R1 – Data collection

There are two types of vulnerability that are:

  • physical vulnerability that relates to infrastructure to the Rocky risk resistance. This resistance is dependent on the intrinsic properties of this infrastructure subject to a fall of stones, blocks or rock masses. This subsequently determines the level of the consequences and potential impacts. A first action is to expand infrastructure strength classes or their mechanical susceptibility to the fall of Rocky elements;
  • the social, economic and environmental vulnerability that integrates the infrastructure into a territory. The principle is to analyse the impacts of disturbances generated on infrastructure by the Rocky risk. Follows the concept of resilience or ability of the infrastructure to recover its performance. Note, however, that transport infrastructure fit into a network and this is the functional performance of the network that must be recovered. Action is to carry on taking account of the impacts for the operation of infrastructure and a given territory.

R1.1 - Feedbacks for better tacking into account vulnerability

R1.2 - Feedback on costs and maintenance

R2 – Experimentation

R2.1 - Observational methods on ageing structures

R3 – modeling

R3.1 - Modeling of rocky risk and risk management until crisis simulation

R3.2 - Development of simulation tool for risk management

R4 Guides and recommendations

  • R4.1 – Guide ‘ vulnerability to the Rocky hazard zoning of risk and crisis management “
  • R4.2 – Guide ‘Reports of technical solutions’
  • A4.3 – Guide ‘Rocky risk management’
  • R4.4 – Benchmark good practices for offices