Client Rights

Client Rights

Whistleblower Policy

SCIA is committed to the highest standards of legal, ethical and moral behaviour; and believes that a transparent Whistleblower Policy is pivotal to good risk management and corporate governance. SCIA supports a positive culture which encourages the disclosure of wrongdoing by ensuring that whistleblowers are confident that they will be protected and supported.

To ensure that an eligible whistleblower has access to best practice whistleblower systems and expertise, SCIA encourages all disclosures to be made to a third party whistleblower service. To this extent SCIA has appointed an external independent Whistleblower service – Your Call – to manage any disclosures that occur. Your Call is a highly reputable company who are expert in providing whistleblower solutions to organisations like SCIA. Your Call receives and reviews any disclosure, then act as the conduit between the discloser and SCIA to ensure that a disclosure is properly attended to.

SCIA’s Whistleblower Policy and Whistleblower Procedure detail who can make and receive a disclosure, what a disclosable matter is, how to make a disclosure and how a disclosure will be handled.

To assist you, we have provided the following Your Call Guide to making an Online Report .

To make a report, simply visit the Your Call website, using the Organisation ID: SCIA, or call their Hotline number on 1300 790 228 (Hours of operation: 9am-12am AEST Monday to Friday excluding public holidays.)