Video: Why FMCSA Is Seeking Input on Sleep Apnea


“What we’re looking for from the public is information related to the prevalence of moderate to severe sleep apnea, its potential consequences on safety, and cost and benefit information. … It gives us information that perhaps we’re not aware of, and allows us to take a very thorough look at the topic in general.”

Christine Hydock, chief of the medical programs division for the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, talks with TT's Eric Miller in this LiveOnWeb video excerpt about the agency's interest in a possible sleep apnea regulation. 

See the complete May 18 LiveOnWeb program, "Driver Health From A to Zzzzz," here.