Whistleblowing is the practice of reporting, in good faith, any behavior – commissive or omissive – that violates (or induces to violate) the applicable regulations with respect to the offenses under Legislative Decree 231/01, its values, policies and procedures, or that may cause economic and reputational damage to the company itself.
In addition to the intrinsic one of preventing wrongdoing, the additional and valuable utility of whistleblowing is to involve and raise awareness of citizens in the fight against illegality, empowering them and requiring their active participation to improve the company.
The whistleblower is often an employee but can also be a third party, for example, a supplier or customer.

In handling whistleblowing, our company is committed to the principles of confidentiality, proportionality and impartiality, recognizing the good faith of whistleblowers and ensuring their anonymity. It also does not tolerate any form of threat, retaliation or discrimination – actual or attempted – against those involved in reporting.

Procedure for whistleblowing management