(1) The state of Montana requires pre-employment medical examinations only when necessary to determine ability to perform the physical duties of a particular position. Any pre-employment medical examination must be job-related.
(2) The state of Montana will require a pre-employment medical examination only after a conditional offer of employment has been made to a job applicant.
(3) The state of Montana shall maintain the results of the examination in separate files which are treated as confidential, except that supervisors and managers may be informed regarding necessary restrictions and accommodations and safety personnel may be informed if a disability might require emergency treatment.
(4) The results of the examination may not be used to refuse employment or to make a distinction in employment unless a reasonable medical evaluation establishes inability of the particular applicant to safely and efficiently perform the duties of the position with reasonable accommodation, if necessary.