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Company policy
Model 231

Responsibility is another of the principles on which the Raffmetal vision is founded. And it is with the aim of obtaining optimal safety conditions, correctness and transparency within the organisation, in conducting activities and in the relationships with the commercial partners, that on 08/06/2012 Raffmetal adopted Organisational Model 231, relating to Leg. Dec. 231/2001 of 8/06/2001.

This includes a series of norms and instructions that regulate company operation and that are designed to prevent the risk of crime and administrative offences, as well as valuing justice and correctness as the modus operandi of Raffmetal. The model also foresees the activation of a controlling body, composed of both internal company staff and external parties, so as to guarantee better vigilance at all levels.

In line with model 231, Raffmetal has adopted a reporting system that contributes not only to identifying and countering possible offences and spreading a culture of ethics and legality within the company, but also to creating a climate of transparency and a sense of participation and belonging.

The internal control and risk management system, in compliance with the code of ethics and organisational model 231, has set up an internal system for reporting any irregularities or violations of applicable regulations and internal procedures in line with existing national and international best practices, which guarantee a specific and confidential information channel as well as the anonymity of the whistleblower.

Supervisory Body:

All stakeholders are required to promptly report to the Supervisory Body any deviation, violation or suspected violation of the Code of Ethics that they are aware of, which in turn shall analyse the report, possibly interviewing the author and the person responsible for the alleged violation. The Supervisory Body shall report any breach of the Code to the Board of Directors for the adoption of the necessary measures.

Reports to the Supervisory Body by any employee, director, external company in general or other stakeholder may be made by means of:

The Supervisory Body acts so as to safeguard whistleblowers against any kind of retaliation, understood as an act that may give rise even to the mere suspicion of discrimination or penalisation in compliance with Italian Law No. 179 of 30 November 2017.

The confidentiality of the identity of the whistleblower and the reported party is also safeguarded, without prejudice to good faith and legal obligations.