Jun 13, 2019 11:40 AM - 1:30 PM
Atlantic Canada Aviation Museum
Join us for this new CPD Session, which will feature a presentation on the Site Responsibilities of engineers and then a presentation providing an update on recent engineering issues from Nova Scotia and around Canada.
The first presentation will discuss the nuances of 2 recent court cases involving a serious construction accident and the questions that the final verdicts posed with respect to OH&S Act and Regulations compliance. The discussion will center around the engineer’s safety responsibilities when acting on behalf of a client on a project site. Is the engineer always responsible for safety on the site? Some times the law is not at all clear to those involved.
The second session will present information related to a number of recent engineering projects where issues have occurred. The ethical and engineering related challenges of these projects will be discussed, and participants will have the opportunity to discuss these challenges and what could have been done to help alleviate them.
Location: Atlantic Canada Aviation Museum (20 Sky Blvd, Goffs, NS)
Date: Thursday, June 13, 2019
Time: Lunch and Networking: 11:30 am -12:00 pm, Presentations and Discussion: 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm
Cost: Free (lunch – please advise of any special dietary requirements)
RSVP: Please use our Online Registration process to register.
This event qualifies for 2 Professional Development Hours (PDH) for the Engineers Nova Scotia CPD program.
Join Kris Dove, P.Eng., Chief Operating Officer at Engineers Nova Scotia, and Conrad LeLièvre, P.Eng., for this session.
Conrad LeLièvre has over 35 years of industrial and consulting engineering experience. Conrad has vast experience in occupational health and safety issues. Some of his areas of interest include machine safeguarding, pressure vessel repairs and alterations, hoist and lifting equipment certification, as well as hazard assessments. Conrad is a member of the Engineers Nova Scotia Public Safety Committee and he has participated on several advisory committees relating to OH&S Regulations reviews with the Government of Nova Scotia. Conrad has been a Registered Professional Engineer in Nova Scotia since 1978 and has been a holder of a Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP) designation since 2003.
Kris Dove is the COO with Engineers Nova Scotia, the regulatory body for engineers in the province of Nova Scotia. He has worked with the association for ten years, during which time he created and implemented a Professional Development program for professional engineers. Kris has also worked to implement a number of technology-based upgrades for the association, including a new database management system and electronic balloting for annual officer elections. Kris discusses ethical issues with members on a daily basis, and also through his work managing the Complaints and Discipline process for the association.