AINEVA COURSES – LEVEL 3

COURSE AINEVA LEVEL 3

AVALANCHE DYNAMICS: RAMMS e AVAL 1D (SL-1D)
6 – 11 July 2020

Il corso, della durata di 20 ore in videoconferenza online, e 8 ore sul terreno, nel rispetto delle norme anti Covid-19, in fase di accreditamento presso diversi ordini professionali (ingegneri, geologi, dottori forestali), si propone di fornire gli strumenti teorici e soprattutto pratici necessari a compiere delle simulazioni di dinamica valanghiva tramite i software RAMMS (Rapid Mass Movement Simulation) e AVAL1D (SL-1D), realizzati dall’SLF di Davos (CH), e ad interpretarne i risultati, in ottica della redazione di perizie di interferenza valanghiva o di cartografia tematica.

La formazione avverrà online dal 6 al 10 luglio tramite servizio di videoconferenza Zoom, mentre l’11 luglio l’uscita sul terreno sarà a Courmayeur (AO).

Info e iscrizioni:
http://www.fondazionemontagnasicura.org/progetti-in-corso/dinamica-delle-valanghe-ramms-e-aval-1d-sl-1d

COURSE AINEVA LEVEL 3

“AVALANCHE IMPACT ASSESSMENT” P.I.V.

On 23-24-25 October 2018, Fondazione Montagna Sicura at Villa Cameron in Courmayeur hosted the AINEVA course level 3 for operators dealing with the assessment of avalanche impact (P.I.V), i.e. drawing up of technical reports to analyse the impact of avalanche events on the works to be built on territory. The course, which included theoretical elements, practical applications and lessons with real case studies, proposed the necessary tools for drawing up avalanche impact assessments, referring to the regulatory framework of Regione Autonoma Valle d’Aosta, and particularly the Regional Law 11/98 – art. 37. Ilc.

THE ORGANIZATION OF THIS COURSE IS NOT PLANNED FOR THE 2019/2020 WINTER SEASON

COURSE AINEVA LEVEL 3

“AVALANCHE INCIDENT ASSESSMENT”

On 21 – 22 and 23 November 2018, Fondazione Courmayeur Mont Blanc hosted the AINEVA course level 3 “Avalanche accident assessment”.
The course addressed a complex subject like the drawing up of avalanche accident assessments, analysing all the technical-scientific and regulatory aspects that allow the investigative police and technicians working for judges, public prosecutors or the parties, to carry out investigative activities and technical surveys in the field, according to the best operational and technical-scientific standards.
The course did not include forensic medicine issues.
This course was dedicated to technical operators and Alpine guides, teaching them to carry out technical surveys and related investigating activities aimed at determining any criminal and civil liability in case of release of avalanches that involve people, causing injuries or deceases.

THE ORGANIZATION OF THIS COURSE IS NOT PLANNED FOR THE 2019/2020 WINTER SEASON