According to Directive (EU) 2019/1937 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23 October 2019 on the protection of persons who report breaches of Union law (the “Directive”), IBSA PHARMA s.r.o. encourages reporting anyone who, in the context of work, has become aware of hypotheses of violations of the Organization, Management and Control Model of IBSA PHARMA s.r.o., the Code of Ethics, the Anti-Corruption Guidelines, or other hypotheses of violation of the law that could put IBSA PHARMA s.r.o.’s business or reputation at risk or that could cause damage to third parties.


Each report must contain the following elements:

  • the personal details of the reporter, in the event that the person making the report does not opt for anonymous mode;
  • a clear and complete description of the facts being reported;
  • if known, the circumstances of time and place in which they were committed;
  • if known, personal details or other elements (such as the qualification and the service in which he carries out the activity) that allow to identify the subject (s) who has/have carried out the reported facts;
  • the indication of any other subjects who can report on the facts subject to the report;
  • an indication of any documents which may confirm the validity of those facts;
  • any other information that can provide useful feedback on the existence of the facts reported.


It should be noted that:

  • reports based on mere suspicion or rumours, or reports which are unreliable, will not be taken into account;
  • anonymous reports fall under the subject of this document only if they meet the above requirements;
  • reports concerning disputes, claims or requests related to a personal interest of the reporter that relate exclusively to their individual employment relationships, including, but not limited to, labour disputes or friction between colleagues, are not allowed.


Our employees can make any kind of report through an anonymous system. These reports are only relevant to the competent person, i.e., the person who will be in charge of your report. This person is listed below. .


The system allows you to remain anonymous. Your personal data will not be available to anyone. The data are encrypted, so even your contact details such as phone number or email address are safe.


Only what you send is available to the competent person. You can send text or documents, and you can also answer additional questions. However, no one will know your identity unless you decide that you want to step out of anonymity.