Whistleblowing report

In compliance with Legislative Decree 10 March 2023, no. 24, Alpentrans Logistics S.r.l. has established the prescribed channels for receiving and managing whistleblowing reports.

Who can report?

Areas of potential reporting

The list is very detailed and complex. For completeness, please refer to Legislative Decree 24/2023.

Reporting channels

The whistleblower also has the right to request a direct meeting with an external professional to the company, who manages the channel to deliver the report in a confidential conversation; it will be sufficient to request it through one of the two channels above, leaving contact information to be contacted.

In general, potential reports concern violations of European Union normative provisions that harm public interest or the integrity of the Company, which the whistleblower has become aware of in a work context, consisting of: relevant illicit conduct under Decree 231/2001 or violations of Model 231 if adopted; illicit acts that fall within the scope of application of the acts of the European Union or national, or national acts that constitute implementation of the acts of the European Union in public procurement; services, financial products and markets, and prevention of money laundering and terrorist financing; product safety and compliance; transport safety; environmental protection; radioprotection and nuclear safety; food and feed safety, and health and welfare of animals; public health; consumer protection; privacy and personal data protection, and security of networks and information systems; acts or omissions that harm the financial interests of the European Union as per Art. 325 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union; acts or omissions concerning the internal market, as per Art. 26, para. 2, T.F.E.U. (including violations related to competition and state aid and corporate tax); acts or behaviors that, even if not constituting an offense, thwart the object or purpose of the provisions of the acts of the Union in the above sectors.

To protect the confidentiality of the Whistleblower, if they wish not to consent to the disclosure of their identity, written reports must be sent from personal, not corporate email addresses (therefore, it is necessary to avoid sending reports from corporate domain mailboxes).