There are four easy steps
You should only report concerns that you have reasonable grounds to suspect concerns the following reportable misconduct:
Your identity will be treated as confidential and sensitive.
If you had disclosed your identity (or any information which would be likely to identify you) while asking a question or making a report, it will only be shared if:
We encourage you to ask questions about whether a scenario or situation amounts to reportable misconduct, as it helps us improve in our guidance and it also provides you with a better understanding of our policies and procedures.
However, it is important for you to be aware that making intentionally false allegations or frivolous reports through any channel could result in disciplinary action or may be a serious legal matter and prohibited by law in many countries.
This is because when a report of reportable misconduct is made, we may be required to immediately notify relevant law enforcement agencies.
Additionally, because we treat all reports with the same level of urgency, we will be compelled to invest resources investigating a false report that could have been better utilised in investigating genuine concerns.
Investigations will follow due process, including allowing alleged persons involved an opportunity to respond.
We are committed to providing an environment where no person is subjected to retaliation or victimisation for reporting or escalating genuine concerns of suspected misconduct, or cooperating in an investigation.
If you fear retaliation or have been subject to retaliation, kindly refer to the Whistle-Blowing Procedure. Our Whistleblowing Procedure provides guidance on how you can be protected.