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Reporting bribery and misconduct in the workplace. Know-how you can be the whistleblower!

29 Oct10:00 am12:00 pm

Whistleblowing: the importance of reporting bribery and misconduct in the workplace.

Reporting bribery and misconduct in the workplace. Know-how you can be the whistleblower!

An exclusive additional topic of discussion “Building a better whistleblowing mechanism by adopting ISO 37002:2021”

Free Webinar | 29 October 2021 (Friday) | 10 am – 12 pm Malaysia Time

Whistleblowing does not only refer to the act of a whistleblower who informs, reports or discloses on someone or the organisation is conducting or going to conduct any illicit activity which may harm the interests of stakeholders. Meanwhile, it has also emerged in its mainstream functions and the essential roles in leading today‘s modern corporations to enforce effective whistleblowing policy within their compounds of governance. The world‘s famous corporate governance cases such as Enron and Worldcom have attracted the spotlight of corporate citizens to the issue of poor yet ineffective sound governance practices in corporation operations. Because of these, the impetus of enforcing and practising sound governance practices by the world national bodies, government agencies, and business community has been triggered.

One of the significant practices that must be highlighted in promoting sound governance in a corporation‘s operations will absolutely be the whistleblowing act and this act is definitely welcomed and encouraged in the workplace. In the embrace of corporate governance, myriad concepts, principles, legislative acts, codes as well as good practices have been incorporated and served as a great benchmark for modern corporations in applying them into their actual governance practices.

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Good governance in any organisation involves demonstrating accountability and fostering a “speak up” culture. A new ISO standard for whistleblowing has just been published to address the importance of having a secure and effective way that employees can report concerns about wrongdoing. ISO 37002:2021  Whistleblowing management systems – Guidelines – guide implementing, managing, evaluating, maintaining and improving a robust and effective management system for whistleblowing. It is non-sector-specific and can be used by organisations of all sizes, including SMEs and those with international operations.

Following the three principles of trust, impartiality and protection, the standard covers the identification and reporting such concerns and how they are assessed and addressed. Its use will minimise or prevent potential losses and ensure compliance with organisational policies and legal and social obligations. Suppose a corporation has its whistleblowing policy positioned in place, the clear and secure reporting channel established within its compound. In that case, a robust whistleblowing policy will decline the chances of wrongdoing or misconduct significantly. This is because all wrongdoings or misconducts can be quickly revealed and exposed under such a policy. The whistleblower will receive legal protection to avoid any detrimental action, and it could assure the most crucial sound governance and safeguard all shareholders‘ interests.

In this webinar, we will discuss a topic relating to whistleblowing in the workplace and how adopting ISO 37002:2021 Whistleblowing Management Systems help improvise the organisation whistleblowing mechanism.



  • Definition of whistleblowing
  • The benefits of encouraging whistleblowers in the workplace
  • Laws to promote and protect whistleblowers in Malaysia
  • Issues concerning whistleblowing in Malaysia
  • Can whistleblowers help to improve corporate governance?
  • Whistleblowing and sound governance
  • The need for whistleblowing policy in the workplace
  • Suggestions to formulate internal whistleblowing policies for companies
  • Strengthen whistleblowing mechanism by adopting ISO 37002:2021


  • Receive RM100 voucher for ABAC® ISO 37002 Whistleblowing Awareness Training
  • Recording and speakers slide provided
  • Attain Certificate of Attendance


  • Top Management (including Risk, Quality, Health, Safety and Environment Management)
  • Compliance and Ethics manager and officer
  • Legal Practises and Counselling
  • Internal Audit0r
  • Internal Controller
  • Finance manager and officer
  • Supply Chain manager and officer
  • Procurement manager and officer
  • Operations manager and officer



Tuan Haji Mohd Nur Lokman Samingan

MACC Senior Assistant Commissioner & Head Private Sector Branch Community Education Division

Senior Assistant Commissioner & Head Private Sector Branch Community Education Division MACC Mohd Nur Lokman Bin Samingan read law at the International Islamic University of Malaysia from 1999 – 2002, later joining the Malaysian Anti-corruption Agency (now MACC Malaysia) in 2005. He has vast experience as an investigator and a prosecuting officer from 2005 – 2014. He is currently attached to the Community Education Division of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) as the head of the Private Sector Branch. He engaged business entities, corporations and private companies in cultivating anti-corruption awareness.



Dr KM Loi

President – Association of ABMS Practitioners Malaysia

Dr KM Loi has been appointed as the Vice Chair of ISO/PC 278, a Project Committee which was responsible for the design and development of ISO 37001:2016 – Anti-Bribery Management System (ABMS) standard and as an expert in ISO 37002:2021 – Whistleblowing Management Systems: Guidelines. Dr KM Loi, with a long-standing background in anti-corruption advocacy work since 2000, he has served as Deputy President (2015-2017) and Secretary-General (2013-2015) of TI-Malaysia and a Vice Chair of UNCAC Coalition (2015-2017). He is also the UNDP PSAG Advisor for Fair Business Environment (2018-2022).


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Build trust. Ensure compliance.

ABAC® Center of Excellence is an independent certification body, powered by CRI Group. ABAC® offers a complete suite of services and solutions designed to educate, equip and support the world’s leading business organisations with the latest best-in-practice risk and performance assessments, systems improvement and standards certification. ABAC® programs protect your organisation from damaging litigation and safeguard your business in the global marketplace by providing certification and training in internationally recognised ISO standards, such as ISO 37301 Compliance Management SystemsISO 31000 Risk Management Systems, ISO 37001 Anti-Bribery Management Systems, ISO 37000 Governance of Organisations and ISO 37002 Whistleblowing Management Systems. Its ISO 37001 Certification services are accredited by the United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS CB number: 10613), making it the leading certification body specialising in anti-bribery management.

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Nor Hidaya Aziz

Office Manager, ABAC Malaysia

For technical enquiries about ABAC® Certification capability in Malaysia, please contact Nor Hidaya.

+603 2280 6282 | +6018 2184 931

Suhaimi Saad - Orange BG

Suhaimi Saad

Training Specialist

For enquiries relating to ABAC® training courses, please contact Suhaimi Saad

+603 2280 6282 | +6014 3280 331

Nurul Damia - Orange BG

Nurul Damia Mohamad Sofian

Digital Marketing Specialist

For marketing enquiries about the webinar, please contact Nurul Damia

+6010 2611 262


29 Oct
10:00 am12:00 pm




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