Engineers and Geoscientists BC is hosting two training webinars in support of recently issued Professional Practice Guidelines: one 1-hour lunchtime webinar on the Development of Safety-Critical Software, on November 24, and one 1-hour morning webinar on Developing Climate Change-Resilient Designs for Highway Infrastructure In BC, on December 2.
The Development of Safety-Critical Software
The November 24 lunchtime webinar, in support of Professional Practice Guidelines – Development of Safety-Critical Software, will include Simon Diemert, P.Eng., Critical Systems Laboratory; Dan Rankin, P.Eng., of Engineers and Geoscientists BC; and Jens Weber, P.Eng., of the University of Victoria. The webinar will cover topics such as applicability of the guidelines, the definition of “safety-critical”, and how software engineering processes, safety engineering, and security engineering are concurrently addressed by the guidelines. To learn more about this webinar, or to register, visit egbc.ca/Events/Events/2020/20NOVDOS.
Developing Climate Change-Resilient Designs for Highway Infrastructure in BC
The December 2 morning webinar, in support of Professional Practice Guidelines – Developing Climate Change-Resilient Designs for Highway Infrastructure in British Columbia, will include Harshan Radhakrishnan, P.Eng. of Engineers and Geoscientists BC; Glen Zachary, P.Eng. of Urban Systems, and Des Goold, P.Eng., of Northwest Hydraulic Consultants. The webinar will cover topics such as the guidelines’ standard of practice, recent guideline revisions, and examples of climate change impact assessment methodologies. To learn more about this webinar, or to register, visit egbc.ca/Events/Events/2020/20DECDCC.
Professionals interested in climate change topics related to public infrastructure may also wish to consider the PIEVC Protocol Course, a 5-part online course that provides participants with practice information related to the PIEVC Protocol, a practical tool and process that supports the systematic assessment of the risks of extreme weather and future climate in relation to public infrastructure. The course, developed by Engineers Canada in collaboration with Natural Resources Canada, is delivered by the Climate Risk Institute and begins November 18. For more information or to register, visit climateriskinstitute.ca/2020/10/22/course-pievc-protocol.
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