, Pan European Forest Certification and Forest Stewardship Council.
in Cleveland, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Canadian Standards Association.
And the Canadian Standards Association (CSA), after reviewing research and consulting with Health Canada and others, has decided not to certify these products for household use.
Standard grades of Poron urethane foam materials have been approved for gasketing and flammability by the Canadian Standards Association (CSA).
The growth of risk management in the international community has prompted bodies in several countries, most notably the Canadian Standards Association (CSA) and Standards Australia/New Zealand, to examine standards for the profession.
Task Group on Computer Communications Protocols for Bibliographic Data Interchange, an advisory body to the National Librarian of Canada and a subcommittee of the Canadian Standards Association on Open Systems

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