Flint Group is committed to honest, ethical and legal business conduct.
The Flint Group Assurance Hotline provides a way for individuals to raise concerns about malpractice or possible violation of the law, ethics or company policies.
The Flint Group Assurance Hotline provides various channels through which integrity concerns can be raised without fear of reprisal. All matters are carefully reviewed and investigated with the highest discretion. All reports are handled confidentially.
Flint Group’s Integrity Assurance Hotline is a place you can go to report concerns about inappropriate business practices or possible violations of the law, ethics or company policies.
You can contact the Integrity Assurance Hotline with concerns such as:
Actual or suspected violations of the Flint Group Code of Conduct or company policy
Actual or suspected violations of the law
Health, safety & environmental infringements
You can make a report by phone or online via computer, laptop or tablet by clicking here.
Watch our training video on how to create a hotline report:
There is a section in the report where you may identify yourself if you wish.
Please note that if you decide to submit a report giving your data, these data shall be shared with Flint Group.
On such occasions, Flint Group dedicated administrators will process your personal data in a confidential manner. Rules on processing personal data by Flint Group can be found here.
In any case, related to the processing of personal data, you can contact the Flint Group Data Privacy team at firstname.lastname@example.org
If making a report by phone, you will be connected to a specialist call handler from an independent company. The call handler will ask you a number of questions and will guide you through the reporting process. If making a report online the online system will guide you through the reporting process.
Reporters will be given a private code by which they can revisit their report to view status updates and respond to questions from the Investigator. It is helpful for the reporter to revisit their report regularly. The reports are allocated to an independent investigator. All reports are handled confidentially.
As long as a report is made for good reason and in good faith, the reporter will be protected from retaliation.