April 29, 2020 1 p.m. ET Live Webinar
This webinar provides 1 Professional Development Hour (PDH). Certificates are provided via email to all attending registrants per webinar within two weeks of attendance. To receive a certificate you must register independently and login and view the webinar for the duration of the event. Partial hours will be provided dependent on your participation.
Rockfalls present hazards in numerous settings including along transportation routes, mines and quarries, and dams just to name a few. This webinar is aimed at discussing how to identify and characterize the hazards related to rockfall as well as discuss the different mitigation options available. A short discussion on the different mitigation options will include constructability concerns, cost of construction, and subsequent future maintenance.
What you’ll learn:
*Registration is limited to the first 500 attendees
Chief Rockfall Engineer
Dr. Woodard is GeoStabilization’s Chief Rockfall Engineer. Both a professional engineer and geologist whose experience includes investigation, design, and implementation of remediation techniques for unstable soil and rock slopes, Marty has significant experience in rock slope stability, rock slope rating systems, subsurface geology & geotechnical interpretation, landslide investigations, foundation analysis, and geologic reconnaissance. His expertise is in rock mass characterization, rock slope engineering, and rockfall remediation & control. Marty earned a B.A in Geology from the State University of New York at Potsdam College, a M.S. in Environmental and Engineering Geosciences from Radford University (Virginia), and a Ph.D. in Engineering Geology from Kent State University in Ohio. He has authored the Rockfall Hazard Rating Matrix and Rock Slope Design Manual for the Ohio Department of Transportation and has worked throughout the United States and South & Central America.