With Law No. 190/2012, whistleblowing was introduced into the Consolidated Text on Public Employment under Article 54-bis headed “Protection of public employees who report crimes”.

In 2017, with Legislative Decree No. 179/2017, whistleblowing was also extended to the private sector, ensuring fair treatment and equal protection for both public and private employees.

In 2019, the European Union issued Directive (EU) 2019/1937 to standardise national regulations on whistleblowing.

In implementation of the EU Directive, Legislative Decree No. 24/2023 concerning “the protection of persons who report breaches of Union law and laying down provisions regarding the protection of persons who report breaches of national laws” was issued.

The purpose of the instrument is to regulate the procedures for the transmission to Fedegari Autoclavi S.p.A. of reports of unlawful conduct pursuant to Legislative Decree no. 24/2023, their management and the forms of protection of the Whistleblower (hereinafter also “Whistleblower”).

All reported concerns will be treated fairly, properly reviewed and investigated in strict confidence. Where appropriate, disciplinary action and corrective measures will be taken to address any weakness and prevent future infringements.

For Fedegari Autoclavi S.p.A., in accordance with the provisions of Article 4, paragraph 5 of Legislative Decree 24/2023, the recipient of the reports and the manager of the internal channel will be the Supervisory Body.

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