The Whistleblowing Policy and Procedure is designed to provide a framework within which to deal with cases of whistleblowing in order to :

  • encourage staff to report suspected wrongdoing as soon as possible, in the knowledge that their concerns will be taken seriously and investigated as appropriate, and that their confidentiality will be respected.
  • provide a route for external parties to raise any concerns over their dealings with Bidpath
Whistleblowing is the disclosure of information which relates to suspected wrongdoing or dangers at work. This may include:

  • criminal activity
  • failure to comply with any legal or professional obligation or regulatory requirements
  • miscarriages of justice
  • danger to health and safety
  • damage to the environment
  • bribery
  • facilitating tax evasion
  • financial fraud or mismanagement
  • conduct likely to damage our reputation or financial wellbeing
  • unauthorised disclosure of confidential information
  • negligence
  • the deliberate concealment of any of the above matters.
  • bullying, harassment or discriminatory behaviour
Any concerns relating to the above should be raised with the Bidpath Whistleblowing Officer :

Contact : [email protected]