SETAC is committed to high standards of scientific, ethical, moral and legal business conduct. In line with this commitment, SETAC requires SETAC governance members, employees, members, volunteers and guests to adhere to high standards of personal and professional ethics in the conduct of their duties and responsibilities.
Consistent with SETAC commitment to open communication, this policy aims to provide an avenue for anyone to raise concerns so that SETAC can address and correct inappropriate conduct and actions. Further, this policy provides such individuals reassurance that SETAC will endeavor to protect them from any reprisals or victimization for whistleblowing.
Download a copy of the SETAC Whistleblower Policy, Problem Resolution SOP and reporting form.
Concerns covered under this whistleblowing policy include:
- Activities (including those in our program, at our events, or in our services or those involving our members) that are not in line with SETAC policies, including the SETAC Code of Ethics, SETAC Code of Conduct and SETAC Principles and Values, as well as violations of policies and agreements such as the Conflict of Interest Policy and Confidentiality Agreement
- Incorrect financial reporting
- Unlawful activity