Evaluation of Alcohol Industry’s Actions to Reduce Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol Globally

Posted on March 10, 2016 in Africa, Africa, Africa, Africa, Africa

This study found that the vast majority of the alcohol industry’s actions to reduce driving under the influence of alcohol does not reflect public health evidenced–based recommendations, even though effective driving under the influence of alcohol countermeasures exist, such as a maximum blood alcohol concentration limit of 0.05 grams per deciliter for drivers and widespread use of sobriety checkpoints.

The research exposes that the alcohol industry’s motivations in implementing driving under the influence of alcohol initiatives are oriented at industry image building and not public health.

Accidents, Big Alcohol, BigAlcoholExposed, Corporate Social Responsibility, Evidence, Road Safety, Road Traffic Injury, Science
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