Happier & Healthier livingWhistleblowing Policy
To uphold strong corporate governance and promote an open and transparent culture, employees, volunteers and external parties will have a trusted avenue to report serious wrongdoings or concerns to an internal authority, without fear or reprisals when whistleblowing in good faith so that corrective actions can be taken.
Wrongdoings may include, but not limited to, the following:
- General malpractice such as immoral, illegal or unethical conduct.
- Non-compliance to laws and regulations.
- Impropriety, corruption, acts of fraud, theft and/or misuse of Brahm Centre’s properties.
- Any other serious improper matters which may cause financial or non-financial loss or damage Brahm Centre’s reputation.
The whistleblower may email the concern to email@example.com which will be routed to the Board’s Audit Committee. The whistleblower should identify himself/herself; and to enable investigation of the concern, details such as parties involved, date and time of incident, description of incident and evidence or any other information to substantiate the concern are to be provided.