Whistleblower Protection Act

It is our duty as a company to ensure that our organisation does not violate any applicable laws or regulations. Should a case arise despite this that violations occur in any way whatsoever, it must be our goal to uncover, clarify and rectify it.

For this reason, we have set up an independent reporting center in accordance with the Whistleblower Protection Act, which can be used to report violations of laws, regulations or guidelines. This can be done anonymously or by revealing one's identity. In any case, the reporting center is obligated to maintain confidentiality and thus guarantees comprehensive data and information protection.

If, in connection with our organisation, you become aware of cases of, , , ,

  • bribery, extortion or corruption
  • fraud, theft
  • assault, blackmail, coercion
  • discrimination, stalking
  • or other violations of applicable law

please do not hesitate to report these to our reporting office. We investigate every report and check the relevant facts.

The reporting office is an anonymous, confidential and cost-free telephone and online service that allows you to report your concerns about misconduct in our organisation anonymously if you wish.

This service is provided by:

L-G-K GmbH

Kleeweg 5, 49393 Lohne

(Represented by the CEO Mr. Lothar Große-Klönne)

The following options are available for submitting a report:

  1. via post to the above address
  2. via e-mail to hinweis.burwinkel-kunststoffe@l-g-k.de
  3. by telephone at 04442/7037440
  4. Meeting (after prior agreement)

Your details and the fact that you have contacted us will be treated with absolute confidentiality, also towards your employer. All information relating to your reports will remain with the Reporting Office staff who are obliged to maintain confidentiality.

The Reporting Office will only disclose your identity if you give your consent or if there is a necessary and required obligation arising from official or court orders. In such a case, you will be informed unless this is prohibited by order of the authorities or the court.