Working on Fire aims for accountability with its Ethics Line

24 August, 2020
Accountability is key to Working on Fire’s continued success. To ensure that accountability is upheld, Working on Fire ascribes to an external service provider in terms of reporting fraudulent and unethical behaviour or activities.Working on Fire is committed to serving the greater good. Through its various operations – the offering of high quality Integrated Fire Management (IFM) products, services and solutions – it demonstrates passion, innovation and dedication to empowering people, protecting properties and safeguarding the environment.Working on Fire knows that, in order to maintain this high standard throughout its operations, it needs to be responsible and accountable in its dealings. In fact, accountability is one of the key values that drives Kishugu forward: Accountability, Teamwork, Excellence, Adaptability and Making a Difference.To support these efforts, Working on Fire makes available a free and anonymous Ethics Line to all its Stakeholders. This management tool enables concerned employees, partners, suppliers etc., associated with Working on Fire and its Expanded Public Works Programme, to anonymously report any fraudulent, corrupt and unethical practices to an independent third party – Whistle Blowers (Pty) Ltd – and by doing so, help protect the integrity of the organisation.Whistle Blowers has a 24-hour service, every day of the year and their agents are well able to assist you with any concerning matter. They promise to protect your identity by keeping your calls safe, secure and anonymous. To contact Whistle Blower, you can make use of any of the following platforms: 
Phone:             0800 111 528
Email:              wof@whistleblowing.co.za
SMS:                33490
Website:          www.whistleblowing.co.za
 

Through this management tool, Working on Fire aims to remain an honest and transparent company; a company you can trust.

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