Italian Legislative Decree 231/2001
Pursuant to the Italian Legislative Decree no. 231 on the administrative liability of companies, Savino Del Bene has implemented an Organisation, Management and Control Model which ensures accuracy and transparency when conducting business and aims to prevent crimes committed in the interest of or to the advantage of the company.
According to Italian Legislative Decree no. 231 of 8 June 2001, companies and all organisations in general may be called to respond in criminal proceedings, and therefore incur sanctions, to any crimes committed in their interest or benefit by the directors, employees and other parties who operate in the name or on behalf of the organisation or company. In particular, the Decree considers crimes in relationships with the Public Administration, corporate crimes, crimes linked to safety in the workplace and the environment, organised crime, terrorism, cyber crime, crimes against industry and commerce, crimes against individuals etc. To minimise the risk of these crimes being committed, each company is obligated to implement an “Organisation and Management Model”, that is, a set of regulations and procedures, including the adoption of a Code of Ethics and set of Anti-Corruption Guidelines, the establishment of a Supervisory Board and implementation of a control and sanctions system. The adoption and effective implementation of the Model and the appointment of the Supervisory Board allow the organisation to benefit from the hold harmless clause in the event of crimes.
The Savino Del Bene “Model 231” is a dynamic and shared document. It is dynamic because it is sensitive to all regulatory and organisational changes. It is shared because its creation involves all of the company population, both in the phase prior to drafting, via the risk assessment, and in the implementation phase, through training and information.
In addition to the Savino Del Bene Parent Company, other Companies belonging to the Group have also implemented their own Organisational Model 231 which takes the specific activities carried out into account, and have appointed a Supervisory Board. This choice, in line with the indications from the tenet and the law, guarantees a better level of efficiency and concreteness to the Organisational Models.
Supervisory Board of Savino Del Bene S.P.A and subsidiary companies
The Supervisory Board of the Parent Company (hereafter referred to as SB) is a collective body, provided with powers of initiative and control, whose members, selected by the Board of Directors, must possess the traits of autonomy, independence, professionalism, continuity of service and integrity. The SB is tasked with duties of supervising compliance with the provisions of the Model, the effectiveness of the Model and the opportunity to update it, in addition to operative duties linked to the application of the Model.
The Board of the Parent Company Savino Del Bene S.p.A. is composed of three members, who are all external:
Chairman: Michele Gucci
Member: Roberto Tofani (Accountant)
Member: Alessia Bastiani
The SB for Savino Del Bene S.p.A. assures coordination amongst all the Supervisory Boards of the Group in order to guarantee a unified direction in the supervisory activities, whilst in the total autonomy of each SB.
Monitoring and updating the Model
All areas at risk of crimes being committed pursuant to Italian Legislative Decree 231 and the rules of conduct in the Model are the product of an analysis of corporate documentation and meetings with personnel, in order to adapt the Model to the characteristics of each of the companies of the group.
The Savino Del Bene Models and those of the subsidiary companies undergo continuous assessment to evaluate their efficiency and guarantee they are updated according to internal changes (in the organisational structure, in business activities…) and external changes (legislative changes, best practices…).
Training and information
The training of personnel is an essential element for the efficient implementation of the Model. Therefore, a training plan has been devised which includes both classroom sessions and e-learning modules with diversified content based on the addressees and which uses concrete examples. For the purposes of evaluating the quality of teaching, upon completion of the courses, tests will be distributed on the subjects of the lesson.
Reporting Violation of the Organisational and Management Model
Reports of violation of Model 231 can be sent electronically to:
email@example.com or via post to the following address:
Savino Del Bene S.p.A. – Supervisory Board Model 231
Via del Botteghino 24/26
50018 Scandicci (Florence)
Furthermore, the whistleblowing portal has been made available on this site www.savinodelbene.com