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April 1, 2008
Senior Forensic Engineer (2008-1013) Edmonton
Candidates will be expected to have a minimum of eight years of direct experience in one or more of the following areas: electrical, mechanical, structural, or civil engineering; fire/explosion investigation; vehicle collision reconstruction; failure analysis; personal injury loss investigations; and product liability.
Applicants must be eligible for registration as a P.Eng. with APEGGA, and preferably will have significant prior court experience, including multiple qualifications as an expert witness in areas of his/her expertise.
Candidates must have excellent written and verbal skills and be capable of dealing with clients such as insurance adjusters, insurance companies, and lawyers. He/she must also be capable of conducting marketing efforts including seminars, presentations, and meetings for forensic-specific clients, to further develop the discipline in relevant areas.
Senior Forensic Engineer (2008-3004) Calgary
Applicants must have a minimum of 5 years direct experience in one or more of the following areas: fire/explosion investigation, vehicle collision reconstruction failure analysis (electrical/mechanical, structural/civil), personal injury loss investigations, and product liability.
Applicants must be registered as a P.Eng. with APEGGA (or suitable for registration), and have significant prior court experience, including qualifications as an expert witness in areas of his/her expertise. Must be capable of dealing with clients, including private individuals, companies/corporations, insurance adjusters/companies, and lawyers, with excellent written and verbal skills. He/she must also be capable of conducting marketing efforts, including seminars, presentations, and meetings, for forensic-specific clients, to further develop the discipline in relevant areas.
For further information, please contact:
HR- Recruitment Assistant
A. D. Williams Engineering Inc.
10010 100 street
Edmonton, AB Canada, T5J ON3
Direct line (780) 409-3159
December 1, 2004
The Quebec chapter of CATAIR is now up and running. For information, click here The interim executive of the new
Quebec chapter is listed under the Current Executive tab.
March 7, 2004
CATAIR members can login to the Members Only section to view the the minutes from the Atlantic Region March 2004 meeting.
October 1, 2003
The minutes from the Atlantic Region September 2003 meeting can be found by
clicking on the following link CATAIR Atlantic Region Meeting
Minutes September 21, 2003 (pdf format) and a photograph of the attendees can be viewed by
clicking on CATAIR Atlantic Meeting photo".
February 11, 2002
The results of tests conducted by the Atlantic region
during their meetings in 2000 and 2001 are available in the following four Word documents. CATAIR members can login to the Members Only section to view the results.
- 11 March 2001 - SNOWMOBILE PERFORMANCE TESTS Braking, Accelerating & Steering
- 10 December 2000 - ABS BRAKING AND CRITICAL SPEED TESTING with Studded Snow Tires
- 10 September 2000 - ABS BRAKING AND CRITICAL SPEED TESTS 2000 Dodge Caravan
- 26 March 2000 - ABS BRAKING AND ACCELERATION TESTS 2000 Volvo Tractor & Loaded Highboy Semi-Trailer
February 7, 2002
A compilation video showing eight pedestrian and bicycle
impacts that were performed at the 2001 CATAIR seminar and meeting has been made by Mike Reade.
Details regarding this video are available in Word or
PDF format in the Items for Sale or Trade heading or can be obtained directly from
Mike via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
March 20th, 2001
Results from the Tire to Ice Testing conducted at the CATAIR Prairie Region meeting on 24 February, 2001 are now available for viewing in the Members Only section.