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Organizational Model and Reporting

Solari di Udine Spa has adopted the organizational and management model in accordance with Legislative Decree 231/2001.

The Code of Ethics regulates the system of rights and responsibilities which SOLARI DI UDINE SPA expressly undertakes to adopt in its relations with those it interacts with while carrying out its business activities. In full accordance with the approach adopted and safeguarded by the accreditation system it adheres to, the Company is conscious of contributing with its work, with a sense of responsibility and moral integrity, to the growth and development of the Italian economy and civic society. SOLARI DI UDINE SPA believes in the value of work and considers legality, correct conduct and transparency of action to be indispensable preconditions for the achievement of its economic, productive and social objectives. 


Whistleblowing Reporting Information: SOLARI DI UDINE SPA (hereinafter also referred to as the “Company”) has implemented the Whistleblowing system (hereinafter also referred to as “Reports”) as provided by Legislative Decree no. 24/2023, through which Italy has implemented “Directive (EU) 1937/2019 on the protection of persons reporting breaches of Union law and laying down provisions to protect persons reporting violations of national legal provisions.”

Legislative Decree no. 24/2023, in line with the European Directive, aims to strengthen the legal protection of individuals who report violations of national or European legal provisions that harm the interests and/or integrity of the private (and also public) entity to which they belong, and of which they become aware in the course of their work.

Therefore, if an individual ([1]) becomes aware of administrative, accounting, civil, or criminal wrongdoings, they can make a detailed and timely report to the external Referent of SOLARI DI UDINE SPA.

Reports to the Referent can be made, even anonymously but substantiated, through the following methods:

REPORTING METHODS – WRITTEN FORM Paper report placed in three sealed envelopes: the first with the identifying data of the reporter along with a photocopy of the identification document; the second with the report, to separate the identifying data of the reporter from the report. Both must then be placed in a third sealed envelope labeled “confidential” to the manager of the report (e.g., “confidential to the Reporting Manager/Whistleblowing Manager”). The report should be sent to Avv. Giulio Mosetti, Corso Italia 90/2 – 34170 Gorizia. Upon receipt of the communication, it will be subject to confidential filing, also through a separate register, by the manager.

REPORTING METHODS – ORAL FORM By requesting a direct meeting, at the request of the Reporter, with the Referent to be sent to the email address or by phone at 0481 34653.

If it is deemed necessary to report facts falling under the provisions of Legislative Decree no. 24/2023 (as specified above), the Company recommends sending them through the aforementioned methods (written or oral form).

It is reminded that the reporter should not use the system for purely personal purposes, claims, or retaliations, which, if any, fall under the general discipline of the employment/collaboration relationship or relationships with superiors or colleagues, for which reference should be made to the procedures within the company structures.

Therefore, reports related to the personal interests of the reporting person, exclusively concerning their individual employment relationships or related to their relationships with hierarchically superior figures, are excluded.

For more information, we invite you to review the Whistleblowing policy on our website as well as on the company portal.

[1] Subordinate workers; self-employed workers, holders of collaboration relationships, freelancers, and consultants; volunteers and interns, paid and unpaid; shareholders and individuals with administrative, managerial, supervisory, or representative functions (also by mere fact); facilitators (people assisting the reporter in the reporting process); individuals belonging to the same work context as the reporter, linked to them by a stable emotional or familial bond; coworkers of the reporter linked to them by a habitual and current relationship.