Standards Research

Understanding our changing world to drive tomorrow’s solutions

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CSA Group research holds the potential to impact lives around the world

The world is changing at a lightning-fast pace and industry is evolving along with it. Trends, disrupters, and a shifting business landscape will define the future of business. Industry trends emerge and evolve alongside the changing needs of the world around us, helping to define the future successes of your business.

At CSA Group, we believe keeping pace and even getting ahead of change relies on a strong research program.

That’s why we dedicate considerable effort to conducting and supporting research that:

  • focuses on new and emerging areas that have the potential to impact safety, health, the environment and the economy with a goal of exploring the potential for new standards-based solutions
  • supports the development of future standards by providing valuable information and insights that our technical committees can use to strengthen and expedite the development of standards
  • provides interim guidance to industries on the development and adoption of new technologies
  • demonstrates our on-going commitment to social good
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Featured Image.  Nouvelles technologies pour les dispositifs libre-service et leurs répercussions sur l’utilisabilité pour les personnes en situation de handicap

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Nouvelles technologies pour les dispositifs libre-service et leurs répercussions sur l’utilisabilité pour les personnes en situation de handicap

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Featured Image.  Hydrogen and Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) Standards: Comparison of Pressure Terminology and Validation Pressure Test Levels

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Hydrogen and Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) Standards: Comparison of Pressure Terminology and Validation Pressure Test Levels

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Featured Image.  Advanced Classification of Hydrogen: Life Cycle Assessment and Beyond

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Advanced Classification of Hydrogen: Life Cycle Assessment and Beyond

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Featured Image.  Exploring Circular Strategies to Extend the Life of Existing Buildings

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Exploring Circular Strategies to Extend the Life of Existing Buildings

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Featured Image.  Incidences des fauteuils roulants motorisés et des dispositifs de mobilité motorisés connexes sur les exigences relatives au chargement et à la conception pour les plates-formes élévatrices de la norme CSA B355

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Incidences des fauteuils roulants motorisés et des dispositifs de mobilité motorisés connexes sur les exigences relatives au chargement et à la conception pour les plates-formes élévatrices de la norme CSA B355

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Featured Image.  Accessibility and Connected and Automated Vehicles: Challenges and Considerations

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Accessibility and Connected and Automated Vehicles: Challenges and Considerations

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Featured Image.  Bioeconomy Landscape: Insights for Standardization

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Bioeconomy Landscape: Insights for Standardization

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Featured Image.  Employees’ perceived psychological health and safety experience during COVID-19 through an inclusion lens

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Employees’ perceived psychological health and safety experience during COVID-19 through an inclusion lens

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Featured Image.  Climate Adaptation and Resilience in Commercial Real Estate

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Climate Adaptation and Resilience in Commercial Real Estate

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