Whistleblowing Course for Executive Level
Focus: Understanding the fundamentals of ISO 37002 Whistleblowing Management Systems (WMS) to develop a successful whistleblowing program for your organisation.
Executive Level | Beginner
Face to Face Training
6 January 2022 (Thursday)
9 am – 5 pm Malaysia Time
Meeting Room, Level 28, GTower, Jalan Tun Razak, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Whistleblowing course for executive level. 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 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 significantly decline the chances of wrongdoing or misconduct. 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.
Whistleblowing Course for Executive or Beginner Level
The 7-hour, physical training provides delegates with an understanding of the fundamentals of ISO 37002 including the purpose, key clauses and definitions outlined within the standard. Through engaging modules, delegates will understand how to determine the scope of a WMS and how to address reports of wrongdoing.