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Entity responsible for the whistleblowing system: Open Coconut SRL.
Objectives pursued and areas concerned:
Financial, accounting, banking, and anti-corruption
Fight against discrimination and harassment in the workplace
Health, occupational health, and safety
Protection of the environment
The ethics whistleblowing system email@example.com is open to all stakeholders of the Open Coconut SRL Group: employees, regardless of their employment status, customers, and suppliers … Its use is strictly voluntary and can not be made compulsory.
Recipients of alerts: people who are specifically responsible for handling ethical alerts. It is not excluded that information collected by this device may be communicated to another entity of the Group in order to allow the processing of ethical reporting in accordance with legal provisions, in particular by taking all necessary measures to ensure compliance with confidentiality and security of the elements thus transmitted.
Transfer outside the EU: where applicable, these transfers are supervised by the Open Coconut SRL.
The persons identified under this scheme may exercise their right of access and rectification directly to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
There is no risk of prosecution on the bona fide user of this device.
Any abuse of the device may be prosecuted.