Due to COVID-19, the APEGS office is closed and staff is working remotely until further notice. Our response time may be longer than usual. We appreciate your patience, and we apologize for the inconvenience.
Sealing, signing and dating (collectively referred to as “authentication”) of documents related to the practice of professional engineering or professional geoscience, is a requirement under The Engineering and Geoscience Professions Act and Bylaws.
The seal constitutes the distinctive mark of the professional. It certifies that its holder is a member of the Association, and is licensed to practice professional engineering or professional geoscience within Saskatchewan.
The cost for each replacement seal is $30 (GST included). Call our office to order replacement stamps (23 mm self-inking or regular 43 mm, or both if you wish, at a cost of $30 each). You can either provide a credit card number over the phone or we can create a dues notice for you that can be mailed to you or paid in your On-Line Profile under Fee Payments. The seal will not be ordered until the fee is paid.
Engineers and Geoscientists are increasingly using new technologies in their daily work. The documents they produce remain subject to high standards of reliability. Engineers and Geoscientists who wish to produce legally reliable digital documents in compliance with APEGS’s requirements, can now accomplish this task with CertifiO for Professionals - APEGS Digital Signature (referred to as the “Digital Seal”).
APEGS has selected Notarius to provide the APEGS Digital Seal to members.
How to obtain an APEGS Digital Seal
To obtain your Digital Seal, please visit the APEGS’s page on Notarius’ website: https://notarius.com/APEGS
Notarius has prepared this document containing a list of the most useful links in order to help you get set up as well as answer the most common questions you might have. Notarius Useful Links.pdf
For More Information contact:
Chris Wimmer, P.Eng., FEC
Director of Professional Standards
1 306 525-9547
1 800 500-9547
Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan
Regulating the professions. Protecting the public.