1255-B, avenue Clarence

Winnipeg, MB Canada R3T 1T4

(877) 452-2272


Who We Are


Safe and sustainable agriculture where healthy Canadian farm communities thrive.


To engage with community partners to promote safety and health in agriculture by providing leadership, support and resources.

About CASA

In an average year, Canada mourns the loss of over 100 adults and children due to agricultural fatalities. Canada’s agricultural sector is one of the most hazardous industries in which to work.

Producer groups, non-profits, government bodies, industry and researchers formed what is now the Canadian Agricultural Safety Association (CASA) in 1993 to respond to issues of health and safety in agriculture.

As a national, non-profit organization, CASA promotes farm safety in the agricultural sector. CASA works with partners in government, business, and farming organizations across the country to support initiatives that equip producers, their families and their workers with the information and tools needed to make farms a safe place to live, work and play.

CASA is governed by a seven-person Board of Directors drawn from a membership base that includes individuals, organizations, governments and businesses.

Our Values

  • We believe Safety and Health in Agriculture is a Priority.
  • We believe in Respect and Integrity.
  • We believe in Sustainability.
  • We believe in Collaboration and Consultation.
  • We believe in Accountability and Transparency.

CASA’s mandate is multifaceted, and includes:


There are many ways to support farm safety with CASA. Become a sponsor, donate to CASA’s charitable wing, the FarmSafe Foundation, become a CASA member, or become a Safety Day Coordinator in your community. Contact us for more information.

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CASA 2021-2023 Strategic Plan

As a national non-profit organization, the Canadian Agricultural Safety Association (CASA) takes a collaborative approach working with partners to support initiatives that equip producers, their families, and workers with the information and tools needed to recognize risks and manage hazards to keep farms safe.

Resources Coordination

Focus area 1

Awareness & Communication

Focus area 2

Community Engagement

Focus area 3

Responsive Organization

Focus area 4