Quantitative risk assessment model for dangerous goods transport through road tunnels
Paris (France), 1st February 2007
Verneuil-en-Halatte (France), 2 & 5 February 2007
Seminar and Training Courses organised by the PIARC Technical Committee C3.3 Working Group 2: Management of tunnel safety and Ineris.
Seminar (1st February)
The seminar provided an introduction to the DG-QRA Model developed by PIARC and the OECD to evaluate the risks of dangerous goods transport through road tunnels.
Topics: the background to the development of the DG-QRA, an overview of the new ADR regulations and associated risk assessment requirements, and a description of the technical capabilities of the software.
Case studies have been presented for a number of countries.
Training sessions (2 and 5 February)
Introduction to and hands-on experience of using the QRA Model to study practical tunnel applications.
The registration fee of this training session did not include the supply of QRAM software.
Presentations made during the Seminar held on 1st February
Background to the development of the DG-QRA (Didier Lacroix, C3.3 Chair)
Overview of new ADR regulation (Judith Critchley, UK)
Overview of the DG-QRAM (non technical) (Emmanuel Ruffin, France)
French framework for use of the DG-QRAM (Nelson Goncalves, France)
Case study - France (Philippe Pons, France)
Case study - UK (Robin Hall, UK)
Case study - Austria (Katharina Botschek, Austria)
Case study - Czech Republic (Ludvik Sajtar, Czech Republic)
Future developments, training and user support (Robin Hall, UK)