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Training day "Floods : Risk analysis of protection systems"

Training day "Floods : Risk analysis of protection systems"
AgroParisTech and Irstea organised a day to get to grips with the methodology of the guide "Floods - Risk analysis of protection systems - Application to hazard studies" on the occasion of its release, which was held at Irstea Lyon on 5 November 2019.

Cette formation, assurée par Rémy Tourment et Bruno Beullac de l'UR RECOVER du centre Irstea d'Aix-en-Provence, à l’intention de tous les acteurs des digues (plus particulièrement les bureaux d’études et les maîtres d’ouvrage), a eu un franc succès et a réuni une cinquantaine de participants à guichet fermé. Une nouvelle journée devrait être organisée début 2020, à Paris.

par Rémy Tourment

Guide inondations

Première méthodologie française complète de réalisation d’une étude de dangers des systèmes endigués, celle-ci prend en compte l’ensemble des différentes composantes du risque (hydraulique, génie civil, géotechnique…), liées à la digue et à son environnement. Elle permet la mise en oeuvre d’une démarche d’analyse cohérente et intégratrice dont elle contient les bases théoriques, techniques et pratiques.

Les trois parties de l’ouvrage seront abordées :
• les systèmes de protection contre les inondations ;
• l’analyse de risque de ces systèmes ;
• les études de dangers des systèmes d’endiguement et l’utilisation de l’analyse de risque.

L’ouvrage présente aussi une aide à la rédaction des cahiers des charges des études de dangers. Cet aspect a également été traité au cours de la journée de formation.