How to Report a Concern

YIT is committed to respecting good governance and responsible business principles.

We want to ensure good conduct throughout the supply chain and we support developing our industry towards ever greater levels of responsibility and ethics.

The whistleblowing channels, which YIT Group has implemented both globally and locally, allows our employees, clients, suppliers and other third parties to raise concerns about any misconduct in terms of laws, regulations, regulations and fair business principles. This may include, for example, the following:

  • Anti-trust, competition legislation;
  • Conflicts of interest or unfair business practices, fraud;
  • Environmental violations;
  • Bribery, corruption or other illegal payments;
  • Data protection, information security, property rights;
  • Inappropriate acceptance or offer of gifts or entertainment;
  • Labor conditions, occupational safety;
  • Money laundering, tax crime;
  • Stock exchange rules.

The whistleblowing channels should not be used to file complaints or to report matters relating to personal disputes. These should be dealt with by those responsible for the relevant area.

Both global and local reporting channels are available online or by phone, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

We encourage you to report openly, by providing your own name and contact details, as all reports are handled with strict confidentiality. You may, of course, file a report anonymously.

The whistleblowing channels of YIT are completely distinct from the IT environment of YIT Group. The third-party service provider (WhistleB) safeguards the anonymity of the person reporting and protects sensitive data. It is not possible to track an anonymous person. IP addresses or other data that could identify a person sending a message cannot be tracked. To minimize all risks, you can leave a report on a device other than your own computer or mobile device.

YIT Ethics Channel

If you wish to make a report via the YIT Group Ethics Channel, you can do so via the website:

You can phone in English +44-203-8083920, please use code 5112#.

Reports made through the YIT Group Ethics Channel will be followed up in accordance with the YIT Group Policy.

Internal Reporting System of YIT Stavo s.r.o.

The Czech entity YIT Stavo s.r.o. (the "Company") has established an internal reporting system (the "Internal Reporting System") in accordance with Act No. 171/2023 Coll., on the Protection of Whistleblowers and Act No. 253/2008 Sb., on Selected Measures against Legitimisation of Proceeds of Crime and Financing of Terrorism (the "Regulation") which is based on confidentiality and impartiality in the assessment of each report. Anyone who works for the Company, whether as an employee or self-employed person, shareholder or member of the company's bodies, can make a report through the Internal Reporting System, even anonymously. In accordance with the Regulation, the Company has excluded third parties who do not perform work and other similar activities for the Company from using the Internal Reporting System. Reports submitted through the Internal Reporting System will be followed up with in accordance with the Regulations. You can submit your reports to:

Written reports

Use the reporting form available 24/7 at: YIT Ethics Channel Czech Republic

Once you have submitted your report, you will receive an ID number and password on screen. Save these in a safe place so that you can return to the system and monitor the messages we send you about your report.

Oral reports

Telephone line available 24/7 at: 800-023516, enter code 449592#

In-person reports

Make an appointment with the Whistleblowing Officer to make a personal report. The Whistleblowing Principal Officer has been appointed:

JUDr. Daniela Kobová, tel. +420 226 258 765 on weekdays 9-14 hours, email:  

In her absence, JUDr Daniela Kobová will be replaced by: Ing. Marek Lokaj, tel.+420 226 258 765, email:

External reporting system

The reports defined in the Regulation may also be submitted through the external reporting system established by the Ministry of Justice of the Czech Republic, see:


How will personal data be handled?

Personal data is processed in accordance with data protection legislation. We keep a record of the reports received, including: (a) the date of receipt of the report; (b) the name, surname, date of birth and contact address of the whistleblower, if known; (c) a summary of the content of the report and the identification of the person against whom the report was made, if known; (d) the date on which the assessment of the validity of the report or the assessment of the report by the Whistleblowing Officer and the outcome of the assessment was completed. Received reports shall be retained for a period of 5 years after receipt.

Only the Whistleblowing Officer has access to the register of reports submitted through the Company´s Internal Reporting System.

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