Author: pnowak

The EASIMS project ends – public presentation of the results

  The EASIMS project faces its final phase. Following 28 months of intense work, EASIMS is coming to an end. During this period, EASIMS partnership has developed a complete training course in Process Management for the design of an Integrated Management System (IMS) in SMEs manufacturing furniture and other furnishings products. This totally free course […]

Fifth international meeting of the consortium

The fifth, and final, international meeting of the project consortium partners of EASIMS: Innovative training solution for the design and implementation of Integrated Management System (IMS) in small and medium-sized companies took place on 2nd February 2021. This meeting was hosted by URV and although it was originally planned to take place in Tarragona (Spain), […]

ALLVIEW – Alliance of Centres of Vocational Excellence in the Furniture and Wood sector

The objective of ALLVIEW is to introduce a European dimension to vocational training for the Wood and Furniture sector, integrating local centres, connecting them at the European level and contributing to the reformulation and improvement of vocational training. The consortium set to develop the project brings together 22 partners from various EU countries. + info: […]

Impacts of the twin transition on the EU furniture industry

This publication is a forecast of the sector by 2030 due to circular economy transition and digital transformation. The publication will be soon available in 7 languages in SAWYER project website (holistic approach for the identification of Skills and sAfety needs towards a groWing sustainability & circularitY of furniturE sector). + info: https://circularfurniture-sawyer.eu/

Online course “Creativity and entrepreneurship in the furniture sector”

The course consists of interactive learning materials – videos, infographics, presentations and quizzes – and a set of manuals with all necessary information and additional readings to go in depth into several topics of interest. The course consists of around 30 hours of training divided in 6 different modules. + info: https://facetproject.eu/pilot-course/  

Fourth international meeting of the consortium

The fourth international meeting of the project consortium partners of EASIMS: Innovative training solution for the design and implementation of Integrated Management System (IMS) in small and medium-sized companies took place on 5 – 6th October 2020. This meeting was hosted by UEA and although it was originally to take place in Prague, due to […]

Register to the upcoming EASIMS Online course!

Training course in Process management for the design of an Integrated Management System in SMEs manufacturers of furniture and other habitat products. Are you planning to implement an Integrated Management System (IMS) within your company to support company competitiveness and strategies? Do you need more information about tools and instruments to design and implement an […]

Publication of the SAWYER Furniture Sector Forecasted Scenario in relation to Circular Economy in 2030

The aim of this report is to provide a forecasted scenario of the situation and evolution of the EU furniture sector in 2030, in relation to the impact of the sector transition toward a more Circular Economy. https://circularfurniture-sawyer.eu/publication-of-the-sawyer-furniture-sector-forecasted-scenario-in-relation-to-circular-economy-in-2030/

DITRAMA – Digital Transformation Manager: leading companies in Furniture value chain to implement their digital transformation strategy

DITRAMA project aims to train the «Digital Transformation Manager» of furniture manufacturing companies. This person will be responsible for leading in an integrated way the digital transformation of all company departments. https://ditrama.eu/

New version of ISO 14006:2020 – Environmental management systems – Guidelines for incorporating eco-design

The new version of this document gives guidelines for assisting organizations in establishing, documenting, implementing, maintaining and continually improving their management of ecodesign as part of an environmental management system (EMS). https://www.iso.org/standard/72644.html