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Latest News & Events
February General Meeting and Guest Speakerposted February 8, 2019
Location: NAIT Main Campus, Building C, Room C-111
10828 118 Avenue, Edmonton, AB
Date: Tuesday, February 19, 2019
Time: 6:30 PM
$5 NAIT Student Parking Lot C, 10828 118 Avenue, Edmonton, AB
PPE: None required
This month we have a special guest visiting with us from Alberta Occupational Health and Safety. They have prepared a special presentation for us, talking about the 2018 regulation updates. If you missed our earlier communication from August, there is some more info here:
NEW Alberta Occupational Health and Safety Code: http://www.qp.alberta.ca/ohscode.cfm
In addition, we will be holding a general meeting to discuss branch business and there is lots to talk about this month. On the table will be continuing education / continuous improvement for power engineers, the recent update from the Alberta Pressure Equipment Sub Council (PESC) and results of the Edmonton Branch executive elections for 2019.
Students and non-members are welcome to attend our general meetings and coffee and snacks will be provided. Please let me know with a short email if you plan to attend.
An Update from the Pressure Equipment Sub Councilupdated February 3, 2019
We are honored to have senior IPE members serve as board members on the Pressure Equipment Sub Council.
Recently one of our members, Mr. Henry Hau, PE, was elected as Chairman of the PESC and this is very exciting news. His first meeting as Chair will be on March 14th, 2019.
In addition, we have some attachments to share regarding the last meeting of the PESC from October 2018. There is a lot of information here, including the meeting minutes from the PESC meetings and also the detailed incident report from the Fernie, BC arena accident from 2017. The Fernie accident happened at a time when many power engineering groups across Canada were busy discussing supervision of refrigeration plants and several of the attached documents are in reference to Fernie.
You can view all the attachments at the link below: