Whistleblowing is positive
Whistleblowing means reporting unacceptable circumstances in the business to someone who can do something about it. Whistleblowing is good for both the company and society as a whole because it means unacceptable circumstances can be remedied. People who are willing to whistleblow are an important resource for us.
The Norsk Gjenvinning Group will in no way penalise anyone who reports possible dishonest or illegal conduct in our business.
Notification can be given anonymously, but, normally, transparency will make the process easier and ensure a better outcome for all the parties involved. In any event, all whistleblowing notifications shall be dealt with confidentially, and the whistleblower's identity is confidential information.The processing and storage of personal information is in accordance with the Personal Data Act and other applicable legislation.
Whistleblowing by employees
We invite our employees to blow the whistle on unacceptable circumstances. Unacceptable circumstances include breaking the law and breaching the "guidelines for employees of the Norsk Gjenvinning Group" and other internal rules, as well as the infringement of generally accepted ethical standards.
Whistleblowing by external parties
We have also made it possible for external parties to be able to report unacceptable circumstances in our business.
The Norsk Gjenvinning Group has since September 2014 had a license from the Data Inspectorate to process personal data that may be collected via this whistle blowing channel.