Everybody working for EnviroLeach must promptly raise any situations in which the EnviroLeach Code of Conduct, its underlying policies or the law appear to be breached with a supervisor or manager. Alternatively, they may raise the concern with the appropriate manager in human resources, legal, finance, corporate affairs, sustainability or senior management, or with his or her local compliance contact.
Where the concern remains unresolved through these local channels, or should an employee, contractor, supplier or other stakeholder feel uncomfortable utilising the local channels for resolution of the concerns for whatever reason and at any time, the concern can be referred to the EnviroLeach Raising Concerns Programme.
All reporters will remain anonymous unless the reporter chooses to disclose his or her name, or unless the reporter’s name is required by local law. If a concern is reported in good faith and the reporter elects to identify himself or herself, the reporter’s identity will be considered private and must be protected. This means EnviroLeach will only disclose the identity of the reporter to those people at EnviroLeach who need the information to investigate and resolve the concern.
EnviroLeach will not tolerate retaliation for reports made in good faith. Abuse of the channel, however, is not acceptable.