Membership

We Need Farm Safety Leaders Like You.​

Then it’s time to become CASA member.

CASA members are safety professionals and consultants, farmers and ranchers, researchers and academics, educators and influencer, business and community leaders. They work in agri-business, producer and commodity groups, government, and non-profit safety associations. Join us!

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Membership Benefits at a Glance

Membership BenefitsBasicEnhanced
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Subscription to Communiqué
Subscription to Liaison newsletter
Opportunity to promote ag health & safety info to CASA networks
Safety panel surveys
Member exclusive emails about upcoming events and activities
Voting member
Conference discountOneUp to Four
Online course discount25%One Free, then 50%
CASA shop discount15%25%
Teaching kit resource shipping (as requested)Up to $200/year
Early ordering of AgSafe ribbons 
Access to database of farm safety news articles and media clippings 
Access to subject matter experts 
Access to topic-specific articles for reprint in websites and newsletters 
Training programs available for in-house use 
 Basic Membership $100/yearEnhanced Membership $300/year

Join CASA today, and network with some of the best and brightest farm safety leaders in Canada.

Membership FAQs

Membership gives you the opportunity to help guide the future of CASA. Members enjoy the benefit of networking with other farm safety stakeholders, receive discounts for online training courses, free one-way shipping of teaching kit resource items and more. Current members include farmers, safety professionals, agri-businesses, non-profit organizations and other farm safety influencers. Joining CASA means working alongside some of the best and brightest in farm safety.

Whether your membership is for an individual or an organization, CASA has two membership levels, Basic ($100), Enhanced ($300). 

To purchase a new or renew an existing membership, please contact CASA

CASA memberships expire at fiscal-year-end (March 31st). 

New membership fees are prorated based on the day of approval based on CASA’s fiscal-year dates. 

There is a 30-day grace period after a membership expires. Online renewal is simple, fast and accessible at any time. 

CASA offers members a 30-day grace period following the expiration of their membership. If you are within this time frame, simply renew your membership online. If your membership has lapsed beyond the grace period, please contact CASA.

CASA memberships are not transferable. However, if the membership is in the name of an organization, you can appoint a change in representative at any time. Contact CASA for more information. 

Members drive the direction of CASA’s focus by voting for and serving as Board Members.  Member input and Board directives are integral to CASA’s success.

All members are entitled to one vote. Enhanced members may name one person who may vote at CASA’s Annual General Meeting.

There are some CASA teaching kit items that you can purchase. Contact CASA for more information. 

Contact CASA for your discounts for the CASA shop and on-line courses. Conference registration will offer a member price. 

Basic members can save $25 per conference registration (to a maximum of one registration). Enhanced members can save $25 per conference registration (to a maximum of four registrations).

CASA has an archive of safety advice articles on everything from preventing grain entrapment to cold weather safety advice. Upon request, CASA will provide you content that you can publish in newsletters or blogs. All we ask is that you provide attribution to CASA. 

Periodically CASA requires input from stakeholders and members about CASA’s programming and services. We gather this information through on-line surveys. These surveys are an opportunity outside of the Board and the Annual General Meeting to provide input. 

At CASA, we have staff that can connect you with the appropriate experts that can help you with any questions about farm safety. 

CASA has an archive of safety advice articles on everything from preventing grain entrapment to cold weather safety advice. Upon request, CASA will provide you content that you can publish in newsletters or blogs. All we ask is that you provide attribution to CASA.

All members in good standing are eligible to run for the Board. Nominations are held prior to CASA’s AGM. Members can nominate themselves or have another member nominate them for a seat on the Board. Voting takes place before the AGM via electronic ballots.

Board members serve three-year terms and provide policy direction to CASA. Board members meet in person two to three times a year and participate in conference calls every six weeks. Officer positions (Chair, Vice-Chair, Treasurer and Secretary) are elected yearly by the Board.

Want to renew or take out a new membership but don’t want to do it online? Fill out this application, and mail, email or call CASA to make payment.