Whistleblowing Legislation

Ensure your organisation complies with all major international whistleblowing legislation and regulations.

Safecall’s whistleblowing products are designed with best practice in mind –  as such we help your organisation to comply with all major whistleblowing regulatory requirements and legislation. This allows even large, complex, international businesses to share a single dedicated whistleblowing reporting system.

Our data resides in the UK and our system is designed to be fully GDPR compliant.

Protection for Whistleblowing Bill (UK)

In an era of increased corporate scrutiny and accountability, France has taken a significant step forward with the enactment of a new law, LOI n° 2022-401.

German Whistleblower Protection Act

In December 2023, Germany ushered in a new era of corporate governance with the enactment of the German Whistleblower Protection Act (WPA), aligning with the EU’s Whistleblowing Directive.

French Legislation: LOI n° 2022-401

In an era of increased corporate scrutiny and accountability, France has taken a significant step forward with the enactment of a new law, LOI n° 2022-401.

EASA

(European Union Aviation Security Agency) Regulation (EU) No 376/2014

This aviation safety regulation outlines mandatory and voluntary reporting of health and safety incidents and near misses….

Financial Conduct Authority

The Financial Conduct Authority is the conduct regulator for nearly 60,000 financial services firms and financial markets in the UK…

EU Whistleblowing Directive

The European Union (EU) Whistleblowing Directive is a significant legislative initiative aimed at bolstering transparency, integrity, and accountability in both the public and private sectors across EU Member States.

PIDA

The Public Interest Disclosure Act (PIDA) was enacted in 1998 to protect employees who report wrongdoing in the workplace…

Protected Disclosures (Amendment) Act 2022

On 1 January 2023, The Protected Disclosures (Amendment) Act 2022 was introduced: it implements EU Whistleblowing Directive…

RIDDOR

(The Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 2013) (UK)

All employers are bound to keep a record of health and safety incidents and near misses, and in serious cases to in-tern report these to the Health and Safety Executive…

Sarbanes Oxley Act (SOX)

The Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) Act requires all publicly traded companies implement a confidential, anonymous way for whistleblowers to inform the company of suspicious accounting practices…

Sapin II

Under French anti-corruption legislation organisations with over 50 employees should implement internal confidential reporting channels. There are enhanced requirements for organisations with over 500 employees…

BRCGS

BRCGS (British Retail Consortium Global Standards) is a consumer protection organisation, specifically focused on the food industry (manufacturing)…

Worker Protection Act 2023

The worker protection act 2023 is a recent legislative update, approved in October 2023 and set to be enforced in October 2024. It introduces new obligations for employers regarding the prevention of sexual harassment among employees…

German Corporate Governance Code (DGCK)

The German Corporate Governance Code encourages organisations to establish protected reporting channels for employees to report suspected illegal activity.

ECCTA

The Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Act (“ECCTA”) received royal assent on 26 October 2023, marking a significant milestone in the UK’s ongoing efforts to combat economic crime and enhance transparency in the corporate sector…

Spanish Whistleblowing Legislation

The new Spanish whistleblowing legislation, Law 2/2023, was introduced on 21st February 2023 in response to the EU Whistleblowing Directive.