Do you question the competence or conduct of an engineer? Do you want to denounce a practice that you consider questionable? If the answer is yes, then you should file a report.
A report contains information communicated to the OIQ concerning facts or events that cause or may cause harm or damage to the public. Reporting is, therefore, the first step in a process whose objective is to protect the public. It is also the best way to let us know of any concerns you may have.
Are you ready to file a report?
To file a report, you must fill out the form and add as much detail as possible. The best way to file a report is by email. However, if you have questions, click on the link to the form, and you will also have access to other ways to contact us.
Please fill out the report form and send it by email, using the address found in the form. If possible, use a personal email address to help the OIQ contact you even if you change jobs. You may also choose to file a report anonymously.
The OIQ will then send you an acknowledgement of receipt.
A specialized team will rigorously analyze all reports received by the OIQ. This is why it is important that you provide us with as many details as possible. We will use all the information you provide to establish the facts and determine the actions to take.
The OIQ may also contact you for additional information.
Depending on the nature of the report, the OIQ will take the necessary steps to keep you informed periodically while respecting the legal requirements related to the confidentiality of each file.
A member of the OIQ:
See the page on the Office of the Syndic for more information.
A member of the OIQ:
See the page on professional inspections.
See the page on the Reporting illegal practice of engineering.
See the page on Reporting illegal practice of engineering.
If you received an invoice for which you feel the amount is not justified and you cannot reach an agreement with the engineer, you can ask the OIQ’s Conciliation Service for assistance.