Retaining Project Documentation

Date recorded: January 24, 2018

Engineering/geoscience professionals are required, under bylaw 14(b)(1), to establish and maintain documented quality management processes that include retaining complete project documentation for a minimum of ten (10) years after the completion of a project or ten (10) years after engineering or geoscience documentation is no longer in use.

These obligations apply to engineering/geoscience professionals in all sectors. Project documentation, in this context, includes documentation related to any ongoing engineering or geoscience work, which may not have a discrete start and end, and may occur in any sector.

This webinar will outline the document retention requirements that each member of Engineers and Geoscientists BC must meet as defined in the Quality Management Guidelines – Retention of Project Documentation, and the related policies and procedures that employing organizations must have in place to meet the voluntary OQM certification requirements.


Kelly Dayman

Engineers and Geoscientists BC

Kelly Dayman is a member of ASTTBC as an Applied Science Technologist and Engineers and Geoscientists BC as an Engineering Licensee. Kelly is the Manager of the Organizational Quality Management Program at Engineers and Geoscientists BC. He has over 20 years’ experience in the consulting and manufacturing industries, 10 years of which he has been involved in Quality Management Programs. Kelly is trained as an ISO 9001 Lead Auditor and joined Engineers and Geoscientists BC in 2012 specifically to launch the OQM Program.

Members can claim “1” professional development hours after viewing this session.




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