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FUJIFILM Europe Whistleblowing System

In cases where open communication is not possible, we offer all internal and external parties a secure and confidential way to report concerns about violations of laws or company policies, serious misconduct, or other irregularities in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Fujifilm employees and external stakeholders like customers or suppliers can raise their concerns to Fujifilm through this website via a protected login procedure:

The system is hosted and managed by an independent third party supplier. It is available 24-hours-a-day, 365-days-per year and stored on secured servers in Germany. The system is available in Czech, Dutch, English, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and Turkish. 

    • Corruption or conflict of interest
    • Competition law or antitrust violations
    • Theft or fraud
    • Improper accounting, auditing, finance or tax violations
    • Discrimination, harassment, workplace violence, unethical behavior
    • Safety, health or environmental issues
    • Data protection and data security violations
    • Other significant breaches of laws or regulations

Incoming reports are initially handled by Fujifilm Europe’s Compliance Department at Fujifilm Europe’s headquarter in Germany. Each report will be treated as strictly confidential and handled with the highest degree of care and attention. Depending on the nature of the incident, selected individuals within other functions of Fujifilm may also need to be added to the incident management team under strict adherence to confidentiality.

Yes! The Fujifilm Europe Whistleblowing System allows to report an incident anonymously. The anonymity is protected by means of a secured web-based postbox which can be accessed via a protected login procedure with username and password. The system allows to communicate with Fujifilm Europe’s Compliance Department back and forth without revealing your identity, if desired.

Nonetheless, Fujifilm explicitly encourages you to disclose your identity when making use of the Fujifilm Europe Whistleblowing System. Knowing the identity of the person who submitted the report often proves to be advantageous for both incident handling and subsequent improvement actions.
 

Yes! Internal whistleblowers who report their concerns in good faith are protected against any kind of retaliation by company policy.

We appreciate your support to combat corruption, safeguard integrity, enhance accountability, and support an ethical business environment. By using Fujifilm Europe’s Whistleblowing System whenever necessary, you help us to identify wrongdoings in the organization and eradicate them in a prompt, professional and confidential way.
More information regarding the whistleblowing system is available here: