Company ACE SPORT s.r.o., ID: 63887355, with registered office at Sedláčkova 472/6, Budějovické Předměstí, 397 01 Písek, (hereinafter referred to as the "company"), in accordance with Act No. 171/2023 Coll., on the Protection of Whistleblowers, in its current and effective wording (hereinafter referred to as the "Whistleblower Protection Act"), hereby publishes the following information:
Ways of reporting through the internal reporting system
A whistleblower is a natural person who is an employee of the company, a person performing voluntary activities or professional practice, or an intern who makes a report.
A report is defined as oral or written information containing details about possible unlawful conduct that has occurred or may occur within the company or with a person with whom the whistleblower has been or is in contact in connection with the performance of employment, voluntary activities, professional practice, or internship in the company and which:
The report must contain details such as the name, surname, and date of birth of the whistleblower, or other information from which the identity of the whistleblower can be inferred. The report does not have to contain information according to the previous sentence if it was submitted by a person whose identity is known to the relevant person. The report must also contain information about possible unlawful conduct.
The whistleblower submits the report exclusively through the internal reporting system to the relevant person. The relevant person is Jiří Blanický. In the absence of the relevant person, Irena Kofroňová represents the relevant person.
The whistleblower can use the internal reporting system to submit the report through:
For the purpose of oral submission of the report, the whistleblower is entitled to arrange a personal meeting in writing or by phone with the relevant person. The relevant person is obliged to accept the report from the whistleblower personally within a reasonable period, but no later than 14 days from the day the whistleblower requested it.
The relevant person is obliged to inform the whistleblower of the acceptance of the report within 7 days and inform the whistleblower of the results of the assessment and the justification of the submitted report within 30 days. In factually or legally complex cases, the relevant person may extend this period by up to 30 days, but no more than twice.
Ways of reporting through the external reporting system
All whistleblowers without exception can also submit reports through the external reporting system managed by the Ministry of Justice of the Czech Republic. More information on the procedure for accepting reports is published on the website of the Ministry of Justice of the Czech Republic (www.justice.cz).
The company informs that the report can be made via the Ministry of Justice's web form https://oznamovatel.justice.cz/chci-podat-oznameni/, or in writing to the address: Ministry of Justice of the Czech Republic, Vyšehradská 16, Prague 2, ZIP code 128 10, or by email: email@example.com or by phone at 00420 221 997 840.
In accordance with § 9 (2)(b) of the Whistleblower Protection Act, the company excludes the acceptance of reports from a person who does not perform work or a similar activity for the company according to § 2 (3)(a), b), h), or i) of the Whistleblower Protection Act.
A natural person who knowingly submits a false report is not protected against retaliatory measures. The whistleblower commits an offense by submitting a knowingly false report, for which a fine of up to CZK 50,000 may be imposed.