In partnership with the Municipal Engineers Division, the presentation will be followed by a networking session.
All engineering and geoscience professionals are required to seal professional documents that are prepared by them or under their direct supervision and delivered to others who will rely on them. Unfortunately, confusion regarding sealing requirements, what should be sealed, and what shouldn’t be sealed remains one of the top issues identified in Practice Reviews and Organizational Quality Management audits. This presentation will clarify sealing requirements in BC, and address municipal specific issues.
- 1:30 PM: Presentation
- 2:10 PM: Q&A
- 2:30 PM: Networking
Manager, Organizational Quality Management, Engineers and Geoscientists BC
As the Manager of the Organizational Quality Management (OQM) program at Engineers and Geoscientists BC. Mr. Dayman is responsible for all aspects of the OQM program including training, certification, and auditing.
Mr. Dayman is a registered professional with both ASTTBC and Engineers and Geoscientists BC, and is qualified as an ISO 9001:2015 Lead Auditor. He has over 20 years experience in consulting, manufacturing, and quality management which has enabled Kelly to bring a practical approach to the implementation of the OQM program and supporting Engineers and Geoscientists BC members.
Manager, Professional Practice Advice Program, Engineers and Geoscientists BC
As Manager of the Professional Practice Advice Program, Amy is responsible for overseeing the team that assists members with professional practice related issues. This includes practice advice services, practice guideline development, practice committee support, and external stakeholder engagement regarding practice issues that affect members.
Ms. Fehr is a registered professional engineer with experience in various fields related to civil engineering. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Saskatchewan. She spent over 15 years as a consulting engineer performing roles related to structural engineering, hydrotechnical engineering, and quality management before joining the association in 2017. Her background in consulting gives her a solid understanding of many practice issues facing members and allows her to bring an efficient and constructive approach to the work she does.