Whistleblowing & Anti-Fraud
Whistleblower Protection Policies and Anti-Fraud Policies
The Employees Provident Fund (EPF) has implemented both Whistleblower Protection and Anti-Fraud Policies in the organisation as part of its staunch efforts at combating fraud and wrongdoings.
Members' Identities Are Protected
The Whistleblower Protection Policy will protect individuals who intend to report fraudulent cases or wrongdoings.
The identities of members who reveal the information will be protected and they can deal directly with the relevant authority based on the position in the EPF of the suspected individuals who have committed the wrongdoings.
In this policy, reports can be made on any individuals who are related to the EPF, if suspected of involvement in fraudulent cases or wrongdoings. Any fraudulent or wrongdoing cases that have been reported will be investigated under the EPF Act 1991 and related laws.
Making A Report
The Whistleblowing & Anti-Fraud channels are as follows:
To ensure that the investigation is conducted efficiently and effectively, the following information must be provided:
The main criteria for the report is the true information based on evidence and does not involve the personal interests of any parties.
Updated: 19 June 2015
Reviewed: 13 April 2017