By Michel Millmore P.T., CESA,
Given the considerable impact caused by the reinforcement of the Environment Quality Act (EQA), it has become essential, particularly within the scope of an insurance claim, to identify with a comfortable level of certainty the source of the contamination and the person responsible for its releasing to the environment.
By Érica Beaucage-Gauvreau EIT, M.A.Sc.,
Accidents happen so easily! In fact, results from a study by the Canadian Public Health Agency show that 226,436 individuals were admitted to a hospital due to bodily injuries between April 2002 and March 2003 and that 13,906 Canadians died as a result of their injuries in 2003.
By Frédéric Bourgeois Eng., M.A.Sc., Metallurgist, Isabelle Murray P. Eng., M.A.Sc., Metallurgist, Assistant Director, Montreal,
We recently noticed an important rise of the failure rate of brass made parts installed in modern plumbing networks.
By Philippe Bouchard Eng., P. Eng., CFEI, CVFI, Guy Voisine Eng., P. Eng.,
A recent judgment from the Quebec Court of Appeal in a case opposing CRANE Canada Inc. and ECONOMICAL INSURANCE COMPANY (in which CEP Forensic Engineering, Inc. had testified as an expert witness in the Quebec Superior Court) will likely change the dynamics in regards to the investigation of failures of ceramic toilet tanks.