Alcohol in road safety monitoring in France. From national to regional strategies
Type de document
COMMUNICATION AVEC ACTES INTERNATIONAL (ACTI)
Résumé / Abstract
Alcohol in road safety monitoring in France is considered through the double bind of the alcohol hazard on the roads (socio-economic wine and alcohol background and health policy) and the preventive policy question is viewed reference to the issue of evaluating drinking-driving policy efficiency. Various official reports, data and research documentation are used to analyse from this point of view the French policy developed over two decades to reduce road accidents related to alcohol (40% of fatal accidents). Various problematic points are explored: from alcohol stake differences and similarities within health policy and road safety police (specific damages VS common socio-economic roots) to local traffic safety policy investments, including the prevailing policy form (repression) and the social dependency of alcohol policy monitoring.