Prysmian values its relationship with the stakeholders, their engagement and the continuous communication.
For this reason, Prysmian commits to reporting the most relevant data annually and the results of the monitoring process of human rights issues in the Group Sustainability Report.
In order to ensure the implementation of the Policy through all business operations:
In order to avoid any violation of the Human Rights Policy, Prysmian’s employees should be regarded as the 'eyes and ears' of the business, the 'first line of detection’.
For this reason, Prysmian provides access to an independent grievance mechanism to raise concerns or identify adverse human rights impacts.
The Whistleblowing Policy encourages and enables the employees to raise serious concerns on any violations of the Code of Ethics, other Group policies and their principles.
The whistleblowing mechanism is available to anyone who works for Prysmian Group or who conducts business on behalf of Prysmian Group or any of its Subsidiaries. Through Whistleblowing any involved party can:
Employees are encouraged to raise any concern about violations of business ethics as outlined in the Ethical Code; financial and accounting fraud, breach of the Internal Control System, harassment, intimidation or discriminatory behavior to employees or third parties or serious health and safety risks that could threat the health and safety of employees, the general public, our customers or the company's reputation. Prysmian, through the Whistleblowing Committee, will accurately evaluate reported matters, performing specific investigation and adopt coherent and appropriate measures.
Prysmian has a Compliance department monitoring the implementation and respect of the Code of Ethics and the other relevant policies.
The structure of the department includes the following roles:
The responsibilities of the Compliance department with respect to human rights include: