Whistleblowing occurs when an employee or worker provides certain types of information, to the employer/organisation, which has come to their attention through work. The whistleblower is usually not directly, personally affected by the danger or illegality, although they may be. Whistleblowing is therefore 'making a disclosure in the public interest' and occurs when a worker raises a concern about risks, dangerous practices or illegality that affects others, for example our clients or deployed staff. Captain Alok has introduced a clear policy and procedure which is in place for dealing with the raising of issues. Additionally, Alphard Maritime are committed to reducing the risk of whistleblower discrimination and help prevent serious concerns of information or claims being mishandled, whether by the employee or by the organisation. Alphard Maritime, as a mature organisation invites engagement at all levels to our Whistleblowing Policies. It is also important for all parties to understand that there will be no adverse repercussions for raising cases with the organisation. Alphard Maritime will engage with all parties from clients, suppliers, employees and any person effected to investigate disclosures in an open, transparent manner compliant to regulatory requirements.

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