This forum is part of the European Commission's Action Plan for 'Construction 2020'. Speakers and attendees discussed about the EU Next Generation Recovery Plan, including the Renovation Wave, to strengthen the sector's ecosystem in the face of the crisis of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Result of the Erasmus+ project, after 27 months of work in the field of Health and Safety in Construction, carried out by seven partners from Spain, Germany, Italy, Belgium, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and Slovenia.
This second meeting with European construction industry stakeholders will take place online on September 2nd, 2020, to discuss the challenges of 'green' jobs and the impact of COVID-19 on the building sector.
Initiatives such as Construye 2020+, Construction Blueprint, Health and Safety Blueprint, Bus.Trainers, EPIU Getafe Hogares Saludables and Watter Skills aim to achieve a more sustainable construction sector with a future.
Since October 2018, the Fundación Laboral has participated in this European project, led by the Open University of the Netherlands, together with other entities from Germany, Slovenia, Italy and the United Kingdom.
The partners have identified innovative initiatives in eleven countries to which the consortium belongs, dealing with skill gaps and skills mismatches in the topics of Energy Efficiency, Digitalisation and Circular Economy among other.
This European project led by Fundación Laboral de la Construcción is working on the beta version of this tool, which will soon be launched in Spanish, English, French, Italian and Portuguese, partnership languages.
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