Internal Reporting Channel

Through this Internal Reporting Channel you can communicate behaviours or acts that may involve any irregularity, illegality or be contrary to the rules of behaviour of our Code of Ethics and Conduct and other regulations applicable to NAITEC, as well as, especially, those behaviours that could result in a crime that may entail criminal liability for the legal person.

This system is designed, established and securely managed to guarantee the confidentiality of the identity of the informant and of any other person mentioned in the communication, and of the actions carried out in the management and processing of the same, as well as data protection, preventing access by unauthorised personnel.

The system also allows communication to take place anonymously.

NAITEC will not allow any form of retaliation to be taken against bona fide whistleblowers.

Law 2/2023 of 20 February on the protection of persons who report regulatory infringements and the fight against corruption” states that the internal reporting system should be used as a priority for channelling information, as diligent and effective action within the organisation itself could paralyse the damaging consequences of the actions under investigation.

However, the aforementioned Law grants the whistleblower the possibility of choosing whether to follow an internal or external channel. To this end, the Act provides for the creation of an external reporting channel and the appointment of an Independent Whistleblower Protection Authority.

Personal Data Protection

The purpose of this Internal Reporting Channel is for the Fundación I+D Automoción y Mecatrónica (hereinafter, NAITEC), with registered offices at C/ Tajonar 20, 31006 PAMPLONA -NAVARRA-, to manage the information received through it, to carry out the investigation of the reported facts and to adopt the relevant corrective measures.

The processing of personal data shall be governed by the provisions of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 (General Data Protection Regulation, GDPR); by Organic Law 3/2018 of 5 December on the Protection of Personal Data and the guarantee of digital rights; and by Title VI of Law 2/2023 of 20 February on the protection of persons who report regulatory infringements and the fight against corruption.