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Fepi Presentation Dg Sanco Platform

  1. 1. FEPI Presentation Federation of the European Play 1 Industry
  2. 2. What is FEPI FEPI represents in Brussels the interests of the most responsible manufacturers and distributors of both outdoor and indoor play equipment and safety surfacing. The products can range from inflatable structures to traditional slides, swings and everything in between. The European Industry of Play has a turnover of 1 billion Euros and employs 8 000 people directly and 6 000 additional people indirectly. Federation of the European Play 2 Industry
  3. 3. Short History Creation in 2002 in Noordwijk (Netherlands) by a combined effort of the major manufacturers in the play market. The Association, which is a non-profit association, has mainly the following purposes : - to raise awareness of the importance of children’ s play for the well being of children at the European level. Federation of the European Play 3 Industry
  4. 4. Mission - permanent information of the member companies and associations on all European regulations concerning them on proposed laws and political decisions and also on pending procedures. - assistance to the individual members in problems they face in their relation with the institutions of the European Union. - organisation of seminars and international conferences. Federation of the European Play 4 Industry
  5. 5. Mission It additionally, and without prejudice to its scientific and pedagogical nature, has as its purpose: - representation of the interests of European play industry vis-à-vis the institutions of the European Union, and the international organisations; - representation of the member firms, as far as possible, vis-à-vis the European Court of Justice. Federation of the European Play 5 Industry
  6. 6. FEPI Members Today, FEPI membership comprises 20 play industry manufacturers (located in 13 European countries) and 5 national federations (representing 172 members). Federation of the European Play 6 Industry
  7. 7. FEPI Members Play Industry Manufacturers Federation of the European Play 7 Industry
  8. 8. FEPI Members France Hungary National Federation of Play Industry Germany Manufacturers The UK Italy Federation of the European Play 8 Industry
  9. 9. Members of the FEPI Board President Mr Thomas Berfenfeldt : Managing Director - HAGS Vice- Vice-President Mr Robin Sutcliffe: Managing Director - Sutcliffe Play Treasurer Mr Tilo Eichinger : Managing Director - Eibe Mr Carl Henrik Jeppesen : President CEO - Kompan Ms Johanna Ikaheimo : Chairman of the Board - Lappset Mr Barry Baker : International Business Developer - Playtop Mr Carina Hendriks : Marketing Manager - TLF Federation of the European Play 9 Industry
  10. 10. Member Projects FEPI' member projects within schools : what works s - interactive play - educational surface - skate - ball courts - fitness - active play -special needs Federation of the European Play 10 Industry
  11. 11. Member Projects FEPI' member projects within schools : what works s - interactive play Interactive play is basically all play •Physical interaction – strength, muscles, coordination, balance •Mental interaction – challenge the mind, dare new things •Social interaction – learn to cooperate, solve issues without violence Federation of the European Play 11 Industry
  12. 12. e ag r te pu d Lappset m co roun the layg g kin he p a M et t Interactive playgrounds: me More action for our meeting places! Exercise for minds and muscles! Open environments for everyone! We can change it! It must be interesting also tomorrow! More versatile challenges! Inspiration! Connecting play and players! Federation of the European Play 12 Industry
  13. 13. Lappset Kids need their way to do it! Federation of the European Play 13 Industry
  14. 14. Lappset Net of 16 interactive playgrounds Federation of the European Play 14 Industry
  15. 15. Member Projects FEPI' member projects within schools : what works s - educational surface Inviting to physical play or just decoration that involves Federation of the European Play 15 Industry
  16. 16. Playtop Tamworth School Piyapongwittaya School Federation of the European Play 16 Industry
  17. 17. Member Projects FEPI' member projects within schools : what works s - skate - ball courts - fitness Federation of the European Play 17 Industry
  18. 18. ype w ing t t a gro ate is th a ctivity Sk ical a HAGS f phys des BMX o c lu also in ract in g all a tt bik in g ns t io genera Federation of the European Play 18 Industry
  19. 19. ty tiv i ac ica l s phy a HAGS us t n eo ta nt in on men ta p on impor en v ir S al y Ve r ic u ltu r lt mu Nässjö School Federation of the European Play 19 Industry
  20. 20. o- don c HAGS Lon Fitnes ge City oo l, a s pro g r Inne sch ra m o phys. iona l upils utside ed. at educ 2000 p forma ” th e p l upils, , 11-18 par a re o n this eq ticu lar ly th e th e m u ornin g ipment firs gir ls, t th be and ev en jum fore school in g in lesson s p on i t betw tart, s een Graveny School Federation of the European Play 20 Industry
  21. 21. Member Projects FEPI' member projects within schools : what works s - active play Safety constraints – boring – no play – no physical activity Badly designed Wrongly located Children benefits from creative, challenging play Federation of the European Play 21 Industry
  22. 22. HAGS Federation of the European Play 22 Industry
  23. 23. Playworld School in Ukraine Federation of the European Play 23 Industry
  24. 24. Kompan ry ima Pr an up ils, a rb r U 420 p n are e In n ool, ia tor c Sch ly Vi in ma on cati r art, du cal e also fo atics si P h y s bu t ath em se m clas n an d g desi Federation of the European Play 24 Industry
  25. 25. Eibe Wichern-School in Hamburg is in g b lim f the C o one c p lay i bas it ie s iv ac t Ehrich-Ohser-School in Cologne Luhe-School European Play Federation of the in Winsen 25 Industry
  26. 26. Sutcliffe urn adb ws, T do Mea l play ra natu Federation of the European Play 26 Industry
  27. 27. Nott Sports g Elin & otton ouncil, T nd C own in grou T s ange and ch ce en surfa ion – gre at elev on drag Federation of the European Play 27 Industry
  28. 28. API Curzon Trim Trail Derbyshire Prim School Complete playground that encourage physical activity by Playline Leek First School Outdoor learning Federation of the European Play 28 Industry
  29. 29. Member Projects FEPI' member projects within schools : what works s -special needs Do not separate disabled children •Integrated play •Challenging to both disabled and not disabled Federation of the European Play 29 Industry
  30. 30. TLF La Badia Federation of the European Play 30 Industry
  31. 31. HAGS Federation of the European Play 31 Industry
  32. 32. Capital of Play Award •Free of charge competition for LA and cities •State of the art playgrounds •Free accessible places •Unsupervised •Children’s rules and own motivation •3 categories •<10 000 inhabitants •10 000 to 50 000 inhabitants •>50 000 inhabitants •Register and provide a file as per instructions •Selection criteria •Suitability – no of playgrounds and distribution in reference to population of children •Diversity and complementarities •Adaptation of communities specifics •Long term management and maintenance •Consultation process •User friendliness Federation of the European Play 32 Industry
  33. 33. We will be happy to answer any questions you may have. www.fepi-play.org Federation of the European Play 33 Industry

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