The report must contain useful elements which will permit the individuals facing the procedure to undergo any necessary or appropriate verifications and investigations, and to confirm the validity of the facts reported in the notification.
The report must be carried out in good faith and must not contain insults, personal offences, or moral judgments intended to offend or damage the reputation of the reported. It is brought to the attention of the Manager of Rai Way’s Audit Function and therefore, through the Supervisory Board (see above), of the Referee for Anticorruption Measures (see below), and to the Standing Committee for the Code of Ethics, regarding profiles or competence. Certain functional measures are put into place to guarantee the preservation of the reporter’s identity, and the reputation and honourability of those mentioned in the report. The protection of the reporter is also guaranteed relating to potential retaliatory or discriminatory actions which may arise from the report.