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Whistleblowing Policy

Stroke Support Station (S3) has in place a Whistle blowing policy. This whistle blowing policy provides a framework to promote responsible and secure whistle blowing without fear of adverse consequences. Any complaints that are deemed frivolous and bogus will be disregarded.

All reports will be treated in confidence and every effort shall be made to protect and ensure that confidentiality is maintained throughout the process. To this end, the identity of the whistle-blower shall be shared on a need-to-know basis only.

S3 aims to establish:

  • Reliable and safe channels for internal and external stakeholders to report concerns or suspected concerns,

  • Structure to ensure fair investigations of reports, and

  • Arrangements to support learning and continuous improvements of internal controls to achieve strong governance.


Report should be raised to the Chairman - Audit Committee and Chairman - Human Resource Committee by the following channel:


The Directors in charge shall address the matter and where appropriate, the matter raised may:

  • be investigated by the Management or Board or through the disciplinary process;

  • be referred to the police or other relevant agency;

  • be referred to the external auditor;

  • form the subject of an independent inquiry; or

  • not be pursued if there are insufficient grounds for action


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