On 23 June, AIJU presented the CounterRisk project at the EU-Safety 2022 conference. This year the theme was safety in a digitalised and fast-changing world and how technology can help prevent injuries, under the title “SAFETY IN A DIGITALIZED AND FAST-CHANGING WORLD. HOW SMART WILL INJURY PREVENTION GET?”
At 11:00 on the first day of the event, María Cruz Arenas was in charge of the presentation CounterRisk New skills to deal with the risks of counterfeiting in consumer goods for children to all the attendees with the objective of introducing them to the project and link it to the theme of the conference itself.
The conference was organised by EuroSafe in collaboration with the Austrian Road Safety Board (KFV), and co-sponsored by WHO/Europe.
The main European agents in terms of research, politics and practices in the area of accidents and injury prevention were present at EU-Safety 2022. The conference held a debate on, among other issues, how digital solutions can be a support in terms of injury prevention, such as child safety, elderly people, sports and leisure activities or consumer goods.
With more than 150 participants from over 60 countries, EU-Safety has become an essential date for everyone who is researching and working to improve child safety.