Ian Hengemuhle    Captain     Linkedin    

Ian Hengemuhle

Captain

Linkedin

 

  Jack Lawson    Vice Captain    Linkedin   As a young child, I grew up attending mine rescue competitions between the local mine rescue teams in Red Lake, Ontario. This sparked my passion for mining, safety, and mine rescue at an early age. As a three-year veteran of UBC Mine Rescue, I’m very proud to be this year’s Vice Captain and excited to have the opportunity to shape the team to be successful for many years to come. I’m also very excited to see where my career in mining and mine rescue take me!

Jack Lawson

Vice Captain

Linkedin

As a young child, I grew up attending mine rescue competitions between the local mine rescue teams in Red Lake, Ontario. This sparked my passion for mining, safety, and mine rescue at an early age. As a three-year veteran of UBC Mine Rescue, I’m very proud to be this year’s Vice Captain and excited to have the opportunity to shape the team to be successful for many years to come. I’m also very excited to see where my career in mining and mine rescue take me!

  Taylor Greer    2-man    Linkedin    

Taylor Greer

2-man

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  Levi Engels    3-man   As long as I work in the mining industry, mine safety and mine rescue will always be a part of my life.  I hope to participate in future company mine rescue teams, and continue to compete throughout my professional life. Getting started with a student team now is the best way I can think of to begin.

Levi Engels

3-man

As long as I work in the mining industry, mine safety and mine rescue will always be a part of my life.  I hope to participate in future company mine rescue teams, and continue to compete throughout my professional life. Getting started with a student team now is the best way I can think of to begin.

  Nathan Skubovius    4-man    Linkedin   I have always been someone to act in any scenario and mine rescue has given me more skills to act. I have participated with the mine rescue team on the job site and have practiced first aid in a real life situation which has given me a big appreciation for the team and what it represents.

Nathan Skubovius

4-man

Linkedin

I have always been someone to act in any scenario and mine rescue has given me more skills to act. I have participated with the mine rescue team on the job site and have practiced first aid in a real life situation which has given me a big appreciation for the team and what it represents.

  Evan Robson    Fresh air base   I want to be able to improve my first aid and emergency skills and learn practical skills that one day might be able to help people in need. Beyond that I want to learn skills that will hopefully one day have a positive affect on my career as well as be involved with a group of like minded people on campus. Finally I'm a competitive individual and enjoy competing in competitive environments and this team gives me the opportunity to compete in something related to my future career.

Evan Robson

Fresh air base

I want to be able to improve my first aid and emergency skills and learn practical skills that one day might be able to help people in need. Beyond that I want to learn skills that will hopefully one day have a positive affect on my career as well as be involved with a group of like minded people on campus. Finally I'm a competitive individual and enjoy competing in competitive environments and this team gives me the opportunity to compete in something related to my future career.

 
  Jillian Newell    Fresh air base    Linkedin   Safety is such a critical part to the mining industry, and the UBC Mine Rescue team is centered around training students to understand and be ready for emergency situations. As a member since 2015 and now the president of the team, I’m grateful for all the training and competitions that I have been able to participate in. My goals for the 2017/2018 year are to expand these great opportunities to more students of the department to ensure that the incoming mining engineers to the industry appreciate the importance of safety, and apply the skillset that they learn to their future work.

Jillian Newell

Fresh air base

Linkedin

Safety is such a critical part to the mining industry, and the UBC Mine Rescue team is centered around training students to understand and be ready for emergency situations. As a member since 2015 and now the president of the team, I’m grateful for all the training and competitions that I have been able to participate in. My goals for the 2017/2018 year are to expand these great opportunities to more students of the department to ensure that the incoming mining engineers to the industry appreciate the importance of safety, and apply the skillset that they learn to their future work.

  Vince Li       Linkedin   I first learned about Mine Rescue from my older brother who was involved in the beginnings of the UBC Mine Rescue Team. I am also a person who would be able to help in an event of emergency. This will be my beginning of mine rescue and I hope to continue this throughout my career. Also, I hope to help grow our team for the next incoming team members.

Vince Li

 Linkedin

I first learned about Mine Rescue from my older brother who was involved in the beginnings of the UBC Mine Rescue Team. I am also a person who would be able to help in an event of emergency. This will be my beginning of mine rescue and I hope to continue this throughout my career. Also, I hope to help grow our team for the next incoming team members.

  Emma Dodds    Linkedin    

Emma Dodds

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  Anton Romadinov   Linkedin   

Anton Romadinov

Linkedin