Global Reporting Options
The Whistleblower Service is available 24 hours a day, 365 days
a year. You can report suspected misconduct – anonymously if you choose – in either of the following ways:
To report by phone in your local
language - click here
To raise a concern online or using a web form in your local language - click here
Welcome to Amcor’s Whistleblower Service
At Amcor, our commitment to ethical practices and honest relationships is an important reason our co-workers, customers, suppliers and other stakeholders choose to work with us.
Our Core Values define how, as Amcor co-workers, we behave. Our Core Values outline the characteristics that our customers and other stakeholders can expect from us and our Code of Conduct sets out the behavioural standards expected of all of us.
We take pride in doing the right thing.
The Whistleblower Service
The Amcor Whistleblower Service is available for all co-workers, customers, contractors, principal suppliers and other third parties as a means to report concerns or anything you see or suspect that constitutes:
• Fraud (theft or accounting irregularities)
• Bribery/ corruption
• Unethical/ illegal behaviour
• Conflicts of interest
• Breaches of safety and environmental policies or regulations
In some instances, due to variations in local law, restrictions may apply to your right to remain anonymous or the type of concern you can raise. When you raise your concern either by phone or online you will be informed of any restrictions that may apply. In the event that you are unable to submit a report due to its nature, you should contact a member of the Whistleblower Committee (Group General Counsel, EVP Human Resources or VP Group Internal Audit) who will maintain your confidentiality at all times.
Amcor’s Whistleblower Service is provided by an independent third-party called “NAVEX Global”. NAVEX Global is a leading provider of Whistleblower Services to many multi-national companies.
Amcor has a Whistleblower Policy that outlines the purpose of the service and details how co-workers will be supported if they raise concerns.
Reporting a Concern
The process of reporting a concern:
• When you raise your concern (via either channel) you will be provided with information regarding the ability to remain anonymous.
• The information you provide is sent to the Whistleblower Committee which is made up of senior representatives from Group Legal, HR and Internal Audit.
• The Whistleblower Committee will determine the appropriate response and in most cases refer the matter for investigation by the relevant Business Group.
• All cases are reported to Amcor’s Board of Directors.
• Reports are handled promptly and discreetly.
Questions and Answers:
Q. Can I be identified if I lodge my concern anonymously?
A. No. Amcor’s Whistleblower Service is hosted by an independent third-part provider on systems that Amcor cannot access. There is no way for Amcor to determine what phone numbers, emails or associated IP addresses have been used in reporting cases to the service.
Q. What happens if I lose my ‘confirmation number’ or password?
A. The ‘confirmation number’ is a unique identifier for each concern raised. If you misplace your number or password, a new one cannot be provided for security reasons. You will need to create a new case and repeat the details of the concern.
Report by phone
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