Figure 12-9.Medical Examiners Certificate, ATA Form C0750.
outside the 50 states who would otherwise be eligible to
obtain an explosives drivers permit.
MEDICAL EXAMINERS CERTIFICATE.
An explosives driver must undergo an annual physical
examination and, on the basis of such an examination,
be certified by a licensed doctor of medicine or
osteopathy to ensure that he/she meets applicable
requirements as stated in the Federal Motor Carrier
Safety Regulations. Applicants who pass the prescribed
annual physical examination are issued a Medical
Examiners Certificate, ATA (American Trucking
Association) Form C0750. (See fig. 12-9.) This
certificate, in addition to the explosives drivers permit,
must be on the operators person while driving any
vehicle transporting HM.
EXPLOSIVES DRIVER PERMIT. A n
explosives driver must hold a U.S. Government Motor
Vehicle Operators Identification Card, Standard Form
46 (SF 46). (See fig. 12-10.) The card will be noted:
Explosives Driver (Must hold a current medical
certificate). The SF 46 is valid for 3 years and must be
renewed prior to expiration. A yearly endorsement is
not required. An individuals safety record and physical
requirements will be considered prior to recertification
as an explosives driver.
AGE AND EXPERIENCE. An explosives
driver must be 18 years of age or older to operate motor
vehicles transporting HM on-station and 21 years of age
Figure 12-10.U.S. Government Motor Vehicle Operators
Identification Card, SF 46.