Whistleblowing Compliance

Reporting and training solutions relating to whistleblowing

The UK Public Interest Disclosure Act 1998 (PIDA) protects whistleblowers from being treated in a detrimental way by their employers. The Act came about as a result of several scandals that took place in the 1980s and 1990s whereby employees were aware of the dangers that had existed, but they were too scared to report, or where they had reported, their concerns were ignored. To strengthen these rights, the EU Parliament has approved a draft directive for new harmonized rules on the protection of whistleblowers in the EU. These new laws will come into force in 2021 across Member States.

Whistleblowing reporting portal

Omnitrack’s whistleblowing portal is a solution designed to capture all breaches, complaints and issues in one secure framework to mitigate organisational risk in real time. Creating an interdependency between ethics and compliance, the portal transmits an ultimately powerful message to employees and management that their corporate culture is truly transparent and ethical. Forms can be custom-built according to legislative best practice.

Screenshof the whistleblowing portal

Customisable whistleblowing compliance training

Whistleblowing: Understand Your Rights provides a comprehensive overview of whistleblower rights within the UK. The aim of the course is to improve the culture in every organisation so that employees feel comfortable whistleblowing where necessary. The course includes real-life scenarios where whistleblowing could have helped prevent disaster, examples of when whistleblowing has helped prevent disaster and a practical guide on how to whistleblow.

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