Directive 2019/1937/EU – Legislative Decree 24/2023
Within the company, the term “Whistleblowing” refers to spontaneous disclosures by an employee or a third party concerned (the “Whistleblower”) of a violation or illegal act committed within the institution, of which the Whistleblower has become aware during the course of their work.
Violations are conduct, acts or omissions that are detrimental to the public interest or to the integrity of the Public Administration or a Private Entity.
WHAT DOES NOT NEED TO BE REPORTED?
Not falling within the scope of the application of Legislative Decree 24/2023 are disputes, claims or requests:
- Linked to a personal interest of the Whistleblower;
- That relate exclusively to the individual employment relationships;
- Which are inherent in the working relationships with hierarchically-superior figures.
Furthermore, it is not necessary to report violations already disciplined by the European Union (Part II, Annex to Directive 2019/1937/EU) or by national regulations (Part II, Annex to Legislative Decree 24/23) nor those pertaining to financial services, products and markets, the prevention of money laundering and the financing of terrorism (…).
HOW SHOULD REPORTS BE STRUCTURED?
Reports of violations must be detailed and consist of specific and complete information, covering the Whistleblower’s narration of facts, events or circumstances of the alleged violation. They must be made with a degree of detail sufficient to allow the Reports Manager to identify useful or decisive elements for the purpose of verifying the validity of the Report itself.
The Reports Manager guarantees the confidentiality of the Whistleblower and of the data and information shared.
TOOLS OF THE INTERNAL REPORTING CHANNEL
Reports can be sent through the following tools:
This platform can be accessed from any IT tool (smartphone, tablet, desktop computer …).
IN PERSON – Reports Manager
Human Resources Department – Reporting Office
For appointments: + 39.011.7545799
(Tuesday and Thursday from 2:00 to 4:00 pm)