Union internationale des services médicaux des chemins de fer (UIMC)
International Union of Railway Medical Services
Unión Internacional de Servicios Médicos en los Ferrocarriles
Internationaler Verband der Bahnärztlichen Dienste
1949-02-28 Brussels Belgium
28 Feb 1949, Brussels (Belgium). Statutes adopted, 16 Nov 1951; amended 1955. New statutes adopted 11 Aug 1956; amended 27 Aug 1970, 5 Jun 1978, 29 Sep 1989. Most recent statutes adopted 27-28 Apr 1995; amended 4 Oct 2002. An autonomous special group of B-XB2772 - International Union of Railways. Registered in accordance with Belgian law.
Promote and disseminate progress made by medicine to railways; encourage professional contacts between railway medical officers in order to exchange information and knowledge; further medical research specific to the rail mode and put results to practice; guarantee the highest possible level of railway operating safety and the best possible care of railway staff.
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General Assembly (annual), elects Management Committee, comprising Chairman, Secretary General and 7 members (term of 4 years, renewable). Working Parties.
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