The National Association of Small Trucking Companies is offering a program that aims to put the sleep apnea testing process in the hands of drivers, according to a Go By Truck news report.

Motor carriers in the program ask new drivers to take the pulse-ox home for a one-night test, paid for by the carrier. The results of the test are sent to Dr. John McGelligott, a sleep specialist hired by NASTC. Neither the motor carrier nor NASTC have access to the results.

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