Policy Making and Residential Safety Assessments

Project NameRisk based development policies
ClientMunicipality of Chardonne (Switzerland), Province of Vercelli (Italy), City of Turin (Italy), Sunset Highland (BC, Canada), Confidential location (BC, Canada), Nimr (Sultanate of Oman), Tlemcen (Algeria), various locations in the Swiss Alps (Switzerland) and the Italian Alps (Italy), UNDP (Lao PDR), GICHD (Cambodia, Sudan).
IndustryResidential and Municipalities
Project ObjectiveDefine natural and man-made risks impinging on residential areas, municipalities. Support the development of Risk Based Policies.
Project ScopeSlopes and water courses generate many natural and man made hazards that are threatening downstream or neighbouring recreational users, residential area and infrastructure. Risks need to be evaluated.
ResultRisk based policies allowed for an harmonious development, clear risk communication and awareness building. The result was the optimum balance between the needs for densification, economic expansion and public health; better allotment of mitigative funds and development of sensible crisis plan.
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6_2_9 Mitigation- rockfall nets with dynamic braking system

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