To protect your confidentiality, the Ethics Helpline is managed by an independent, third-party provider. The communications specialists receiving your call do not have caller ID and are trained to professionally handle your question or concern.
Employees, contractors or any non-company person can submit a question or ethical concern to the Ethics Helpline by phone or on the web.
Your identity and personal information is kept strictly confidential and will only be disclosed under certain circumstances as directed by privacy guidelines, laws and regulation.
You may make an anonymous inquiry or report; however, disclosing your identity is encouraged. This facilities follow-up questions, as in some circumstances, protects your individual legal rights.
European law allows anonymous calls from Europe but only for reporting accounting, internal accounting controls, auditing matters, bribery and financial issues.
You report will be appropriately investigated by the Compliance Office and reported to the Audit Committee of the Board of Directors.
The PIN number assigned to you allows you to check the status of your report or to follow-up with additional details.
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