All employees in the Group are encouraged to raise genuine concerns about improprieties in matters of financial reporting, compliance, conflict of interests and other malpractices at the earliest opportunity, and in appropriate ways.
This policy is designed to
This policy not only covers possible inappropriateness in matters of financial reporting, but also the following:
The principles underpinning the policy are as follows:
If any employee believes reasonably and in good faith that a malpractice exists in the work place, the employee should report this to the general manager. If for any reason, the employee is reluctant to report to any general manager in the company, he can report the concern to:
Encik Fazrin Azwar Bin Dato’ Haji Mohd Nor,
Tel: 603-2162 8988,
who is the Chairman and the Senior Independent Non-Executive Director who has been assigned by the Board of Directors to be in charge of whistleblowing.
A whistle-blower’s identity will not be exposed without his/her prior consent. Where the concern cannot be resolved without revealing his/her identity, a dialogue will be carried out with the whistle-blower as to whether or how the matter can proceed.
Decision(s) made on action(s) to be taken on the valid reports received from whistle blower(s) will be documented and where possible, steps will also be implemented to prevent similar incidences arising.
Updated on 30 March 2022
A. Personal Details of Whistle-Blower
|Staff No./IC No.
B. Information of Mercury Industries Berhad employee(s) involved in Improper Conduct
|Employee Name No. 1
|Employee Name No. 2
|Employee Name No. 3
C. Details of Improper Conduct
|Date of incident
|Time of incident
|Location of incident
|Details of improper conduct
|Details of witnesses (if any)