24, Via Francesco Carrara – 00196 Rome IT
24, Francesco Carrara
This privacy notice has been drawn up pursuant to article 13 of the General Data Protection Regulation No 2016/679 (hereinafter the “GPDR”), and provides details regarding the processing of your information collected from the website hrit.it (the “Site”).
The Data Controller for the Site is Hrit S.r.l., with registered office at Via Flaminia 141 - Roma.
Your data may be shared with:
Your personal data shall not be transferred outside the European Economic Area.
The Site offers users the possibility to volunteer personal information, for instance by sending emails to request information and/or enter into relationships with the Hrit consultants, to request monthly Newsletters, to participate in events and meetings.
If you decide to provide third party data to us, we would please ask you to ensure that such third parties have been previously and adequately informed of the manner and purposes of the processing hereunder. In these cases, you will be deemed to be the controller, with the relevant legal obligations and responsibilities.
We collect the following information from the services used by you:
We use your data to ensure an efficient response to your requests. You are not compelled to provide your personal data for these purposes but if you do not, we may not be able to provide the services requested. Furthermore, we will process your data to ensure compliance with the law, regulations and EU rules.
If you have expressly provided your consent – after registering with the reserved area – we will use your data to inform you about the latest tax and legal updates and the educational events promoted by Hrit.
We shall keep your personal data in hard copy and/or electronic format for the time strictly necessary to achieve the purposes stated at point above.
We will process your data for the time strictly necessary to provide the service requested.
The data and documents sent to individual consultants, for participation in events and meetings or provided in the registration form to receive Newsletters, will be kept by the Controller for the period of time necessary to achieve the purposes stated in this Privacy notice and, in any case, for a maximum of 24 months.
Finally, in order to comply with the terrorist prevention regulations introduced by article 24 of law 167/2017, transposing Directive EU 2017/541, we shall keep Internet traffic data, not including the content of any communications, for a period not exceeding 72 months.
Pursuant to the GPDR, you are entitled at all times to request access to your personal data, to object to their processing, and ask the Controller to amend or delete them; you shall also be entitled to ask for restriction of processing in the cases set out in article 18 of the GDPR, or receive the personal data concerning you in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format in the cases set out in article 20 of the GDPR.
Please send your requests to the following address: [email protected]
Finally, if you believe that processing of your data infringes the applicable law, you may file a complaint with the Italian Personal Data Protection Authority (Garante per la Protezione dei Dati Personali) pursuant to article 77 of the GDPR.
Your personal data shall be processed in accordance with the applicable legislation. Taking into account the state of the art, the costs of implementation and the nature, scope, context and purposes of processing as well as the risk of varying likelihood and severity for the rights and freedoms of natural persons, we have implemented appropriate technical and organizational measures to ensure a level of security appropriate to the risk.
The purpose of this document is to outline the general anti-bribery principles as defined by Hrit Srl in order to develop an efficient and adequate Anti-Bribery Management System. The Anti-Bribery Policy represents expectations of the behavioural objectives established by Hrit Srl for all its employees and business partners. For this reason, all company staff and business associates are invited to read this document carefully, given that it is the responsibility of everyone to prevent, detect and report any form of bribery. For this reason, appropriate confidential channels have been set up for the reporting of any suspicion of bribery.
Hrit Srl considers the primary objective of anti-bribery to be the prevention, tracing and tackling of bribery. Hrit Srl does not acknowledge exceptions to the prescriptions and prohibitions set out within this Policy. The belief of having acted in the interests of the organization does not, in any way, justify the adoption of behaviour contrary to these aforementioned principles.
The principles and rules referred to in the present Policy view as unlawful for staff, the Company, Business Partners and any individual exercising an activity in favour of or on behalf of the Company, the offer, payment or acceptance, directly or indirectly, of money of other benefits for the purposes of obtaining or maintaining business or securing an unjust advantage in relation to business activities. Useful definitions include:
1. Bribery: The offer, promise, provision, acceptance or request of an undue advantage of any value (which may be economic or non), directly or indirectly, and regardless of location, violating the current law, as an incentive or reward for a person to act or omit actions in connection with the performance of that person's duties.
2. Organization: Person or group of people establishing their own functions over areas of responsibility, authority and relationships in order to achieve their goals.
3. Requirement: A requirement that is explicit and mandatory.
4. Management System: Set of related or interacting elements of an organization aimed at establishing policies, objectives and processes in order to achieve these objectives. Elements of the system include structure, roles and responsibilities, planning and functioning of the organization.
5. Management: Group of people who, at the highest level, manage and control an organization and hold ultimate responsibility and authority for the organization's activities, administration and policies.
6. Anti-Bribery compliance function: The person or people with responsibility and authority for the functioning of the Anti-Bribery Management System.
