Health-care professionals who perform medical examinations for interstate truck drivers must be DOT-certified.
Coming regulations would force reckoning with a condition common to truckers. And that’s not all that could make passing the medical exam even harder.
Recommendations that could help frame a final rule regulating obstructive sleep apnea are in the works.
Perhaps you've heard this story already -- desperate for something he thinks is totally out of his financial range, man does something over-the-top, creating a national media circus along the way. The latest variant comes from ...
At 7 p.m. Eastern time tomorrow evening (Wed., June 22) I'll join Truth About Trucking Live hosts Allen & Donna Smith as well as my colleague Max Kvidera for a special show probing the issues ...
The agency proposal to implement a national registry includes minimum training requirements for medical examiners.
FMCSA has proposed to establish and maintain a National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners.
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