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Roar Welcomes Glenn Dick

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Roar Engineering, a Canadian owned and independent forensic engineering firm, welcomes Glenn Dick, C.E.T., G.I. Fire E., CMM III to our fire protection engineering team.

With over 29 years as an Authority having Jurisdiction in the Fire Protection field, Glenn will provide a wealth of industry expertise to Roar Engineering. He recently retired as the Chief Fire Prevention Officer with the City of Markham and was previously a District Chief with the Toronto Fire and Emergency Services and District Chief of East York Fire Department prior to amalgamation. Glenn has been a senior officer for over 24 years and in that time his responsibilities included the interpretation and application of legislation, fire and building codes and standards and by-laws. Additionally, he has facilitated public education and media relations, ensured that fire department systems and programs were properly developed and implemented, discharged the duties and responsibilities of an incident commander at emergency scenes, advised Municipal Council on strategic issues associated with emergency services, evaluated emergency operations, conducted comprehensive fire safety studies, managed fire department personnel, and ensured compliance with Occupational Health & Safety legislation. Glen was the Alternate CEMC in the City of Markham and a training instructor for the Basic Emergency Management Course. He is also certified as a CMM III Fire Prevention Professional.

“Mr. Dick has a wealth of knowledge and experience and will be a valuable addition to our fire protection team of Experts” said Vincent Rochon, CEO of Roar Engineering. “He will be able to provide our clients with expert analyses that can withstand the test of a serious challenge. His experience and integrity will be an asset to the quality standards that we strive to achieve”.

Glenn Dick can be reached at glenndick@roarengineering.com or by phone 1-844-235-8565.

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