Sleep Apnea Tests for Truckers, Train Operators Explored by U.S.By
Commercial drivers may be tested for sleep apnea, DOT says
Action follows recommendations by NTSB after accident probes
The U.S. is taking the first step toward requiring that commercial drivers and railroad workers be tested for a sleep disorder that causes drowsiness and has been linked to fatal wrecks.
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