The commitment of Epta to legality and integrity
Business ethics is a pillar of our entrepreneurial activity: compliance with values, integrity and fairness have always been our hallmark and they are an ongoing commitment for all the Epta’s people in managing the business activity.
The Supervisory Body of Epta has the task to oversee:
The Code of Ethics ethically drives the actions of the Group towards cooperation and trust towards its internal and external stakeholders, in the firm belief that good reputation and business credibility encourage the investments of shareholders, the relations with local institutions, the loyalty of customers, the development of people and the fairness and reliability of suppliers.
Responsibility, trust, loyalty, honesty, fairness, transparency, efficiency, meritocracy: principles and values that are clearly expressed in our Code of Ethics, because they are confirmed and pursued by all of us in Epta and by all those who work with our Group.
As part of the broader business policy and of the ethical culture and corporate responsibility, to guarantee fairness and transparency in conducting business and company activities, Epta has adopted an Organisational, Management and Control Model in compliance with Legislative Decree 231/2001, which envisages procedures and measures to guarantee fair and transparent affairs and business activities and to eliminate situations of risk.
The Epta Group has implemented a whistleblowing process with the aim to provide a dedicated channel to employees, customers, suppliers, and internal and external stakeholders of the Group in general, instrumental to report (also anonymously) violations of the Code of Ethics, of the policies, directives and procedures of the Group, of applicable laws and regulations and, limited to Epta SpA, of the provisions of Legislative Decree 231/2001 and of the Organisational, Management and Control Model.
The whistleblowing channel is available at the following link: https://eptawhistleblowing.integrityline.com
The following are available:
• The “Epta Group Whistleblowing Procedure”, which details the manners and the procedures for forwarding and managing the reports.
• The list of national Authorities empowered to receive and manage the so-called “external reports”, in compliance with the EU Directive 2019/1937 on the protection of persons who report breaches of Union law and with the related local applicable laws.
|Epta Group Whistleblowing Procedure||1 Mb|
|List of external Authorities||1 Mb|
|Privacy Notice to Concerned Person art. 14 GDPR||1 Mb|
|Privacy Notice to Whistleblower art. 13 GDPR Whistleblowing||1 Mb|
|Country Specific Policy – Romania||1 Mb|
|Country Specific Policy – Portugal||1 Mb|
|Summary presentation of Epta Group Whistleblowing Procedure||1 Mb|