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A spokesman said that Amazon Logistics hasn’t posted on its load board or applied to become an eligible broker.
Nevertheless, it isn’t the first time has dipped its toes into the transportation and logistics industry.
Marc Willis, a spokesman for the FRA, said the agency sought information from the public about sleep apnea and "believes that current railroad and FRA safety programs sufficiently address this risk."Feinberg said that isn't sufficient and the government shouldn't rely on industries regulating themselves.
A notice posted in the Federal Register said the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration would consider updating a 2015 bulletin to medical examiners about the physical qualifications standard and respiratory dysfunction.
Late last year, the FRA issued a safety advisory that was meant as a stopgap measure urging railroads to begin sleep apnea testing while the rules made their way through the legislative process.
Without a regulation mandating testing, which would have needed approval from Congress, regulators couldn't cite trucking companies or railroads if a truck or train crashed because the operator fell asleep at the helm.
The engineer of a New Jersey Transit train that slammed into a station in Hoboken last September, killing a woman, also suffered from undiagnosed sleep apnea, according to his lawyer.
It's just not an appropriate level of risk to be exposing passengers and the traveling public to."The National Transportation Safety Board said it was disappointed the agencies decided to scrap the "much-needed rulemaking.""Obstructive sleep apnea has been in the probable cause of 10 highway and rail accidents investigated by the NTSB in the past 17 years and obstructive sleep apnea is an issue being examined in several, ongoing, NTSB rail and highway investigations," NTSB spokesman Christopher O'Neil said.
The NTSB has long recommended sleep apnea testing for engineers, and Metro-North and the Long Island Rail Road started requiring it after finding the engineer in a 2013 Metro-North crash had fallen asleep at the controls because he had a severe, undiagnosed case of sleep apnea.
Amazon Logistics brokered a second load in October and a third in November, although the credit report doesn’t indicate the name of the carriers.
Amazon Logistics also registered with load board operator DAT Solutions on March 30, 2017, according to a profile on the website.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said he will push the federal agencies to reconsider withdrawing the proposed regulation."There are some regulations that go too far but this is not one of them," Schumer told The Associated Press.