The rule provides that a written job offer must identify the position offered and include a description of the duties required of the position. The physical demands of the job also must be clearly specified. Further, where the Bureau of Workers' Compensation schedules the worker for a medical examination and where the report of the examination opined that the medical impairment resulting from the allowed conditions permanently prohibits the worker from performing sustained remunerative employment, the claim should be referred to the hearing administrator to schedule a pre-hearing conference to determine whether the claim should be referred for consideration of a tentative order.
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August 27, 2012
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