The whistleblowing channel provides all employees and external stakeholders with a secure confidential location to report violations of laws, human rights grievances, our governing elements and internal policies.

NorSea Group whistleblowing channel
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Highest Ethical Standards

We endorse the highest ethical standards and hold a strong commitment to achieving the right results the right way. Therefore, it is important that we have a channel where whistleblowers are protected and possible violations can be reported and dealt with as quickly as possible.

Regardless of the outcome of the case, a person reporting in good faith may not be disadvantaged in any way as a result of a report of a possible compliance violation.

What to Report?

All employees or third parties with whom the group has a business relationship, may at any time file a complaint or report circumstances that suggest compliance violations.

Reporting may be linked to:

Reporting Process and Anonymity

All complaints received will be taken seriously and will be handled in an appropriate manner.

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All submissions are made via a secure online form operated and monitored by BDO AS. When reporting a violation, you have the option to remain anonymous. However, it will be easier to conduct an investigation if you report your identity. If you choose to remain anonymous when reporting, the system guarantees that your identity is hidden for NorSea. Your report will initially be handled by the NorSea Compliance Manager, who will subsequently involve relevant parties in the investigation as required. All submissions will be handled with confidentiality.

Report a compliance breach:

NorSea Group whistleblowing channel