This Peikko procedure is provided for our own employees and all external stakeholders to foster high ethical standards and maintaining customer and public confidence in us. It is also a tool to safeguard high standards of our corporate governance and an early warning system to reduce risks.
Peikko strives to achieve profitable business operations with a long‑term view by acting ethically and responsibly in matters related to people, the economy, society, and the environment. We value the safety and respect towards everyone affected by our business.
All Peikko employees are obligated to follow Peikko Group’s ethical principles, policies, values, and Code of Conduct in their daily work. Every employee and external stakeholder has an opportunity to report suspicions of misconduct.
Reporting can be used to inform about a concern about something that is not in line with our Code of Conduct, and that may seriously affect our organization. You do not need proof of your suspicions, but all messages must be construed in good faith.
This procedure is intended solely for reporting suspected misconduct or irregularities and should not be used for customer complaints or to report issues related to personal disputes. For workplace‑related issues and complaints, we ask you to please contact your supervisor or manager.
We encourage you to report openly, by providing your own name and contact details, as all reports are handled with strict confidentiality. The identity of the person reporting a concern will be kept confidential throughout the process.
Peikko whistleblowing cases are managed by Peikko Group’s Legal Counsel Juhani Siira. Please send your report by email firstname.lastname@example.org. If you want to submit your report anonymously, send it via post to the following address: Legal Counsel Juhani Siira, Peikko Group Corporation, P.O. Box 104, 15101 Lahti, Finland
This procedure and policy are not in compliance with the requirements of Directive (EU) 2019/1937 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23th October 2019 on the protection of persons who report breaches of Union law. This procedure and policy will be updated to comply with the Directive (EU) 2019/1937 by 17th December 2021.