Terms and conditions of use
The use of this whistleblower service is available for employees, suppliers, consultants, customers and similar agents of our clients (”Client”) in accordance with every Client's whistleblower policy. When you use White Paper Advisors Sweden AB's (”WPA”) whistleblower service, Trumpet (”Trumpet”), the following applies.
The use of Trumpet
Trumpet may be used to report serious improprieties connected to someone in the Client's management, or another key person in the Client's organisation, who relates to:
- internal accounting controls,
- fighting bribery
- banking and financial crimes,
- endangerment to life and health, or
- the Client's vital interests, such as serious environmental crimes, major deficiencies in workplace safety, and very serious forms of discrimination and harassment.
Due to current legislation, personal data that relate to serious improprieties that are not committed by anyone within the Client's management or any other key person in the Client's organisation will not be processed. For a closer description of who belongs to the Client's management, or is in any other way a key person in the Client's organisation, as well as how a whistleblower case is handled, we refer you to the Client's website and/or whistleblower policy.
Please note that we will communicate with you via Trumpet should we need to ask you some follow up questions, or inform you of any updates to the case. This can be done completely anonymously.
Handling of personal data
WPA will process the information and personal data that you submit to Trumpet. This will be conducted on behalf of the Client, and in accordance with the Client's instructions. This also applies to your personal data, should you choose to disclose your identity to the Client. For more information on how the Client processes your personal data, we refer you to the Client's personal data policy and whistleblower policy.
Should you choose to remain completely anonymous, neither WPA nor the Client will be able to obtain or process your personal data.
Should you choose to remain anonymous to the Client but disclose your identity to WPA's case worker, WPA or WPA's case worker will not provide the Client with any details about you. In such a case, WPA will be responsible for your personal data until you actively choose to disclose your identity to the Client.
Your personal data will only be processed with your consent, which you can choose to give in connection with submitting your personal data. The purpose of the processing of your personal data is to handle the complaint that you submit, to contact you should any further examination of the circumstances you have reported be needed, and to inform you of any updates to the case.
Should you wish for WPA to stop processing your personal data, in the case that you are anonymous to the Client, you can contact WPA's data protection agent via email: firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about your rights, and how WPA processes your personal data when you choose to remain anonymous to the Client, click here to read WPA's personal data policy, see especially section 2.5.