Practical Guidelines for Assessing the Effects of Drink Driving Interventions
This toolkit was commissioned by IARD and written by the SWOV Institute for Road Safety Research in the Netherlands. The toolkit provides general guidelines, dos and don’ts, and advice and considerations for performing evaluation studies. The guidelines target road safety professionals in low- and middle-income countries who do not have a scientific or statistical background. The main aim is to give the audience a taste of evaluation research, allowing them, for example, to make decisions about the set-up of a study, and to understand the scope and limitations of study results.
Alcohol Education Guide
The Alcohol Education Guide was developed in order to facilitate a structured and comprehensive approach to alcohol education. It walks users through the progress of program development, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation.
Policy Planning and Choice Guide to Feasible Interventions
This Guide to Feasible Interventions examines a range of different measures aimed at reducing the potential harm associated with drinking. It provides an overview both of population-level approaches and targeted interventions, weighing their relative strengths and weaknesses in various areas.
A Guide to Evaluating Prevention Programs
The Evaluation Guide provides an overview of what is involved in evaluating a prevention program, laying out the necessary steps, and identifying available options.
The purpose of this toolkit is to encourage and facilitate cooperation with a wide array of stakeholders in pursuit of a common goal to reduce harmful drinking. While the Toolkit is primarily intended for industry members, it is also a generic tool that can be applied in any number of circumstances by any group looking to forge alliances and partnerships.
Toolkit for Assessing the Unrecorded Alcohol Market
The alcohol market can be divided into two main segments―recorded and unrecorded. Both segments are well established in many parts of the world and respond to social, cultural, economic, and political change. They also play a role in a range of key social and health issues.
This Toolkit has Three Key Aims:
1. to serve as a resource for those interested in gaining a better understanding of the issue of unrecorded alcohol;
2. to provide a menu of approaches that can be used to investigate the unrecorded alcohol market, depending on the research question, context, and existing data and resources available; and
3. to provide a road map for achieving, to the greatest extent possible, consistency and uniformity across studies so that results can be compared in a sound manner.
Responsible Service of Alcohol: A Trainer’s Guide
This guide aims to take you through all the key steps in planning, designing, delivering and marketing courses for the hospitality and retail trades. It will ask lots of questions and give you options. You have to decide what is most appropriate for the particular groups you are going to train.
Responsible Service of Alcohol: A Server’s Guide
The aim of this guide is to cover the basic laws and responsibilities required of staff serving alcohol. This may be in an on-license environment, where the alcohol is sold and the customer drinks it in the place where it was bought, or an off-license one, where the alcohol is sold and the customer takes it away to drink elsewhere.
International Guide to Developing a Self-Regulatory Organisation
The European Advertising Standards Alliance (EASA), in collaboration with IARD, the World Federation of Advertisers (WFA), and the International Advertising Association (IAA), has developed a hands-on International Guide to Developing a Self-Regulatory Organisation. This publication offers practical advice and guidance to those who are considering setting up a self-regulatory system or improving one that already exists.
Drink Drive Training Program Workbook
As a part of the Global Actions on Harmful Drinking Drink Driving Initiative, IARD undertook a program of action guided by the Good Practice Manual (GPM) on Drinking and Driving, which was developed under the auspices of the UN Road Safety Collaboration by the Global Road Safety Partnership (GRSP). IARD has developed a training workbook to apply the GPM in an effort to build capacity of road safety practitioners at the local level.