EVPÚ Defence a.s. cares about its good reputation, emphasises honest, legal, ethical and transparent behaviour inside and outside the company (customers, suppliers and other third parties) and does not tolerate illegal conduct.
Do you suspect illegal or unethical behaviour in our organisation? Use our whistleblowing channel. Through this channel you can safely send us your reports.
ONLINE TRUST BOX
Do you have any suggestions for improvement, ideas, questions or any feedback? You can use this communication channel, too.
YOU CAN SUBMIT A NOTIFICATION/REPORT VIA:
- QR code located to the right of this text.
- Direct link at www.nntb.cz/c/8g3yf6h3
- Website www.nntb.cz - here you need to enter the access code g5p2w2mixy.
Information sent through the whistleblowing channel is completely safe and you are not at risk of retaliation. The company also allows anonymous reporting. However, anonymous reports are not subject to legal obligations, see the Whistleblower Protection Act Guidelines for handling whistleblowing.
EVPÚ Defence's priority is therefore to create a system and corporate environment that will enable people to report a suspected crime, misdemeanour or other harmful conduct without fear of punishment and with the certainty that their complaint will be properly investigated and, in the event of misconduct, appropriate measures will be taken to arrange a remedy.
TIPS FOR SUBMITTING A NOTIFICATION/REPORT
• Always submit accurate and truthful information.
• Be specific. Describe the situation and the people involved and give as much detail as possible.
• If necessary, upload attachments.
LET'S KEEP IN TOUCH
We will be glad if you stay in touch with us. We will probably ask you for more information and will also keep you informed about the resolution of your notification/report.
Therefore, please save the notification key which will appear when you send your notification. You can return to your notification at any time with this key.
WHAT KIND OF BEHAVIOUR CAN BE REPORTED IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE LAW?
The Whistleblower Protection Act (hereinafter referred to as the "WPA") regulates the notifications that can be made through the internal whistleblowing system (Section 2 of the WPA). These are possible unlawful acts that have occurred or are about to occur in relation to a person for whom the whistleblower, even indirectly, has performed or is performing work or other similar activity, or in relation to a person with whom the whistleblower has been or is in contact in connection with the performance of work or other similar activity, and which:
a) has the elements of a criminal offence,
b) has the characteristics of an offence for which the law provides for a fine of at least CZK 100 000,
c) violates the Whistleblower Protection Act; or
d) violates any other legal regulation or regulation of the European Union in the field of:
1. financial services, statutory audit and other assurance services, financial products and financial markets,
2. corporate income tax,
3. prevention of money laundering and terrorist financing,
4. consumer protection,
5. compliance with product requirements, including product safety,
6. transport, transport and road safety,
7. protection of the environment,
8. food and feed safety and animal health,
9. radiation protection and nuclear safety,
10. competition, public auctions and public procurement,
11. protection of internal order and security, life and health,
12. protection of personal data, privacy and security of electronic communications networks and information systems,
13. protection of the financial interests of the European Union, or
14. functioning of the internal market, including the protection of competition and state aid under European Union law.
If the notification/report does not concern illegal conduct, the notified/reported conduct must violate the regulations falling within the areas defined under 1 to 14 above.