Fitness-for-Duty Testing

@inproceedings{Burns1995FitnessforDutyT,
  title={Fitness-for-Duty Testing},
  author={Marcelline M Burns and Susanne Hiller-Sturmhofel},
  year={1995}
}
Alcohol and other drugs (AOD's) impair cognitive functions and motor skills (Burns and Moskowitz 1980; Miller and Dolan 1974; Parker et al. 1977). Over the past 25 years, the risks associated with AOD-induced impairment have been well documented, especially for driving (Attwood et al. 1980; Chiles and Jennings 1970; Moskowitz and Robinson 1988). More recently, it has become clear that AOD-related impairment, as well as impairment from other causes (e.g., fatigue), also adversely affects… CONTINUE READING

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