On February 15th European experts debated (on February 15th) about the safety of (the) play areas in a conference (under the title) entitled “Present and future in the design of safe and challenging play areas” in the facilities of the Technological Institute – AIJU.
Last February 14, the last meeting of the SAFERPLAY project took place at the facilities of AIJU, Ibi (Alicante). During the meeting, a summary of all the project execution was presented, both technical and financial. In addition, the University of Alicante, presented to all the project partners the product created, our platform SAFERPLAY Open Course which will be open shortly after completing the pilot test with users of various profiles and each of the participating countries of the project, who have shown themselves interested in being the first validators of the course.
On 8 and 9 November the penultimate meeting of the SAFERPLAY project took place in Vinkovci (Croatia), city where Hrast is one of the project partners.
Within the project “SAFERPLAY – Innovative training on design, installation and maintenance of safe and challenging play areas” Vukovar-Srijem County Development Agency Hrast Ltd partner and an organizer of the event, held a free workshop on 9/11/2017 at the Hotel Villa Lenije on the use of wood as a material for equipping playgrounds. This topic is part of the contents of the SAFERPLAY course.
AIJU presented the SAFERPLAY project at the fourth European Conference on Injury Prevention and Security Promotion, held in Amsterdam on September 21 and 22.
The first public event of the European SAFERPLAY project was held on November 15 at the “National Gallery Fair Trade Palace” in Prague, Czech Republic.
Risk Vision, one of the partners of SAFERPLAY, presents poster on this project at the International Conference “LANDSCAPE AND LIFE”, 3-5 May in Lisbon.
The project SAFERPLAY will be presented on 3, 4 and 5 May in Lisbon, within the international conference “Landscape and Life”, that will focus on the relationship between outdoor spaces and quality of life, within their different stages. The conference aims to explore ways in which those who plan and design the environment can meet and improve the needs, comfort and well-being of adults, children, seniors and people with special needs through the environment around them.