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La Société canadienne
de géotechnique
The Canadian
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Pratiques professionnelles
À propos du Comité sur les pratiques professionnelles
The Professional Practice Committee's mandate is:

• To Highlight and Educate CGS Members on Professional Practice Issues Facing Geoprofesionals.
• Communicate CGS’s views on issues relevant to "Geoprofessionals" belonging to the society, and
• To address other aspects of professional practice that are of interest or concern to society members.
Comité exécutif
Les membres exécutifs du Comité sur les pratiques professionnelles sont:
Président
J. Suzanne Powell
Ancien président
Kent Bannister
Membre
Rodney McAffee
Membre
James Blatz
Membre
Roger Skirrow
Membre
Yves Cormier
Secrétaire
Vacant
Vice-président
Vacant
Membre
Bob Patrick
Membre
Pierre Boulanger
Membre
Paul Dittrich
Membre
Andre Bom
Membre
Olaide Ojomo


In addition to the above the committee regularly hosts specialty sessions at the annual CGS conference presentations from recent specialty sessions are provided below:

2015

Why don't we learn from experience? A simple process for improving your process delivery and profitability
Presented by: Wilma Schreuders and Robert vanArsdall – XL Catlin

 

2012

Projects Gone Wild Session
An Engineer’s Professional Liability “Horror Story”
Presented by: John Seychuk, Golder Associates


Alternate Dispute Resolution by Reverse Engineering – A Case History 
Presented by: Fred Matich, MAJM Corporation Ltd.,

 

2011

Expert Witness or Litigant Expert
Presented by: Neil Abbot, Partner in Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP

 

2010

Don’t Rely on My Advice a Practical Guide to Disclaimers
Presented by: Neil Abbot, Partner in Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP

Alliancing / Partnering in Geotechnical Engineering
Presented by: Roger Olds and Michael Norman, Coffey Geotechnics

 

2009

Lawyers are From Venus, Experts are From Hell
Presented by: Neil Abbot, Partner in Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP

Projects Gone Wild Session
Two Lessons Learned From the Construction of the Mactaquac Dam in New Brunswick
Presented by: Arvid Landva, TerrAtlantic Engineering Ltd.


Projects Go Wrong Because…
Presented by: Jack Crooks, Golder Associates


When Clay Attacks
Presented by: James Blatz, University of Manitoba

Si vous avez des commentaires ou des suggestions, veuillez communiquer avec le Comité sur les pratiques professionnelles, à ProfessionalPractice@cgs.ca.