About Whistleblowing

What Is Whistleblowing?

The term whistleblowing can be specified as raising an issue about an incorrect doing within an organization. The issue needs to be an authentic issue about a criminal activity, criminal offense, miscarriage of justice, threats to health and wellness and of the environment– And the conceal of any of these.

What Is a Whistleblower?

A whistleblower is a person who raises an issue about a misdeed in their office or within the NHS or social care setting.

If a person wants to raise their issues they need to get a copy of their organization’s whistleblowing policy and consult.

What Does It Mean?

If you see something within your office that you think is irresponsible, inappropriate or unlawful, then you need to report this to the appropriate individuals.

You need to not suffer any destructive treatment for doing soif you follow the right procedures.

What Is Not Whistleblowing?

Whistleblowing is not the like a problem.

Problems from service users, loved ones or agents would not be classified as whistleblowing. These would have to be raised using the service’s grievances treatment.

NHS and Social Care staff members that have grievances concerning pay, hours, bullying (unless as a direct outcome of whistleblowing) and general complaints would have to raise their grievances using their organization’s complaint treatment.

Whistleblowing can just describe circumstances that have occurred within a present or ex-office.