A fit-for-duty test determines if the employee is physically able to perform their current role safely.
According to OSHA, fit for duty means that an individual is in a physical, mental, and emotional state that enables the employee to perform the essential tasks of his or her work assignment in a manner that does NOT threaten the safety or health of oneself, co-workers, property, or the public at large. Employers sometimes require fit-for-duty tests to gauge whether an employee can safely perform essential job functions.
What kind of equipment will be used?AKTeamsters2023-08-31T11:33:37-08:00
Arctic gear, personal clothing, toiletries, meds at least 60 days’ worth, boot dryer, work boots
You will be driving mountain passes and some of the coldest, most remote terrain in Alaska. Cold weather gear is a must. Proper heavy-weight gloves, bibbs, jackets, hats, and boots need to be in your gear even if you don’t access them every trip.