Prosafe has established channels for the reporting of violations of Prosafe’s Code of Conduct or any other violations of conduct for directors, managers, employees and temporary staff. Prosafe personnel have an obligation to report such conduct to their immediate manager.
If Prosafe personnel are in doubt whether behaviour is unethical or not, they should raise this concern with their manager. If they feel that the matter cannot be discussed with their manager, the concern must be discussed with another senior manager, HR, the General Manager, or raised with Prosafe’s Ethics Committee.
All reports go to the Ethics Committee and are treated with strict confidentiality. Prosafe personnel can make the report anonymously. However, the company encourages them to provide some contact information to enable Prosafe to contact them for more details in cases where this is necessary in order to sufficiently investigate the case.
Concerns about possible breaches of Prosafe’s Code of Conduct can be reported to the Ethics Committee by:
- sending an email here
- posting a letter to: “Prosafe Ethics Committee”, Prosafe AS, PO Box 39 Forus , N-4064 Stavanger, Norway
All such reporting will be handled with discretion and in a professional manner, with no retaliation imposed on those who report suspected or unethical behaviour, and the individual may remain anonymous.