Accreditation




CANASA, member 141766: Established in 1977, the Canadian Security Association (CANASA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the interests of its members and the security of all Canadians. CANASA members enjoy unlimited access to training, as well as updates to new technologies and installation standards.

http://www.canasa.org/en



Régie du Bâtiment du Québec (RBQ), 5585-7916-01: The RBQ is mandated to ensure the quality of construction work as well as the safety of the persons who access a given building.

www.rbq.gouv.qc.ca/en/



Bureau de la sécurité privée, Agency Number S.E. 4274: The National Assembly of Québec adopted the Private Security Act, which came into effect on July 22, 2010. The new law replaces the Act Respecting Detective or Security Agencies, which dates back to 1962. The Privacy Security Act requires that any individual who provides a private security service in Quebec must be a licensed agent. Further, any individual operating a business that carries on a private security activity must hold an agency licence of the class that corresponds to the service offered. Astral Sécurité is proud to be in compliance with this law.

www.bureausecuriteprivee.ca/en/



CAA Quebec, supplier 1092: CAA-Quebec makes certain that every one of its residential suppliers is worthy of your trust. To this end, it selects only those who meet a stringent set of criteria that includes: expertise and qualifications, solvency, reputation with customers, quality of the customer protection program, and service.

www.caaquebec.com/en/



The Direction de l’indemnisation des victimes d’actes criminels (IVAC) is a division of the Quebec Workmen’s Compensation Commission (CSST).
It is responsible for administering the Crime Victim’s Compensation Act (R.S.Q, chapterI-6) and the Act to Promote Good Citizenship (R.S.Q., chapter C-20) The compensation entitled to victims of crime and rescuers are, with few exceptions, the same as those provided for under the Act Respecting Industrial Accidents and Occupational Diseases (R.S.Q., chapter A-3.001) Benefits and services available to claimants include medical assistance, temporary total disability benefits, permanent total disability benefits, death benefits, and rehabilitation services. The IVAC board is responsible for evaluating the eligibility of and processing the compensation claims it receives

Astral Sécurité is an authorized supplier of IVAC.
www.ivac.qc.ca/en/