Art. 4. Accounting, administrative and financial activities.
The activity of transparent accounting is a fundamental value for OMR, even in order to guarantee third parties the possibility to have a clear, truthful and correct image of the economic, property and financial situation of the business.
All the employees and/ or consultants who, whatever their title (even as simple data suppliers), are involved in producing the financial statement and similar documents or documents which represent the economic, property and financial situation of the Company, as well as directors and auditors in particular and those who occupy managerial positions, are forbidden to divulgate facts which do not correspond to the truth or omit information or conceal data in direct or indirect infringement of the regulatory principles and the internal procedures, in a way which misleads the addressees of the aforementioned documents.
It is forbidden to impede or obstruct the performance of control activities legally assigned to the members, the Board of Auditors or the Supervisory Board.
For each operation carried out, the verification of the decision, authorisation and performance process must be possible.
As a consequence of this, the drafting of any documents must be provided with the name of the subject/s that has/have responsibility for the report, and signed by the employee responsible for the verification and/or approval of the same document.
Art. 5. Rules of staff conduct.
The information acquired in performing the assigned tasks must remain strictly confidential and adequately protected and cannot be used to communicate or divulgate either within or outside of the Company. unless the applicable norms in force and company procedures are respected.
The Company employees must respect and protect the assets owned by the Company, as well as prevent the fraudulent and improper use of them.
The use of company instruments by the employees must be functional and exclusive to the performance of the working activities or for purposes authorised by the competent internal functions.
Each employee must commit to being responsible for his/her own expertise and professionalism, enriching them with the experience and collaboration of the colleagues, as well as assuming a constructive and proactive attitude in order to stimulate the professional growth of the collaborators.
With regard to the previous point, against the Company’s undertaking to guarantee a correct understanding and divulgation of the rules contained in the Model of Organisation, Management and Control each employee is obliged to participate in the training initiatives supported by the Company in order to acquire a level of understanding of the regulations which can be considered suitable in relation to the degree of involvement in the risk areas connected to the activity carried out.
Each worker must be responsible for his/her own health and safety and that of the other people present in the workplace, who are affected by the consequences of his/her actions or neglect, according to his/her training, instruction and means provided by the Company.
The workers must specifically:
a) contribute to the fulfilment of the obligations provided for the protection of health and safety in the workplace;
b) observe the provisions and instructions provided for collective and individual protection;
c) correctly use the work equipment, hazardous substances and solutions and means of transport as well as the safety and protection devices made available;
d) to immediately give warning of the failure of the aforementioned means and devices, as well as any possible hazardous conditions which come to their attention, directly in case of emergency, within their own skills and capabilities in order to eliminate or reduce situations of serious and impending hazards;
e) not remove or alter the safety, warning or checking devices without authorisation;
f) not perform operations or manoeuvres on their own initiative which are not within their capabilities or which can compromise their own safety or that of other workers;
Each employee must generally behave according to the principles of legality, correctness and transparency also for the purpose of ensuring that behaviours either directly or indirectly connected to committing the crimes defined by the Legislative Decree 231/01 and described in the Model of Organisation and Control do not occur.