Topic : obstructive sleep apnea

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Danger Ahead: Sleep Loss, Safety, and You

| February 13, 2018

Sleep loss leading to human fatigue is a serious issue affecting the safety of the traveling public in all modes of transportation. Simply defined, sleep loss is an inability to receive a proper amount and quality of sleep on a regular basis.

Severe obstructive sleep apnea to blame for NJ Transit, LIRR train crashes

Security and Safety | February 7, 2018

The NTSB also determined that these safety issues were not unique to these two properties, but exist throughout the country at many intercity passenger and commuter passenger train terminals.

Rail| August 7, 2017

FRA, FMCSA withdraw obstructive sleep apnea rulemaking

In their joint announcement, the two federal agencies said they'd encourage trucking and rail companies to voluntarily screen employees involved in safety-sensitive work, such as truck drivers and train engineers, for sleep apnea.

Motorcoach| October 20, 2009

NTSB makes recs to curb sleep apnea

Recommendations call for FMCSA to identify and provide guidance for commercial drivers suffering from obstructive sleep apnea.

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