Whistleblowing reporting system
Casa di Cura Villa Santa Chiara Spa has adopted its own internal channel through which whistleblowing reports can be sent, guaranteeing the confidentiality of the identity of the whistleblowers, other persons involved and the content of the reports.
Casa di Cura Villa Santa Chiara Spa has adopted its own organizational act, available below in pdf format, drafted following the entry into force of Legislative Decree 24/2023, which entirely revised the regulations on the subject.
Who can send reports?
Reports can be sent by individuals inside or outside the organization, such as employees, collaborators, self-employed workers, trainees, consultants, suppliers, shareholders, or persons with administrative or control functions in the companies, such as Board Members or members of Boards of Statutory Auditors.
What can be reported?
Reports, which should be as detailed as possible, concern violations of the law that harm the public interest or the integrity of the company.
They are not whistleblowing reports and will not, therefore, be considered:
- Complaints, claims or personal requests related to one's employment relationship (to be sent to the appropriate Personnel functions)
- Complaints related to inefficiencies of the company (to be sent to the dedicated corporate functions)
Internal reporting channel - to be used as a priority
E-whistleblower IT platform
External reporting channel and public disclosure
- External channel managed by the National Anti-Corruption Authority (ANAC) (available at the following website https://www.anticorruzione.it/-/whistleblowing : whistleblowers may use it on a residual basis and only in certain cases indicated in the organizational act
- Public disclosure through press or social networks: whistleblowers may resort to it further residually and only in certain hypotheses indicated in the organizational act