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.


Forensic engineering piques your curiosity? Here are some of the topics that will be covered in our upcoming webinars:

  • Topic: Glass in the construction sector: risks and failures
    Presented by Nicolas Geoffroy, P.Eng., PhD.
    Tuesday June 25, 2019 – 12:00 to 12:35 – CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
    Tuesday July 16, 2019 – 12:00 to 12:35 – CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

    Although it has been generally used for windows and doors, glass is now increasingly utilized for different applications in the construction sector, particularly for curtain walls and internal partitions. Increasing usage also means a growing number of failures involving glass.

    This webinar will provide an overview of typical losses involving glass in buildings and identify glass types and their specific applications in accordance to the National Building Code. Through a series of examples and case studies, you will leave this webinar with a better understanding of what needs to be considered when handling a claim involving a glass failure.


  • Topic: Myths & Realities related to pressure equipment (ASME)
    Presented by Hugo Julien, P.Eng.
    Wednesday July 10, 2019 – 12:00 to 12:35

    Join us for a webinar that will introduce the basic concepts of pressure equipment in an industrial or commercial setting.

    In this webinar, we will discuss myths and realities about pressurized installations in a commercial and industrial environment. Regulations on this subject will be addressed as well as ASME codes such as ASME B31.1, ASME B31.3, ASME Section I, ASME Section IV and ASME Section VIII div. 1. The Canadian CSA B51 Code and the American Code recognized by the Ontario’s jurisdiction will also be discussed. Topics related to corrosion, welding procedures, welder qualifications, bolting procedures, installation, maintenance, inspection, operation (IOW), repairs and modifications will be covered.