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Mechanical Engineering Technologist (Fire Protection)

Location: Edmonds A01

Competition Number: BCH-R-2101-08

Job Number: 587511

Your passion lies in making a difference. By moving beyond the expected, you help make our world a better place. These are values we respect and seek out in employees. As the demand for electricity grows, so does our need for more bright minds to join our team. Together, we can build our community, foster conservation and deliver clean, reliable energy solutions for today, tomorrow and generations to come.

DUTIES: The successful candidate:


BC SFPE Meeting Topic: Hybrid Water Mist Systems

Timothy Carman of Tyco Fire Suppression will give us a presentation on the new AUQASONIC hybrid water mist that uses nitrogen to atomize and discharge the water mist into the protected space. The presentation will review the basic fire principles of water mist, the appropriate uses and risks best protected with water mist, and will cover the technical details of the Auqasonic system.

When: September 29, 2008 Dinner @ 6PM Presentation @ 7PM

Where: Pink Pearl Chinese Seafood Restaurant, 1132 E Hastings Lots of Parking on site


Professor, School of Fire Protection Engineering Technology

Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering Technology, Newnham Campus, Seneca College


Fire Protection Engineer, HRSDC LABOUR

The Job


Invitation to 10th Annual PNW Chapter SFPE Golf Tournament

The Pacific Northwest SFPE Chapter would like to extend our Golf Tournament invitation to the British Columbia Chapter. Below are the details. We hope that some of you can make it!

See below for the "official" registration sheet for our 10th Annual SFPE Golf Tournament which benefits our Kermit Gastfield Memorial Scholarship Fund. This scholarship is awarded annually in the amount of $1,200 to a qualified and interested engineering student in their junior or senior year of undergraduate study. It is our way of helping to encourage development of future Fire Protection Engineers.



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