The whistleblowing report channel under the EU Whistleblower Directive has been implemented in Valtori since 1 January 2023. The channel makes it possible to provide direct feedback on addressable shortcomings in our operations.
The function includes receiving the report, communicating with the whistleblower, and investigating the matter.
The report can be made through the whistleblowing channel or by contacting an independent processing team established for processing the reports.
We recommend using this particular report channel
The channel also enables anonymous reporting. You will receive a confirmation of receipt within seven days of receiving the report.
This link leads to a reporting channel for whistleblowing.
After you submit a report, the system provides you with a password that allows you to track the processing of your report and respond to any requests for additional information from an independent processing team.
In addition, a reply shall be sent to the whistleblower concerning the measures taken or planned to be taken on the basis of the report, as well as the reasoning behind the choosing the follow-up measures in question. In accordance with the Directive, the reply shall be given within three months from the receipt of notification on the receipt of the report.
Using a password, you can log in to monitor the processing of the report here.
The password should be stored carefully, as the password cannot be recovered.
What matters can be reported?
According to the EU directive [(EU) 2019/1937 (23.10.2019), EUVL L 305/34, 26.11.2019], whistleblower protection is applied to reports that target public procurement, financial services, money laundering and terrorist financing prevention, product safety, traffic safety, environmental protection , nuclear safety, food and feed safety, animal health and welfare, public health, consumer protection, privacy and personal data protection, and network and information system security.