CANENA Connects: March 2022

Council Meeting Marks CANENA 30th Anniversary

Over 150 individuals attended the CANENA Council teleconference on February 24th, 2022, showing tremendous support for CANENA and its constituents, marking a major milestone of regional collaboration. CANENA’s 30th anniversary exemplifies the open and collaborative nature of a standardization community that manages an increasing portfolio, over 110 and counting, of safety-designated harmonized product standards recognized as National Standards by Canada, Mexico and the United States.

 

Sincere appreciation is extended for the vital, sustaining support from UL, CSA Group, and the Asociación de Normalización y Certificación, A.C, and also to the volunteer officers and participants that lead the development of electrotechnical safety Standards with government and regulators as active and equal partners.

As such, CANENA remains an industry-driven initiative, knitting together the national quality infrastructure of the U.S., Canada, and Mexico to provide needed assurance to its Members that they can design one product that will be installed and used as intended in North America. Happy birthday to CANENA and here’s to many more!

CANENA Executive Committee Appointment

The U.S. Member-at-Large serves as a voting Member of the CANENA Executive Committee and supports the U.S. Vice President during the annual U.S. CANENA Caucus Meeting.

Rusty Tharp of Goodman Manufacturing has been nominated and approved by the CANENA Executive Committee and CANENA Council. Members-at-Large serve for two years and may be re-elected for up to two additional terms.

We thank Rusty for his service and look forward to his participation!

Member Renewals for 2022
The 2022 Membership drive is live! 2022 CANENA Memberships can be registered here: 2022 CANENA Membership Registration. Memberships run from January 1st to December 31st as a calendar year and do not rollover to the next year.

Memberships fund CANENA and its essential operations to support regional harmonization of electrotechnical product safety Standards between the countries of the Americas. Choosing CANENA for Standards harmonization ensures the output reflects regional institutions, their values, and installed infrastructure. Our commitment to you is to keep the cost low and allow a more significant number of CANENA projects. We thank you for your support. For more information, please take a look at the membership renewal letter on the CANENA website.