Our Whistleblowing Policy

Whistleblowing is a disclosure of information by individuals that relates to danger, fraud, illegal or unethical conduct of the employer, an employee, board member or volunteer. It need not be a matter of financial governance.
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Qualifying Disclosure

A qualifying disclosure is a disclosure that is made in good faith as the honest belief of this individual making the disclosure and will tend to show that one or more of the following has occurred:

  • A criminal offence has been committed, is being committed or likely to be committed
  • A person has failed, is failing or likely to fail to comply with a legal obligation that they are subject to
  • A miscarriage of justice has occurred, is occurring or is likely to occur
  • The health and safety of any individual has been, is being or likely to be endangered,
  • The environment has been, is being or likely to be damaged, or
  • The information would tend to show that the matter in any preceding paragraph has been, is being or likely to be deliberately concealed

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Whistleblowing Policy

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