Organizational, Management and Control Model 231
Since 2005 Tamini‚Äôs Board of Directors has adopted an Organizational and Management Model aimed at ensuring correctness and transparency in carrying out company business and activities in order to protect its position and image and the expectations of its stakeholders (in line with the provisions of Legislative Decree No. 231 dated June 8, 2001, which introduced a context of administrative responsibility, with criminal effects, borne by the Company).
The main feature of the Model is its dynamism: it was amended over time to adapt both to law provisions and subsequent inclusion of new crimes in compliance with Decree 231, and to the Group organizational modifications. In 2014, following the acquisition by Terna, the Organization Model has been revised in its structure and content according to the criteria of the Parent Company‚Äôs Model, adapted to the Tamini‚Äôs business specifications.
The version published here has been updated with the new legislation on ecological crimes and Tamini is now studying additional changes following the entry of Art. 603-bis on Illicit brokering and labor exploitation in the offenses list.
Reporting violations to the Organizational Model in compliance with Legislative Decree 231/2001
Violations to Model 231 can be sent by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org¬†or¬†by mail¬†to the following address:
Tamini Trasformatori S.r.l., to Terna S.p.A.
Organismo di Vigilanza Modello 231 - Viale Egidio Galbani, 70 - 00156 Roma
In compliance with that envisaged in Italian Law no. 179 of 30 November 2017, containing "Provisions to protect those reporting crimes or irregularities which they become aware of through a public or private employment relationship‚ÄĚ and in line with the holding TERNA S.p.A. and business ethics policies of the Group, Tamini Trasformatori S.r.l. has adopted a whistleblowing procedure to manage reports, including those coming from outside the company..
Code of Ethics
On July 9, 2014 Tamini‚Äôs Board of Directors adopted the new Code of Ethics of the Parent Company Terna S.p.A, in effect since May 2002. The Code identifies the company‚Äôs specific stakeholders and outlines the ethics regarding the peculiar problems arising from carrying out the transformers business. Special attention was devoted to the commitment for operating in full respect of the environment and in harmony with the territory and its authorities.