• AKPK’s Whistleblowing Policy is aimed at achieving and maintaining high standards of conduct at work, openness and accountability.

  • Employees and stakeholders, including suppliers are encouraged to report genuine concerns about any misconduct without fear of reprisals should they act in good faith.

  • Whistleblowers are encouraged to put their names to allegations because relevant follow-up enquiry and investigation may not be possible unless the source of information is identified.

  • AKPK will take all reasonable steps to protect the whistleblower against any discrimination, retaliation or harassment. Party that retaliates against someone who has reported a wrongdoing in good faith may be subject to appropriate action, up to and including legal action, where applicable.

  • If the subsequent investigation reveals that the disclosure was made with malicious intent, appropriate action will be taken against the whistleblower.

  • ‘Misconduct’ means any unethical behaviour, malpractice, illegal act or failure to comply with AKPK’s policy and procedures, including but not limited to:
    1. Concerns about AKPK’s accounting treatments, internal controls or auditing matters
    2. Impropriety, corruption, act of fraud and theft
    3. Misuse of AKPK’s property, assets or resources
    4. Conduct which is an offence or miscarriage of law
    5. Abuse of power of authority
    6. Gross mismanagement within AKPK
    7. Serious conflict of interest without disclosure

  • A whistleblower may report his/ her concerns to the following designated officers:
    1. Chief Executive Officer of AKPK @ ceo@akpk.org.my
    2. Chairman of AKPK’s Board Audit Committee @ acchairman@akpk.org.my
    3. Chairman of AKPK’s Board of Directors @ chairman@akpk.org.my

  • A misconduct can be also reported by submitting the Whistleblowing Incident Report Form (WIRF) with the designated officer. The sample of the WIRF is appended in the Appendix.