International Health and Safety Association for Radio and Television (IHSART)
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1980-03 Brussels Belgium
Mar 1980, Brussels (Belgium), as International Medical Association for Radio and Television (IMART), informal exchange meetings, held in 1975, having developed interest to set up a body with an official status. Present named adopted 5 May 1994. Registered in accordance with Belgian law, 5 Mar 1980.
Promote and develop within radio and television centres: the physical and mental health of staff; the disciplines of industrial medicine; preventive medicine; safety, hygiene, and improvement of the workplace; the rehabilitation of the handicapped; ergonomics; scientific research of interest to Centres; statistical and nosological information on the personnel of said Centres.
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General Meeting (annual). Administrative Board, consisting of President, Vice-President, Secretary-General, Treasurer and 8 other members. Scientific Council, made up of persons appointed by the Administrative Board, nominates a President and Secretary from among its members, who form the Secretariat.
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