You may not have had the time — nor inclination — to attend the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s listening session of obstructive sleep apnea Wednesday, May 25. So, if you have several hours, here are the videos of the morning and afternoon sessions. You’re on your own for lunch.
Todd Dills at Overdrive writes, “Being referred for sleep apnea screening can be an expensive requirement for truck operators, particularly for those without health insurance, according to new research released May 26 by the American Transportation Research Institute. Costs to truckers many times exceed $1,000 in out-of-pocket expenses, according to ATRI’s study. Read his entire story.