Alcohol/drugsAlcohol Interlock Curriculum for Practitioners (AICP)
An educational resource from the Traffic Injury Research Foundation (TIRF) for diverse audiences. Information relating to the following topics can be found at this site:
* international research;
* alcohol interlock technology;
* information about the implementation of alcohol interlocks as part of a program to control and monitor impaired driving offenders;
* legal concerns about the use of alcohol interlocks; and,
* information about contracting with vendors and service providers.
Alcolock implementation in the European Union; an in-depth qualitative field trial. The general objective of the project is to contribute to a reduction of the number of victims on European roads by preparing and facilitating legal implementation of alcolocks in the European Union through research on the psychological, sociological, behavioural and practical impact on drivers whose vehicles are equipped with an alcolock.
The Integrated Project DRUID (Driving under the Influence of Drugs, Alcohol and Medicines) deals with the scourge of drink-driving and is going to find answers to questions concerning the use of drugs or medicines that affect people’s ability to drive safely. The aim is to gain new insights to the real degree of impairment caused by psychoactive drugs and their actual impact on road safety.
European Road Safety Observatory (ERSO)
The European Road Safety Observatory (ERSO) is the gateway into a central resource of European road safety data, knowledge and links. The ERSO-website is one of the final results of SafetyNet, which was an integrated project funded by DG-TREN of the European Commission.
Impaired Motorists, Methods of Roadside Testing and Assessment for Licensing
IMMORTAL specifies a research programme concerning the accident risk associated with different forms of driver impairment and the identification of 'tolerance levels' applied to licensing assessment and roadside impairment testing (including drug screening).