Please note: The description below captures the key aspects of this membership category, but may be abbreviated from the 'official' description, as contained in the Association By-laws, Article II. In case of any discrepancy or omission between the description below and those contained in the By-laws, the Association By-laws shall prevail.

Associate Core Member

This level of membership is open to oil and gas service, supply and manufacturing (SSM) companies whose Canadian-based business during the preceding accounting year was up to fifty percent by dollar sales volume that of a service, supply or manufacturing company providing or selling services, supplies or manufactured goods to the upstream petroleum industry in Canada, and who hold a Certificate of Recognition (COR), Small Employer COR (SECOR) or PSAC Board of Directors-approved alternate program (alternate program option is applicable only in jurisdictions where COR/SECOR are not recognized).

Associate Core Members are not eligible to sit on the PSAC Board of Directors.

NEW: In June 2017, the PSAC Board of Directors passed a resolution requiring all PSAC Core-Group Members to be enrolled in the Community Partners Program, the industry-wide, in-the-field program that fosters courteous behaviour in areas of oil and gas activity. Click here for program details.

PLEASE NOTE: The PSAC membership application is a lengthy document, which MUST be completed in a single session (there is no ability to save your work and return to it at a later time/date).

BEFORE YOU BEGIN THE APPLICATION PROCESS, please click HERE to review the "Application Checklist" for a list of the material and information you will require to complete your application, and ensure you've gathered all these components BEFORE you continue (the checklist will open in a NEW tab or browser window).

If your selected membership category is deemed by PSAC to not apply to your organization's business activity, PSAC will contact you to discuss amendment of this application.

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