RWAV is committed to a culture of integrity, honesty and ethical conduct.
RWAV’s Whistleblower Policy provides a framework that helps to identify instances of wrongdoing and provides guidance on how to raise a concern about suspected or actual unethical or unlawful conduct.
RWAV’s Whistleblower Policy objectives:
- encourage the disclosure of wrongdoing;
- help deter wrongdoing in line with RWAV’s risk management and governance framework;
- ensure individuals who disclose wrongdoing can do so safely, securely and with confidence that they will be protected and supported;
- ensure disclosures are dealt with appropriately and on a timely basis;
- provide transparency around RWAVs framework for receiving, handling and investigating disclosures;
- support RWAVs values, long-term sustainability and reputation; and
- meet RWAVs legal and regulatory obligations
How to Report a Potential Misconduct?
Do you have an allegation of misconduct or an improper state of affairs or circumstances relating to RWAV?
You are encouraged to report to RWAV’s Whistleblower Disclosure Officer (WDO) in the first instance.
The WDO is an individual within RWAV with specific responsibilities under RWAV’s Policy. This includes protecting and safeguarding the interests of the person who is making the disclosure. Should you choose to make a disclosure, you should detail the alleged conduct, including who was involved, what occurred, where and when, and include any supporting documentation.
Every disclosure received is assessed to determine if it is a protected disclosure that may attract certain legal protections. RWAV may investigate disclosures, refer to another agency or dismiss it. If you leave contact details, RWAV’s WDO may contact you seeking further information. RWAV will acknowledge receipt of your disclosure, normally within 28 days.
RWAV’S Whistleblower Disclosure Officer: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you do not feel safe or able to make a disclosure directly, you may do so using RWAV’s independent Whistleblower service provider: ‘Your Call’