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Head of the Physical Area of the Laboratory in AIJU
Master’s degree in Science and Chemical Technology at UNED. She has been working in child safety since 1987, an area in which she has extensive training and experience in management, testing and training.LinkedIn
General Director at H.Menezes Risk Vision
consultant and trainer in child safety, risk assessment of built environments and their impact on health and inclusion; European Consumers (ANEC) representative in the European standardization committee for playgrounds since 2000.Facebook LinkedIn
Expert in designing play areas
Chair of Trustees for Play England. Play England is a national charity campaigning for the rights of children and young people to play throughout childhood. Nicola co-authored ‘Design for Play’, the award-winning guide for transforming play space design.LinkedIn
In charge of play areas in the laboratory of AIJU
Expert in the design and safety evaluation of play areas. She is an expert member of the national Committee AEN / CTN 172 'Children' and the European Committee of standardisation CEN/TC 136/SC 1 'Playground Equipment and surfacing'.LinkedIn
Lecturer and Architect in Ceske Vysoke Uceni Technicke V Praze
Expert on design and planning with children and for children. Founder of local ‘Child Friendly City’ initiative.
Landscape architect in Ceske Vysoke Uceni Technicke V Praze
Expert in social equality of public space and planning for children. Co-founder of local ‘Child Friendly City’ initiative.
On February 15th European experts debated (on February 15th) about the safety of (the)
Last February 14, the last meeting of the SAFERPLAY project took place at the facilities
On 8 and 9 November the penultimate meeting of the SAFERPLAY project took place in