WHISTLEBLOWING AND PROTECTION OF WHISTLEBLOWING PERSONNEL
In order to protect the authors of reports of crimes or irregularities of which they have become aware in the context of their employment relationship, CISP adopts the discipline of Law 179/2017 which regulated the institution of whistleblowing by introducing art. 6, paragraph 2 bis, ter and quater of Legislative Decree no. 231/2001.
WHAT CAN BE REPORTED
You may report unlawful conduct by CISP personnel or third parties, risk situations, offences or irregularities such as, for example, fraud or attempted fraud, violations of legal or statutory obligations, endangering the health and safety of others, etc.
WHO CAN MAKE A REPORT
A report can be made by anyone who becomes aware of the offence, whether a member of CISP staff or a third party who has come into contact with the organisation.
CISP'S GUARANTEES TO WHISTLEBLOWERS
CISP guarantees the confidentiality of the identity of the whistleblower and accepts the possibility of anonymous reports. It prohibits any act of retaliation or discrimination, direct or indirect, against a whistleblower for reasons directly or indirectly linked to the report. CISP also guarantees the whistleblower against sanctions or any direct or indirect discriminatory measures affecting working conditions for reasons directly or indirectly linked to the report.
We also accept anonymous emails sent from untraceable addresses or temporary emails.
The report must be sent promptly and made in good faith, detailed and based on precise factual elements. It should, if possible, be documented in order to provide useful elements to allow appropriate verification of the validity of the facts reported. It is particularly important that the report includes:
a detailed description of the facts and how they became known;
date and place where the event occurred;
names and role of the persons involved or elements that may allow their identification;
names of any other persons who may report on the facts in question;
reference to any documents that may confirm the validity of the facts reported.