Mandatory firm regulation will begin in July 2021. The regulatory model is based on three pillars: quality management, continuing education, and ethics. This webinar will cover the requirements in the Professional Governance Act, Regulations, and bylaws, and how Engineers and Geoscientists BC will support registrant firms in meeting the Permit to Practice requirements.
- 12:00 PM–12:45 PM: Understanding the Regulation of Firms
- 12:45 PM–1:00 PM: Q & A
Associate Director of Regulation of Firms, Engineers and Geoscientists BC
As Associate Director of Regulation of Firms, Kelly Dayman is responsible for the Regulation of Firms Program including the education, support, auditing, and practice review of registrant firms. In addition, he is responsible for the Organizational Quality Management (OQM) Program and the organization’s advisory groups related to registrant firms. Kelly is a registered engineering licensee with extensive experience in manufacturing and consulting. Kelly is trained as an ISO 9001:2015 Lead Auditor and has audited firms across Canada, both for ISO 9001 and OQM compliance. He joined Engineers and Geoscientists BC in 2012 to launch the OQM Program and brings the value-added approach of the OQM Program to the regulation of firms.
Associate Director of Professional Practice, Engineers and Geoscientists BC
Lindsay Steele is a registered professional geoscientist with extensive experience in mining and mineral exploration. As Associate Director of Professional Practice, Lindsay is responsible for the development and management of professional practice guidance and resources for individual registrants, including Engineers and Geoscientists BC's professional practice guidelines, practice advisories, quality management standards, and practice advice services. In addition, she oversees the Continuing Education Program and the individual Audit and Practice Review Programs.