International Council on Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety (ICADTS)
Comité international sur l'alcool, les drogues et la sécurité routière
1962-09-07 London UK
7 Sep 1962, London (UK), during 3rd International Conference on Alcohol and Road Traffic, initial discussion having been held following 1st Conference, 30 Aug 1950, Stockholm (Sweden).
Reduce mortality and morbidity brought about by misuse of alcohol and drugs by operators of vehicles in all modes of transportation; collect, disseminate and share essential information among professionals in the fields of law, medicine, public health, economics, law enforcement, pharmacy, forensics, public information and education, human factors and public policy.
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