7. Effectiveness: Degree of realization of the planned activities and achievement of the planned results.
8. Policy: Direction and guidelines of an organization, as formally expressed by its top management or its governing body.
9. Objective: Results to be achieved. Objectives are defined by the organization, in line with the Anti-Bribery Policy put in place to achieve specific results.
10. Risk: The effect of uncertainty on objectives, where uncertainty is the state, or partial state, of a lack of information relating to the understanding or knowledge of an event, its consequences or its probability. Risk is often expressed in terms of combining the consequences of an event and the “probability” associated with its occurrence.
11. Availability: Information must be available promptly, when required by company processes, both efficiently and effectively;
12. Process: Set of related or interacting activities that transform inputs into outputs.
13. Monitoring: Establishing the state of a system, process or activity. In order to determine its status, it may be necessary to check, monitor or critically observe.
14. Compliance: Satisfaction of a requirement.
15. Non-compliance: Failure to satisfy a requirement.
16. Corrective action: Action aimed at eliminating the cause of non-conformity and preventing its recurrence.
17. Continuous improvement: Reoccurring performance improvement activities.
18. Staff: Managers, officers, employees, staff or temporary and voluntary workers of the organization. Different types of staff pose different types and degrees of bribery risk and can be treated distinctly in terms of the procedures for assessing the risk of bribery and managing the organizational risk of bribery.
19. Business partner: External party with which the organization has established, or plans to establish, any form of commercial relationship. Business partners include, but are not limited to, customers, buyers, “joint ventures”, joint venture partners, consortium partners, external suppliers, contractors, consultants, subcontractors, vendors, experts, agents, distributors, representatives, intermediaries and investors.
20. Public official: Person who holds legislative, administrative or judicial positions, regardless of whether they derive from appointment, election or succession, or any person who exercises a public function, including those acting on behalf of a public agency or public enterprise, any official or agent of a public organization, national or international, or any candidate for a public office.
21. Third party: Person or entity independent of the organization.
The Hrit Anti-Bribery Policy applies to all internal staff and third parties who collaborate towards the realization of the services offered. For this reason, the company undertakes to disseminate the information contained within the policy and invite stakeholders to sign a declaration of understanding.
The Anti-Bribery Policy of Hrit Srl represents the organization's commitment to customers and third parties in order to guarantee the prevention of bribery, understood as:
a. Bribery by the organization;
b. Bribery by the staff of the organization, who acts on its behalf or for its benefit;
c. Bribery by business members of the organization, who act on its behalf or for its benefit;
d. Bribery of the organization;
e. Bribery of the organization's staff in relation to its activities;
f. Bribery of business members of the organization in relation to its activities;
g. Bribery and indirect bribery (e.g. a bribe offered or accepted by or through third parties).
With this document, Hrit Srl undertakes to:
1. Prohibit any corrupt practice: illegitimate favours, collusive behaviour, solicitations, direct and/or through third parties, of personal and professional advantages for either an individual or others;
2. Ensure that the Anti-Bribery Management System, including policies and objectives, is established, implemented, maintained and reviewed in order to adequately address bribery risks within the organization;
3. Ensure that bribery risks and irregularities are promptly recognized and correctly managed through efficient systems of prevention, communication and reaction in order to minimize the impact on the business;
4. Appoint an internal figure who holds authority and independence in order to operate towards the continuous functioning of the Management System;
5. Request, where possible, that business partners who pose a risk of bribery beyond minimal levels are committed to preventing bribery;
6. Be able to terminate relationships with a business partner in the case of bribery committed by the partner, either for their own gain or advantage in relation to transactions, projects, activities or relationships;
7. Not make contributions or donations to political parties or related foundations and associations;
8. Respect the applicable law in force;
9. Guarantee the traceability, availability and correct conservation of documents, IT data and corresponding IT support structures;
10. Promote an appropriate anti-bribery culture within the organization;
11. Communicate the company Anti-Bribery Policy to all staff and business associates, underlining the importance of compliance with the requirements of the Management System;
12. Ensure the application of law 179/2017 (on the act of "whistleblowing");
13. Ensure continuous improvement to practices;
14. Establish a framework of objectives aimed at measuring and monitoring the absence of bribery;
15. Implement sanctioning systems through internal regulations.
To ensure the application of the Anti-Bribery Policy, Hrit Srl aims to implement disciplinary measures in line with the CCNNL contract applied to its employees. For all suppliers and customers who demonstrate behaviour that does not comply with this policy, Hrit Srl reserves the right to terminate contractual obligations.
Company Management is responsible for the Anti-Bribery Management System, in line with the evolution of the business and market contexts, evaluating any actions to be taken in the face of events such as:
a. Significant business developments;
b. New threats beyond those already considered through risk analysis processes;
c. Significant cases of bribery;
d. The evolution of the regulatory or legislative framework regarding anti-bribery.