EcoOils has established a Whistleblowing policy that will help all stakeholders with respect to their obligations to the company’s interests raise concerns, without fear of retaliation, on any wrongdoing that they may observe and experience. This policy will provide an avenue for all employees and business partners who are aware of any potential malpractice or misconduct to report such matters in good faith without fear of reprisal.
Scope of the Policy
Parties can report a Whistleblowing complaint if they are aware of any wrongdoings, including, but not limited to the following:
- Criminal offence or unlawful act such as fraud or
- Forgery or alteration of any
- Forgery or alteration of a
- Misappropriation of Company’s
- Impropriety in the handling or reporting of money or
- Profiteering as a result of insider
- Conduct which is an offence
- Financial practice;
- Sexual Harassment;
- Breach of the EcoOils Code
- Abuse of power and position for personal
- Any act that poses danger to health and safety;
- Any act that causes damage to environment; and
- Concealment of any of the above.
Acting in Good Faith
We expect all parties to act in good faith and have reasonable grounds when reporting a Whistleblowing complaint. If allegations are proven to be malicious, parties responsible may be subject to appropriate action, up to and including legal action, where applicable.
i.） Whistleblowing e-Form
ii.) Whistleblowing Procedures
- Download the Whistleblower e-Form from EcoOils website.
- Supporting documents where available should be submitted with the Whistleblower e-Form
- All Documents (form and attachment) can be submitted to our independent whistle blower contact.