Whistleblowing

Whistleblowing

Our Whistleblowing Framework provides a platform for individuals to disclose any observed improprieties that involves Team Axis’s employees and/or business partners, without fear of reprisal.

All instances of whistleblowing will be independently reviewed and investigated by an Investigative Committee and we ensure that these reports are addressed in an appropriate and timely fashion.

Whistleblowers should report their concerns in good faith. The whistleblower’s identity and the concerns raised will be kept confidential, unless as required by the law to reveal to parties such as lawyers, the police or investigators. We aim to safeguard the public’s interest and build trust in the organisation.

You may report any wrongdoings if you have sufficient grounds to believe that it has been committed. You can do so by filling up this form. 

Reporting Channels

Online Form: https://www.team-axis.com/whistleblowing-form 

To enable Team Axis to effectively investigate your concerns, the following information should be provided, where possible:

  1. Your contact information;

  2. Name(s) of person(s)/company(ies) involved;

  3. Your relationship with the reported person(s)/company(ies);

  4. Detailed description of the incident (including date, time, location, methods and action/ behaviour);

  5. Period of time the impropriety had been perpetuated;

  6. Has management been informed (if yes, please provide the notification date and contact information of the person notified);

   7. Physical evidence and any other information that may substantiate the incident.

We encourage whistleblowers to provide their names and contact numbers to facilitate investigations. While an anonymous report will not automatically be disregarded, Team Axis’s ability to follow up with the alleged incident may be limited as we are unable to seek clarification, if any. Anonymous reports would be investigated only if there are sufficient accompanying facts and evidence.