The introduction of regulations on whistleblowing (Legislative Decree 24 of 10 March 2023 which transposes EU Directive 2019/1937) represents a crucial pillar in our corporate strategy aimed at promoting an ethical, transparent and responsible working environment. These policies provide a dedicated and protected channel through which employees can report misconduct, unethical practices or violations of company policies, without fear of retaliation. We believe that whistleblowing is a key element in strengthening our corporate culture based on integrity and responsibility, allowing each employee to actively contribute to maintaining ethical standards and safeguarding the company’s image and reputation. These policies reflect our commitment to creating an environment where fairness and transparency are encouraged and championed, ensuring that every report is treated with the utmost confidentiality and seriousness.
In Italy the competent authority for the fight against corruption is the ANAC, National Anti-Corruption Authority, whose activity can be consulted on the website https://www.anticorruzione.it/.
The Supervisory Body is appointed by the company Board of Directors with formal appointment and reported on the company organizational chart to which reference should be made.
Any infringements can be reported through a specific platform:
Access can take place, after registration, with your personal email address (we do not recommend the use of the company email).
In the event that the violations concern one or more members of the Supervisory Body, the report can be forwarded directly to the ANAC (National Anti-Corruption Authority https://www.anticorruzione.it/).