in accordance with the Whistleblower Protection Act (HSchG)
At Münzer Bioindustrie GmbH, legally compliant behavior is our top priority. This also includes being open to information about violations of the rules. Münzer Bioindustrie GmbH has therefore set up an internal whistleblower system that offers employees, suppliers and partners the opportunity to report potential malpractice.
Münzer Bioindustrie GmbH provides you with the form below for submitting information in accordance with the Whistleblower Protection Act (HSchG).
It is possible to provide information anonymously or by providing contact details. However, it is requested that you always provide a contact option, as additional information is often essential for the investigation.
In implementation of § 3 HSchG, notifications can be received in the following areas:
- Public procurement
- Product safety and conformity
- Traffic safety
- Environmental protection
- Money laundering and terrorist financing
- Public health
- Consumer protection
- Protection of privacy and personal data
- Security of network and information systems
- Prevention and prosecution of criminal offenses under Sections 302 to 309 of the German Criminal Code (StGB) (e.g. abuse of authority, bribery and corruption)
- Violations of the law to the detriment of the financial interests of the European Union (e.g. misuse of subsidies)
Your report will be carefully checked and evaluated by our internal reporting office. If the report is not made anonymously, the internal reporting office must confirm receiving a written report to the whistleblower immediately, but at the latest within seven calendar days, and announce no later than three months after receipt of the report whether and what follow-up measures have been taken or for what reasons the report will not be followed up.
Important note: The internal reporting office is subject to strict confidentiality and secrecy obligations with regard to reported facts, including the protection of the identity of whistleblowers and all persons affected by reports. Only employees of the internal reporting office can access the reported data; other persons (in particular members of the management) are not authorized to access the data, neither legally nor in terms of IT.