Incidents involving the spillage of dangerous goods are amongst the most feared in road tunnels.
To deal with this issue, a Quantitative Risk Assessment Model (QRAM) to evaluate the risks of dangerous goods transport through road tunnels & open roads has been developed jointly by PIARC and Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, OECD.
Install the QRAM
Understand how the QRAM works and which entrance data are necessary.
Be able to use the QRAM on a simple case study.
PROGRAMME DÉTAILLÉ ET HORAIRES
QRAM TRAINING COURSE INITIATION
Reminder of the objectives
A round table introduction
Presentation of the QRAM
Overview of QRAM (structure, installation, etc.)
Guidelines : User's guide / Reference Manual / Guide for the Expert User
Presentation : Using QRAM through an example :
-Description of the case studied
-Analysis of available input data
-Preparing QRAM input data (guidance for splitting route into-sections, guidance for describing tunnel sections)
-Running QRAM (Overview of the succession of QRAM dialog boxes for a simple case / Running an existing case with QRAM)
-Overview of ADR regulations, Dangerous goods & associated risks
Checking the installation of QRAM software on participants' laptops
Exercise : Using QRAM through an example :
-Running QRAM (Overview of the succession of dialog boxes for a simple case / Running an existing case)
-Analysing output data
-Editing an existing case and exploring changes with the QRAM
Exchanges with the participants
Close of the first day
FIN DE LA journée À 18h00
Exercices with work on entrance DATA
Closure of the session