A culture of good governance, integrity, responsibility, and accountability is important to Mandai Wildlife Group (“The Group”).
The Whistleblowing Policy, which has the total support and commitment of our Board, Audit & Risk Committee (“ARC”) and the Senior Management, is put in place with this objective.
The Group requires all business units and departments to comply with all applicable laws and regulations and to maintain proper standards of business conduct. The Group does not tolerate any impropriety, intentional deception, statutory non-compliance, wrongdoing or malpractice by staff and business partners in the course of their work.
This policy aims to set out a framework and provide guidance on reporting misconduct and improper activities, protection of whistle blowers and confidentiality of reporting and the investigation process.
The Whistleblowing Policy provides a formalised, secured and confidential avenue for both staff and external parties (i.e. suppliers, guests, and contractors) to raise concerns about actual or suspected improprieties on the part of Management or fellow employees and in so doing deter wrongdoing and promote standards of ethical behaviour and integrity in the work environment and in our dealings with external parties.
Reportable incidents include and are not restricted to the following improper and unethical activities (actual or suspected):
Fraud is defined as wrongful or criminal deception intended to result in financial or personal gain. Below are non-exhaustive examples of the types of incidents that should be reported and escalated:
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3. Information To Be Provided
In making a report, please provide the following information, where possible: