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Whistleblower system

Help us fight corruption and business crime. Every violation report is important and helps us to prevent economic losses and damage to our reputation. With your help, we can ensure our integrity and reliability and thereby also our success.

The whistleblower system may not be used to make false accusations against others, and altogether, deliberately untrue information may not be reported.

We encourage you to provide your name in the report. Regardless of whether you do so or not, please open a secure post box. This makes it safer and easier for us to communicate.

All reports are strictly confidential. You can find more information on this in menu section "Privacy policy" above.
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What can be reported?
Anonymity
Open a post box
You may report any suspected violation of laws and regulations, unethical business conduct as well as violations of internal guidelines and policies. You may also report concerns relating to physical violence, harassment, bullying, discrimination, sexual offences as well as health and safety concerns and retaliation against anyone for speaking up in good faith.
 
Routine employment matters (such as dissatisfaction with salary conditions, benefits, performance appraisals, collegial difficulties, violation of smoking policy etc.) should not be reported via the whistleblower scheme. These concerns should instead be raised through normal channels (management or HR). If you file a report that cannot be dealt with under the whistleblower scheme, you will be informed and requested to go through the normal channels instead.
 
To ensure your anonymity, you must do the following:
  • If possible, do not report from a PC provided by your employer.
  • Do not use a PC that is connected to the company’s network/intranet.
  • Access the whistleblower system directly by copying or writing the URL address in an internet browser rather than by clicking on a link.
  • Do not write your own personal details.
When you send the report, you have the option to choose whether you remain available for further inquiries by opening a secure post box.

We recommend that you make yourself available because we may not be able to finalise the case without further information from you.

When you create a post box, you will be given a case number, and you will choose a password. You will use the case number and password to log in to the post box in order to see if you have received any questions.

Regardless of whether or not you remain anonymous or you write your name, we ask you to open a post box. This makes it safer and easier for us to communicate.

All communication with us is anonymous if you wish it to be.