ICADTS – The International Council on Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety –
is an independent nonprofit body whose only goal is to reduce mortality and morbidity brought about by misuse of alcohol and drugs by operators of vehicles in all modes of transport.
To accomplish this goal, the Council sponsors international and regional conferences to collect, disseminate and share essential information among professionals in the fields of law, medicine, public health, economics, law enforcement, public information and education, human factors and public policy.
ICADTS also administers a number of Working Groups designed to facilitate discussion on a range of topics during the intervals between conferences, and produces a quarterly newsletter available for free.
Association FORTOX (Association for Development of Forensic Toxicology and other Forensic Sciences) is a non-governmental organization established in 2005 tasked with the primary goal of organising the TIAFT 2006 meeting in Ljubljana, Slovenia. In many cases, forensic sciences and especially toxicology mirror public health. The association’s main mission is to reduce negative public health indicators: traffic and work related deaths and injuries, and alcohol and other drugs-related harm.
Projects: Medicinal drugs and driving, The elderly driver, Workplace drug testing, Alcohol interlocks: Where, when and why?