Please, listen to Stephen!
It will ruin your life !
Not to speak of others !
Do they give you counseling when you apply for those jobs?
Do they do spontaneous drug tests ?
If they make no big deal of it, and it's 15 years later, do you know what the policy is if you need med changes?
I'm trying to see if there is a fault in the system. I've never operated heavy vehicles. I'm just wondering what the protocols are and if it's totally up to the employees?
Perhaps it is up to the doctor that should know what his patient does for a living?
As with any pain medication it is absolutely not ok to operate heavy machinery which would include operating a school bus. Always ask your doctor and/or pharmacist if you are unsure of drug side effects/warnings. As you have already been told... It also has warnings listed on the bottle.
I drove a bus and I understand you asking for one, it doesn't make some drowsy and 2 you are on bus such a short period. With a class B it is based on employeer. We had a driver on a strong pain pill driving and I'm not sure how. I had 8 hrs between my bus route. I would take it after my morning run and then before bed. After getting my class A it has been much strictor on meds and I've started researching more. I honestly would take it before bed only now knowing what I know now. I found tylenol with arthritis works great during the day. (make sure you've got a 12 hr time lapse and ask your employeer. They do drug test and you may not be allowed this at all, we are not with a class A)
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