Toronto – (February 5, 2019) – President David Brown, P.Eng., BDS, C.E.T., IntPE, MCSCE and the Council of Professional Engineers Ontario (PEO) are pleased to announce the selection of Johnny Zuccon, MASc, P.Eng., FEC, as the association’s new registrar. Mr. Zuccon has been serving as interim registrar since February 2018.
As registrar, Mr. Zuccon will be responsible for PEO’s administration of the Professional Engineers Act. Under the authority of the act, PEO licenses professional engineers, and sets standards for and regulates engineering in Ontario so that the public interest is served and protected.
Mr. Zuccon has a 23-year tenure with the association, including 15 years as a member of the senior management team. His regulatory experience includes deputy registrar, tribunals and regulatory affairs; deputy registrar, standards and regulations; director of professional affairs; and manager, external relations.
“As interim registrar, Johnny demonstrated sound leadership, communication, relationship management, accountability and decisiveness. We trust the transition will be seamless. At the same time, we trust that Johnny will be able to champion change and renewal initiatives, addressing processes, systems and culture at all levels of the organization,” said Mr. Brown.
Mr. Zuccon holds a master of applied science, mechanical engineering and bachelor of applied science, mechanical engineering from the University of Toronto. He has been licensed to practise professional engineering in Ontario since 1986.
About Professional Engineers Ontario
Under the authority of the Professional Engineers Act, PEO governs over 87,500 licence and certificate holders and regulates professional engineering in Ontario. PEO’s mission is to regulate and advance the practice of engineering to protect the public interest. Its vision is to be the trusted leader in professional self-regulation. Professional engineering safeguards life, health, property, economic interests, the public welfare and the environment. Professional engineers can be identified by the P.Eng. after their names. Holders of limited licences can be identified by LEL or LET after their names.
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