What is Whistleblowing?
HPHA Representatives are often the first to know when something is going seriously wrong. A culture of turning a "blind eye" to such problems means that the alarm is not sounded and those in charge do not get the chance to take action before real damage is done. Whistleblowing can therefore be described as giving information about potentially illegal or underhanded practices, i.e. wrongdoing.
To view the full content of the policy please click Whistle Blower Policy
Should you wish to submit information about potentially illegal or underhanded practicies please complete the following form. Please note your submission will remain 100% anonymous unless you choose to complete the "Contact Information" section of the form. Your name and address will not appear in the email address line when the form is submitted. Anonymous concerns will be investigated to the extent possible and reasonable based on the level of detail provided in the complaint
Once the form is submitted, it is sent directly to the Executive Assistant of the Chief Executive Officer. If you do not wish your information to be received in the CEO's office - DO NOT COMPLETE THIS FORM and refer to the Whistleblower policy above for alternate submission options.