Whistleblowing Reporting Channel
The Ministry of Justice, in co-operation with the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment, has drafted the Whistleblower Protection Law, which implements the Whistleblowing Directive of the European Union. This is commonly referred to as the Whistleblowing Reporting Channel. Through it, the organisation’s own staff and the staff of the stakeholders can confidentially report actual or suspected violations.
The reports are to be made in good faith. The channel is not intended, for example, for provision of customer or supplier feedback related to invoicing or contract terms. Intentional submission of false reports can lead to legal consequences.
To ensure confidentiality, an external service provider operates the channel. The system is encrypted and password-protected. A person submitting a report is assigned an anonymous user ID with which the person can log into the service and communicate with the processors of whistleblowing reports. You can monitor the processing of your report and provide additional information if required by logging in with the user name assigned to you. Reports submitted through the service are accessible only for persons specified. All reports are treated confidentially.