"Sole article.-join the following article 66 bis of the labour code:" article 66 bis.-over forty years old women and workers aged over fifty, whose contract of employment is for a period exceeding 30 days, are entitled to half-day permit, once a year for the duration of the employment relationship, to undergo mammography and prostate exams "" respectively, and may include other public or private benefits of preventive medicine, such as the examination of PAP, in health institutions that corresponds. In the case of contracts concluded for a fixed term, or for the realization of a work or particular task, this right may be exercised after thirty days of celebrated the contract work, and at any time during the term of this.
The time for the examination, designated in the preceding paragraph, will be supplemented, where appropriate, with enough time for transfers to and from the medical institution, considering the geographical conditions, transportation and the availability of necessary medical equipment.
For the exercise of this right, workers must give notice to the employer with one week in advance to the examinations; They must also submit these, after sufficient receipts proving that they performed on the stipulated date.
The time in which workers perform examinations, shall be considered as worked for all legal purposes; In addition, this permission may not be compensated in money, neither during nor at the end of the employment relationship, understanding written not any stipulation to the contrary.
If workers were subject to a collective tool that considers a similar permit, means fulfilled the legal obligation by the employer. ".".