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  • 1. WithAdrian™

  • 2. Whistleblowing WithAdrian™

  • 3. “Making A Disclosure in the Public Interest” is more Commonly Called … Blowing The Whistle or Whistleblowing !
 
 
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  • 4. Whistleblowing is NOT about “SNITCHING”It is about …Informing Superiors of Malpractices or Wrongdoings in the WorkplaceTo Protect …1. The General Public2. Other Work Colleagues and Contractors
 
 
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  • 5. Whistleblowers can ask for their concerns to betreated in confidence and such wishes willalways be respectedEmployees will not be penalised for informingmanagement about any Malpractice WithAdrian™

  • 6. Types of Malpractice:1. Improper behaviour2. Illegal behaviour3. Negligent behaviour4. Threats to an individual’s health and safety5. Damage to the Environment6. Deliberate attempt to cover up any of the above WithAdrian™

  • 7. Employee ActionsEmployees Should Inform their Line Manager ImmediatelyIn more serious cases (for example, if the allegation is about the actionsof their line manager), the employee should raise the Malpractice with amore Senior Manager1. Make the disclosure in good faith (which means with honest intent andwithout malice)2. Reasonably believe that the information is substantially true3. Reasonably believe you are making the disclosure to the correctSuperior Person WithAdrian™

  • 8. Management ActionsManagers are Responsible ALL Malpractices are taken Seriously andEnsure the Following:-1. The Reported Malpractice is investigated2. Provide an objective assessment of the Malpractice3. Provide Progress to the Employee Reporting the Malpractice4. Implement Necessary Actions to Resolve the Malpractice WithAdrian™

  • 9. Please Remember …Silence is NOT always Golden ! Thank You WithAdrian™

  • 10. WithAdrian™