Permanent International Commission for First Aid on Roads
Permanent International Commission for First Aid on Roads, Commission Internationale Permanente des Secours sur Route
HB 1931: Members of the Committee: Six permanent members, who may co-opt six temporary members. The six permanent members include three members representing the International Red Cross and three members representing the Central Council of International Touring; a secretary.
HB 1931: To organise the application of the principles laid down by the sixteenth resolution of the fourteenth International Red Cross Conference, with the object of securing, as far as possible, uniformity in the organisation of roadside first-aid stations.
HB 1931: Contributions from the Red Cross organisations and from tourist organisations.
HB 1931: Founded October 11th, 1930, at Brussels, during the fourteenth International Red Cross Conference, in accordance with the resolution of the Central Council of International Touring in March 1930. The first meeting was held on November 17th, 1930, the second on February 23rd, 1931, in order to examine the methods employed in various countries in the matter of first-aid stations; the third meeting took place on November 26th, 1931. The Commission has been invited to send representatives and to submit a proposal to the European Conference on Road Traffic, which met at Geneva on March 16th, 1931, and has instructed its President to submit a model notice plate. The Commission was also represented at the seventh general assembly of the Central Council for International Touring, held in Budapest on May 28th, 29th and 30th, 1931.
HB 1931: Bi-annual conferences, investigations, reports, etc.