What is Whistleblowing?

Whistleblowing is a fundamental tool of corporate compliance that allows employees or third parties (such as suppliers, consultants, former employees) to report, in a confidential and protected manner, any wrongdoing encountered during their activities.


Telematic reporting channel
link to the platform

Who can make reports?

The regulations outlined in Legislative Decree no. 24/2023 exclusively pertain to individuals specified in Article 3, paragraph 3. Therefore, the persons authorized to make reports include:

– Public and private employees
– Self-employed professionals
– Workers or collaborators of suppliers
– Freelancers and consultants
– Volunteers and both paid and unpaid interns
– Shareholders and individuals holding administrative, managerial, supervisory, or representative roles
– Candidates
– Probationary employees
– Former employees

How can i report

Amplize s.r.l. has established internal reporting channels that allow the Reporting Party to make reports in written or oral form, ensuring the confidentiality of the reporter and providing the option to remain anonymous regarding their identity.
– Written reports can be submitted by accessing the link provided by each company.
– Oral reports can be made by requesting a direct meeting with the entity responsible for managing reports via the dedicated email address.


In both cases, confidentiality is always ensured:
– For the identity of the reporting person, the individuals involved, and those mentioned in the report.
– For the content of the report and its accompanying documentation.

Which violations can be subject to reporting?

An internal report may concern conduct, acts or omissions that harm the interests and/or integrity of Amplize s.r.l. The reporter becomes aware of such conduct within his or her work context. Specifically, the following cases may be reported:

a. Significant unlawful conduct as defined by Legislative Decree no. 231/2001 or violations of the Organizational, Management, and Control Model pursuant to the aforementioned Legislative Decree no. 231/2001.
b. Violations of European Union acts or national acts listed in the annex to the Decree concerning: public procurement; services, products, and financial markets, and prevention of money laundering and terrorism financing; product safety and compliance; transport safety; environmental protection; radiation protection and nuclear safety; food and feed safety and animal health and welfare; public health; consumer protection; privacy and personal data protection, and network and information systems security.
c. Violations of national acts that transpose European Union acts not listed in the annex to the Decree but concerning the same sectors as mentioned above.
d. Acts or omissions harming the financial interests of the European Union as identified in Article 375 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU) as determined in the regulations, directives, decisions, recommendations, and opinions of the European Union (e.g., fraud, corruption, or any other illegal activity related to Union expenditure).
e. Acts or behaviors undermining the purpose or objective of the provisions of European Union acts in the sectors mentioned above (e.g., resorting to abusive practices that undermine fair competition in the internal market).
f. Acts or omissions concerning the free movement of goods, persons, services, and capital in the internal market, including violations of European Union acts regarding competition, state aid, and corporate taxes.

Processing of personal data

At the following link you can consult the privacy policy prepared by Amplize s.r.l. in relation to the management of reports sent through internal channels: Privacy Policy Whistleblowing