CAME’s management of whistleblowing reports
In compliance with the provision of the company’s Organisational, Management and Control Model pursuant to Italian Legislative Decree. n. 231 of 2001, the CAME Ethic Code and the whistleblowing national and European Union legislation, CAME has adopted a system for the management of whistleblowing reports that enables us to manage whistleblowing reports received, including anonymously.
By using the reporting channels, CAME manages and analyses all reports sent by employees, collaborators, suppliers and any other third party, ensuring the confidentiality of the identity of the whistleblower, the reported party and the any other subjects mentioned or involved in the report, also when the report is not anonymous.
CAME provides reporting channels through which it is possible to report any potential unlawful behaviours or behaviours not compliant with laws and regulations in force, authorities’ measures, internal policies and procedures, Organizational Model 231 and Ethic Code, related to CAME and that may cause damage or prejudice to CAME.
CAME has set up a Whistleblowing Committee, which is the collegiate body responsible for managing the reports. The Whistleblowing Committee carries out all the activities to evaluate the reports: receiving, registration, preliminary verification and investigation.
CAME guarantees the strict confidentiality on the persons and facts reported and anonymity of whistleblowers to ensure that they are not subject to any form of retaliation.
CAME sets up these following reporting channels:
- Whistleblowing Portal: it is the preferential channel since it guarantees the confidentiality on the identity of whistleblower, the reported party and the any other persons mentioned or involved in the report. You can log into this Portal directly using the following link: https://came.integrityline.com/
- E-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Ordinary mail to the Whistleblowing Committee’s address: via Martiri della Libertà, 15, 31030, Dosson di Casier (TV), Italy.
Without prejudice to the preferential use of the reporting channels made available by CAME, in the cases peremptorily indicated pursuant to Article 6 of Legislative Decree 24 of 10 March 2023, reports may also be submitted to the competent authority in the matter (ANAC).
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