The creation of a suitable Report Channel should enable employees, customers, suppliers and other interested parties to report suspected irregularities and, at the same time, ensure the anonymity of the whistleblowers and the internal resolution of the infraction.
Compliance with the legal obligations of entities (public and private) has proved to be a challenge, as resistance to change, lack of resources and bureaucratic complexity are some of the difficulties highlighted in its implementation and effectiveness. It is not enough to draw a PRR (Risk of Corruption Prevention Plan) and publish it online for this to happen, there are other steps in this process so we achieve legal compliance and the best results.
inCentea, in partnership with DCM | Littler and NAVEX will host a GRPC (General Regime for the Prevention of Corruption) webinar: "Whistleblowing Channel - The steps to follow", on the 29th of March, which demonstrates how to define the correct structure of the Whistleblowing Channel in your organization.
What we will talk about in this webinar:
- Whistleblowing Best pratices
- Positive Impacts of Whistleblowing on a Business (Reputation, avoidance of sanctions etc.)
- Specifications and Technological Parameters in Public Procurement
- Resources needed for the implementation and effectiveness of a Whistleblowing Channel
Jan Stappers - Associate Partner Development Director - NAVEX
- An expert in organisational whistleblowing management, Jan was engaged in the development of the new ISO 37002 Standard, is a frequent speaker on subjects related to whistleblowing, and has authored various articles on new legislation concerning whistleblower protection, anti-corruption and organisational whistleblowing best practices.
- Jan is CIPP/E is an International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/E).
- Holds a Postgraduate Diploma (PGDip) from King’s College London in the United Kingdom (EU Competition Law) and a Master’s Degree (LL.M) from Leiden University in the Netherlands (European Law).
Tânia Ferreira – Consultant at inCentea, SA, in the areas of General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) , General Regime for the Prevention of Corruption (GRPC) and General protection regime for whistleblowers;
- Degree in Solicitorship and Master in Solicitorship for Companies (ESTG/IPLeiria);
- External Data Protection Officer (DPO) in Private and Public Sector Organizations.
Filipa Galvão - Lawyer at Sociedade de Advogados DCM | Littler
- Degree from the University of Law in Lisbon. - Master “LLM” in International Legal Practice at Instituto de Empresa IE Law School, Madrid.
- Advanced Data Protection Course: General Data Protection Regulation, EU Directives and National Legislation at the Institute of Legal and Political Sciences of the Faculty of Law of the University of Lisbon.
- Data Protection Course – Institute of Legal and Political Sciences of the Faculty of Law of the University of Lisbon.
Free event. Registration required.
As a specialist in the implementation of GDPR software and solutions, inCentea together with DCM | Littler and NAVEX provide an adapted offer in compliance with the requirements of the law through the , an online whistleblowing system, which allows anonymous denunciations by workers and other external interested parties, of irregularities, legal non-compliance and ethically suspect practices.