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The Organizational Model D.LGS. 231/2001 231/2001

Spinosa Costruzioni Generali Spa is sensitive to ensure fairness and transparency while conducting its business. To this end, the company chose an Organization, Management and Control Model that can be a valid tool to raise the awareness of all our stakeholders, so that they maintain a correct and linear behaviour carrying out their activities and in order to prevent the risk of committing crimes.
In order to supervise the implementation of this model, the Board of Directors has appointed a Supervisory Authority who’s in charge of verifying its effectiveness and compliance over time.

It is possible to report to the Supervisory Authority any violation of the Organization and the Management Model through the following methods

  • Mail to the following address: Organismo di Vigilanza c/o Spinosa Costruzioni Generali SpA – Via San Vito, snc – 86170 Isernia;
  • E-mail in the name of the SB with access reserved for the Chairman of the Supervisory Authority to the following address: organismo_di_vigilanza@spinosacostruzioni.it


Whistleblowing Platform

In order to combat corruption, Spinosa Costruzioni Generali has implemented a Whistleblowing system based on an external web portal, which can be accessed through the following link:
All stakeholders (employees, collaborators, freelancers, and consultants—anyone operating within the company’s business and its affiliated companies, branches, and consortia) have the opportunity to report any violations of national laws or company regulations, Code of Ethics or anti-corruption guidelines that they become aware of in the course of their work. These violations may jeopardize the interests and integrity of the company or be important for the protection of the common good. Examples include administrative, accounting, civil or criminal offenses, unlawful conduct under Legislative Decree 231/01, behaviors posing a risk of harm to colleagues, and acts of corruption, among others.
All reports will be treated confidentially by the Supervisory Body, which cannot disclose the identity of the whistleblower to anyone other than those competent to receive or follow up on the reports.