1. As part of corporate governance policy framework, SCGF is committed to uphold its values and promote ethical conduct of business.
2. The SCGF Board adopts the whistle blowing policy & enables the employee, and or concern parties at all level to raise concerns against any malpractices or irregularities observed.
3. SCGF is committed to the highest standards of good governance, openness, transparency, integrity and accountability. Consequently, if anyone have any well-founded “concerns”, they have a duty to SCGF to speak up and report the situation immediately in “good faith” to the Chief Executive Officer so that the matter can be investigated promptly.
4. If the Chief Executive Officer is deemed to be implicated, must be report to the Chairman of the Board.
5. Such matters will be investigated and position advised to the complainant and such complainant will be protected for no civil, criminal or disciplinary action.
6. However, if the person makes complaint which is malicious or for the purpose of discrediting or defaming or reputational damage, or politically motivated or for personal advantage, disciplinary or civil action may be taken against an individual for making malicious or vexatious allegations.
All whistleblower concerns can be reported by contacting Board Secretary Mr. Pesamino on mobile 9983816 (working hours) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.