LAW 29 March 1952, n. 10. Law for compulsory recruitment of maimed and disabled in private companies. (1) We the Captains Regent of the Most Serene Republic of San Marino We promulgate and publish the following law approved by the Great and General Council in its session on March 29, 1952: Art. 1. Private enterprises, which have their dipend nze more 'than twenty workers between workers and employees, are required to give a mutilated or an invalid for every twenty employees, or fraction of twenty top ten. In calculating this percentage includes the mutlati and assumptions disabled prior to the entry into force of this Act. Art. 2. The right to be taken to the effects of this law workers who have not passed the age of 60, if male, and 55 if women, who because of injury or occupational disease have suffered a permanent reduction in capacity machined to not less than 40%. The foregoing provision shall not apply in the case of the maimed and disabled persons who have lost their capacity for work and those who, in the opinion of the Commission under Article. 4 of this Act, for the nature and degree of their disability may be able to give to the health and safety of fellow workers and the safety of installations. Art. 3. The mutilated and disabled workers who aspire to co offer document must submit to the Association Maimed and disabled by application together the work of all the documents, including the certificate of the Institute for Insurance against accidents at work the degree of reduction of working capacity: all others maimed and disabled must submit to the same association similar government Health Office document that can demonstrate the business and professional skills both general and specific. The Association compiles the role of the maimed and disabled and will be placed on a quarterly basis shall send a copy to the Office of the Placing and the central office of the insurance. Art. 4. E 'of the Government Commission responsible for placement, which will add a representative of the Association of Invalids and Maimed work, to declare the employability of the maimed and disabled, distinguishing professional categories, and to care about the placement . Art. 5. The employer may terminate the employment relationship with the maimed and disabled if, in the opinion of the Institute for insurance against accidents at work and the Government Employment Commission proves a disability that prevents aggravation the employee to pay the duties for which they were hired, or if the Commission finds the existence of the references mentioned in the second paragraph of art. 2. Art. 6. The decisions on the degree of reduction of capacity to work issued by the Institute for Insurance against accidents at work are open to appeal in the terms and manner established by law. Art. 7. Within 15 days from the date of entry into force of this Act the employer must inform the Office of Government Placing the total number of employees per establishment and distinct distributed by category and by gender. By June 30 and December 31 of each year, employers must notify the Placement Office the data above and the number and particulars of the maimed and disabled persons hired pursuant to this law. Art. 8. Employers who contravene the provisions of this law are punishable by a fine of L. 400 to L. 8,000 for each worker referred to by the infringement. In case of delay or suspension of the notices of Article. 7 employers are punished with a fine from 800 to L. L. 8000. Art. 9. Watch for the application of the provisions of this Act shall be exercised by the Labour Inspectorate. Art. 10. This Law shall enter into force on the day following that of its publication. Given at Our Residence, 29 April 1952/1651 dFR). THE CAPTAINS REGENT Domenico Morganti - Mariano Ceccoli THE SECRETARY OF STATE FOR INTERNAL AFFAIRS G. Forcellini (1) Already published separately at the date of promulgation.