To help you learn more about forensic investigations, CEP has created a series of seminars geared towards professionals in the insurance industry, some of which are available online.
Our webinars are a great way to improve your knowledge, without wreaking havoc on your schedule!
With our digital platform, you can take part in the live training session, ask the experts questions through the chat tool, and take advantage of the visual educational materials we have developed.
If you are not available at the time of the training, we will send you the recording of the session for later viewing.
All of our webinars are free!
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Fractures, Fatigue and Forensics: the art and science of materials engineering
November 4: 12 pm to 1 pm MST
Presented by Colin Allison, P.Eng.
Material properties have intrigued people for ages, from the advent of stone tools, through the bronze age, to alchemical experimentation and still today. But what does turning lead into gold have in common with the failure of a PEX or copper water line in a house? More than you might think! Every material has strengths and weaknesses; in this webinar, our expert delves into the failures of a variety of materials, from metals to polymers, and what they can determine from the failure modes, circumstances and testing options. A variety of case studies will be used to explain the nuances of how a materials engineer can help answer your questions and give you the information you need to successfully resolve your files.
This webinar has been submitted for AIC continuing education credits in AB.
Think you know everything there is to know about roof coverings and their failures? Poor design? Material defect? Workmanship? Environmental factors? Join Patricia Fortier, P.Eng., and Jason Edelstein, P.Eng., M.A.Sc., two of CEP’s resident Building Envelope Specialists on November 25, 2021, to get a better understanding of roofing systems. Become familiar with the various types of roof coverings used here in Canada. Understand how the roofing industry is regulated and the roles and responsibilities of roofing professionals – a crucial element when investigating the cause of any roofing failure, especially if there is an opportunity to subrogate. During the presentation they will share a plethora of common failures specific to the many types of roof covering systems.