Internal reporting office of the Scheer Group
Effective compliance is a top priority for the Scheer Group and its companies. An important part of this is the promotion of a culture in which unlawful behavior can be reported and addressed. Violations of applicable law must be identified at an early stage in order to initiate appropriate countermeasures and avert potential damage to those affected, employees, business partners, customers, the company and other third parties. The "Compliance Ombudsman" and the ISO 27001-certified whistleblower system at www.scheer-group.hintbox.eu are components of the Scheer Group's compliance system and compliance culture.
Who can report violations?
The Scheer Group's whistleblower system is available not only to all employees, but also to third parties, external partners, service providers and suppliers. The whistleblower system is used to report and investigate violations of the law or possible violations of internal regulations and guidelines, in particular the Scheer Group's Code of Conduct. The system can also be used to report information on environmental and human rights violations by the Scheer Group or its suppliers and service providers.
How can violations be reported?
If you are affected by a violation or believe as an employee, business partner, customer or other third party that you have observed such violations, you can report your information to our compliance ombudsman:
THS Treuhand Saar Compliance GmbH
Telefon: +49 (0) 681 996860
Fax: +49 (0) 681 9968660
or via our portal for information: www.scheer-group.hintbox.eu.
What can be reported?
You can contact our internal reporting office if you would like to report violations in the following areas
- Violations of criminal law
- Violations that are subject to fines if the violated regulation serves to protect life, limb or health or to protect the rights of employees or their representative bodies, e.g. regulations regarding
- Occupational health and safety
- Health protection
- Minimum wage
- Temporary employment
- Other violations of federal and state legislation and directly applicable legal acts of the European Union, e.g.
- Money laundering
- Terrorist financing
- Product safety and conformity
- Environmental protection
- Consumer protection regulations
- Violations of IT security and data protection regulations
- Violations of public procurement regulations
- Violations of legal tax standards for corporations and commercial partnerships
Depending on the type and handling of the report, personal data may be processed as part of the reporting procedure. Our data protection information relating to the reporting office is available at the following link.