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July 6 meeting is in person, online

The July 6 meeting will be in person at the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry, 443 Lafayette Road N., St. Paul, MN (view directions and parking information).

The meeting is also offered online via Webex.

  • To join by computing device:  Go to (link will be provided here before the meeting), enter the webinar number (the number will be provided here before the meeting) and enter the webinar password (the password will be provided here before the meeting).

  • To join by phone:  Dial 415-655-0003 or 855-282-6330 and the enter webinar access code (the access code will be provided here before the meeting) and enter the webinar password (the password will be provided here before the meeting).

Remote meeting statement

See Minnesota Statutes 13D.021 for remote meeting requirements. Meetings will occur via Webex. View Webex instructions:  interactive instructions; and printable instructions. Only the host can receive chat messages in the Webex application. For technical assistance, email Carey Wagner at carey.wagner@state.mn.us.

RRP members, presenters (panelists)

  • All are able to mute and unmute their microphones.

  • Click the hand icon to indicate you wish to speak. If the host or chairperson calls on you, unmute yourself and state your name before speaking. Comments should be brief and concise. Note the use of headphones may impact your microphone.

  • After you have finished commenting, mute yourself and click the hand icon again to turn it off.

Members of the public (attendees)

  • All are able to hear everything, but can speak only if public input is requested, at which time the host will unmute your microphone.

  • Only the host can receive chat messages in the Webex application. For technical assistance, email Carey Wagner at carey.wagner@state.mn.us.


Meeting materials


About RRP

The Rehabilitation Review Panel (RRP) is composed of employer, insurer, labor, medical and rehabilitation representatives, and:

  • advises the Department of Labor and Industry (DLI) about workers' compensation vocational rehabilitation issues and rules;

  • is a liaison between DLI and interested people about workers' compensation vocational rehabilitation; and

  • makes final decisions about certification approval or disciplinary matters of qualified rehabilitation consultants and vendors in conjunction with contested hearings.

The current RRP chair is Russell Gelfman.

By statute, RRP is a separate entity from the department. However, the department supplies all required administrative support to the board.

RRP meets quarterly, at 1 p.m., through the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry. Panel members participate via Webex. Members of the public may monitor the meetings by Webex. Meetings may also be in person.

For more information or to be added to the email list for meeting notices, contact Mike Hill at mike.hill@state.mn.us or 651-284-5153.

RRP meeting schedule, agendas, minutes

2024
Jan. 4 Agenda Minutes
2023
Oct. 5 Agenda Minutes
July 6 Agenda Minutes
April 6 Agenda
Public meeting link
Minutes
Jan. 5 Agenda Minutes
2022
Oct. 6 Agenda Minutes
July 7 Agenda Minutes
April 7 Agenda Minutes
Jan. 6 Agenda Minutes
2021
Oct. 7 Agenda Minutes
July 8 Agenda Minutes
April 1 Agenda Minutes
Jan. 7 Agenda Minutes

Application for appointment

Apply to become an RRP member. Application for appointment as a member of the Rehabilitation Review Panel is initially handled through the Secretary of State's office. To view open positions and to apply, visit the Secretary of State's Boards and Commissions webpage. Prior to applying, view the member list above to determine which group you most closely reflect. Following submission of your application to the Secretary of State's office, the application will be forwarded to DLI for consideration.

Green meeting practices

The state of Minnesota is committed to minimizing the environmental impact of this event by following green meeting practices. DLI is minimizing the environmental impact of its events by following green meeting practices. DLI encourages participants to use electronic copies of handouts or to print them on 100% post-consumer processed chlorine-free paper, double-sided.