Professional Governance Act: 2020 Update – What You Need to Know

Video Length: 1:00:30

Date Recorded: August 6, 2020

The regulatory landscape in BC is changing and the implementation of the Professional Governance Act in November 2020, represents a shift in how the professions of engineering and geoscience are regulated, and introduces new obligations and requirements to professional engineers and geoscientists.

Engineers and Geoscientists BC recognizes that transitioning from a near 100-year-old piece of legislation can raise questions and concerns amongst registrants and we are committed to ensuring registrants are kept informed throughout the transition period.

This webinar will provide an update on the status of the Professional Governance Act, including information on the Code of Ethics, Continuing Education Program, Annual Information Reporting, and other changes that will come into effect in November 2020. This webinar will also provide registrants the opportunity to have their questions on this important topic answered by President Lianna Mah, P.Eng., FEC.




Lianna Mah, P.Eng., FEC, is the Vice President of Business Development at Associated Engineering and, since 1990, has served in various other roles there as well. Previous to this she was a Project Engineer at M. M. Dillon Ltd.

Lianna earned her Bachelor of Applied Science in Civil Engineering as well as her Master of Engineering in Environmental Engineering at the University of British Columbia. She has served Engineers and Geoscientists BC in a variety of volunteer positions including Director and past Chair of the Foundation, a member of the Women in Engineering and Geoscience Task Force, a member of the Professional Renewal Task Force, and a member of the Editorial Board.

Lianna is an Advisor in the Master of Engineering Leadership at the University of British Columbia, as well as an Advisor in the Women in Science and Engineering BC/Yukon at the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council. Lianna is also active in her community involvement and was for a length of time, the President of the Seaforth Chinese School, as well as a Member of the Scholarship Committee at the Science Council of BC. This year marks her term as President on Council.

Members can claim "1" informal professional development hours after viewing this session



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