Welcome to the Web page for the British Columbia Chapter of the Society of Fire Protection Engineers. This webpage is for members of the chapter and for those interested in fire protection engineering in British Columbia.  

City of Edmonton Fire Rescue: Fire Protection Engineer

Unique career opportunity with Edmonton Fire Rescue Services, as a Fire Protection Engineer!

This leading edge, internationally accredited Fire Service seeks a dynamic, forward thinking professional with a passion for Public Service from a fire safety perspective.

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SFPE St. Laurent Chapter Course: Engineering Human Response in Fire: Principles, Models, and Applications

This seminar will help you to understand the human behaviour in fire emergencies, from the first alert and cues to the aftermath of the evacuation process. It elaborates on the material that was presented in Module 3 of the January 2011 course ‘Basic Principles of Fire Protection Engineering’ (not a pre?requisite). The seminar material comes in part from the research work of Dr Guylène Proulx, deceased, during her tenure at the NRC. This course encompasses an in?depth overview of Human Response in Fire, allowing participants to gain or refresh their knowledge on the topic.

St Lawrence SFPE Chapter Course: PRINCIPLES OF FIRE PROTECTION ENGINEERING

LOCATION:
Sandman Hotel ( Adjacent to Longueuil Metro Station ) 999 rue de Sérigny Longueuil, QC, CANADA J4K 2T1 http://www.sandmanhotels.com/en/hotel/quebec/montreal

DATE:
MONDAY TO THURSDAY (INCLUDED) 24TH TO 27TH OF JANUARY 2011

COURSE HOURS:
8:00 TO 17:00

ACTIVITY LANGUAGES:
ENGLISH AND FRENCH

This course is delivered for the first time in Canada, take advantage of this unique opportunity to learn and network!

RESUME
This formation will allow the possibility to make a global review of the fire protection field, gaining or refreshing their knowledge of the principles of

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Fire Modeling

Taught by UW Professors Kaan Inal and Beth Weckman
The UW Master of Engineering in Fire Safety Program
February 8 - 12, 2010
Monday - Thursday: 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Friday: 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.

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Environment Canada Fact Sheet On Phase-Out of Halons

Environment Canada has asked us to inform our members and others about these new regulatory requirements:

Attached is an Environment Canada fact sheet with important information about the Phase-out and Disposal of Halons in Fire-extinguishing Systems in Canada

This fact sheet aims to inform owners of halon fire-extinguishing systems and personnel servicing these systems of the phase-out requirements and disposal options for these systems in Canada.

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