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Whistleblower Policy

Collgar is committed to maintaining the highest standards of conduct, accountability and ethical behaviour in all its business activities, and promotes and supports an environment where employees and stakeholders have absolute trust and confidence that Collgar is behaving honestly and with integrity.

The Whistleblower Policy forms part of Collgar’s risk management and governance framework and is an important tool for identifying and deterring wrongdoing. Collgar encourages the reporting of any instances of suspected unethical, illegal, fraudulent, suspicious, improper or undesirable conduct.

All reports are treated confidentially and Collgar offers several channels for making a report, as documented in the company’s Whistleblower Policy.

View our Policy here:

Collgar is committed to identifying, assessing, and addressing Modern Slavery risks in our operations and supply chain.

We understand this is key to running a sustainable business, and respecting human rights forms an integral part of Collgar’s core values. These values are at the centre of our business operations and long-term strategic planning.

Guided by our Modern Slavery Policy, we will continue to work closely with our suppliers and stakeholders to identify, manage and mitigate Modern Slavery risks into the future.

Collgar is taking a continuous improvement approach to our Modern Slavery risk management program, which we expect to evolve over time as we, and the business community learn more about the risks of Modern Slavery.

View our 2021 Modern Slavery Statement here:

Modern Slavery

Privacy Policy

Protecting your privacy is very important to us. This policy sets out how Collgar collects and processes your personal information. It also sets out your rights in relation to the personal information we hold about you. If you have questions about this policy, please contact Collgar at enquiries@collgar.com.au .

 

View our Policy here: