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Road tunnels are high-risk environments, especially in the event of a fire. These environments are at a high technological level, as they are equipped, as required by the regulations, with complex systems to prevent accidents and reduce the severity of the consequences. The safety of a tunnel depends on the reliability of equipments and their electrical supply circuits. Detection of faults in electrical...

The recent directive on the protection of workers from risks related to exposure to carcinogens and mutagens addresses the problem of exposure to crystalline silica.

In view of current scientific knowledge, the directive assigns the role of carcinogen...

The author describes the decision-making processes that led to the adoption of the pedestrian detection system, from the risk analysis phase in the specific site to the management one, through the implementation of the Z-safe project. The completion of the system was possible thanks to the different tests conducted on in situ devices.

The Petra Archaeological Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1985, is characterized by a spectacular landscape but also by a great fragility fragile being prone to a diversity of natural risks (e.g. landslides, flash-floods, earthquakes) which can cause a potential danger to cultural heritage and visitors. The ‘Siq’, a natural canyon which constitutes the main entrance to the archaeological...

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2020: 3.8
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