Keep alcohol off the roads
December is National Impaired Driving Prevention Month, bringing awareness to the consequences of impaired driving, and driving under the influence and preventing motor vehicle fatalities caused by alcohol consumption.
Alcohol use and the workplace
Alcohol testing can help employers make decisions to help keep their employees safe and can help determine whether an individual is impaired from alcohol.
Alcohol awareness month
Alcohol awareness month is in April, but our collective awareness of misusing alcohol should remain a year-round initiative.
America’s top beer-drinking holiday
July 4th is a day we celebrate our nations independence. Americans spent more than $1 billion on beer and an estimated $568 million in wine in 2016.
DUI rates in the U.S. hit new low
Federal data shows that the percentage of people driving under the influence of alcohol fell to a 13-year low in the United States.
Drugged drivers pose a serious threat
Motorists now view drivers, who are under the influence of illicit drugs, as bigger threats than those driving under the influence of alcohol.
Alcohol Awareness Month
To help combat underage alcohol use, the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence established April as Alcohol Awareness Month.
Startling statistics regarding drunk driving
A report from the CDC reveals that 4.2 million adults age 18 and older admit to driving while impaired within the past 30 days.
Curbing drunk driving
Data from a CDC study revealed that the demographic for drunk drivers is young males with a history of binge drinking.
April is Alcohol Awareness Month
Every April, Alcohol Awareness Month strives to increase public awareness and to reduce the stigma associated with alcoholism.