Core Connections 2019

Thank you to everyone who joined
us at Core Connections 2019!

Core Connections 2019, Technical Safety BC's annual public meeting, was an opportunity to connect with Technical Safety BC leaders and external speakers, and to share knowledge on the installation, operation and maintenance of technical equipment.

The event was held on May 30 at the Bear Mountain Resort in Victoria.

Highlights of the program included:

KEYNOTE PRESENTATION
Alternative Energies, presented by Ed Knaggs, Vice President, HES PV


BOARD CHAIR AND CEO PRESENTATION
Highlights from Technical Safety BC's 2018 Annual Report, presented by George Abbott, Chair of the Board, and Catherine Roome, President and CEO, Technical Safety BC


BREAKOUT SESSIONS
1. Ammonia - What you need to know, presented by Trevor Emsley, Boiler Safety Officer, Technical Safety BC


2. Electric Vehicle Energy Management Systems (EVEMS), presented by Matthew Klippenstein, Plug In BC and Robert Preston, Education Business Partner, Technical Safety BC


3. Asset Owners & Managers - Your responsibilities and how we can help, panel discussion presented by Technical Safety BC leaders: Kate Baillie - Vice President of Marketing and Communications, Phil Gothe - Vice President of Safety System Operations, Gabriel Lim - Product Leader, and Rebecca Leveille -  Promotions and Marketing Specialist

 

EVENT PHOTOS

Registration
Registration
 
Group 1

 
Core Connections - main room

 
Board Chair
George Abbott, Chair of the Board, Technical Safety BC
Patio

 
Group at table

 
CEO
Catherine Roome, President and CEO, Technical Safety BC
Handout
Annual Report highlights
 
Product
Product team members,
Technical Safety BC
EVEMS speaker
Matthew Klippenstein, Plug In BC
 
Breakfast buffet reception
Breakfast buffet reception
 
Ed Knagg
Ed Knagg, HES PV
 


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Click here to see the photos and presentations from Core Connections 2018, held at Science World in Vancouver.

 

 

 

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