EACOM

Whistleblower Policy

EACOM is committed to treat complaints about financial reporting, internal controls, its business dealings and any harassment and breach of the code of conduct and policies covered by EACOM’s Human Resources Health and Safety and Environmental Policy. Our Whistleblower Policy aims to:

  • cause violations regarding the above matters to be identified and dealt with before they can disrupt the business or operations of EACOM or lead to serious loss; and,
  • ensure that no employee or supplier should feel at a disadvantage in raising legitimate concerns regarding these matters.

Accordingly, this Policy establishes procedures for the submission of a complaint or concern by anyone regarding EACOM’s financial reporting, internal controls, its business dealings and harassments, with the reassurance that anyone bringing forward a complaint using this Policy’s guidelines will be protected from retaliation for whistleblowing in good faith.

WHO DOES THE POLICY COVER?

This Policy applies to all EACOM employees at all locations including all regular and temporary employees, to members of the Company’s Board of Directors and to independent supplier of EACOM, including sole proprietors, partnerships or those individuals providing services to EACOM through a corporation or other similar entity.

HOW TO REPORT SUSPICIOUS OR IMPROPER ACTIVITY

An employee or supplier who wishes to submit concerns regarding financial reporting, internal controls, EACOM’s business dealings, harassment or breach of code of conduct should do so, in writing, to the email address whistleblower@eacom.ca and should be clear that they are making a complaint pursuant to this Whistleblower Policy.

Alternatively, a complaint can be made by leaving a message at 1-833-941-2833 (toll free).

Emails and messages will be first reviewed by EACOM’s Chief Financial Officer to determine the necessary course of action.

A person designated by the Chief Financial Officer will communicate with you in a confidential manner.

WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF THE PROGRAM?

  • Assure whistleblowers that they can report wrongdoing in complete confidence and will be protected from retaliation.
  • Gather important information about violations and wrongdoing.

WHEN TO USE IT:

  • You have observed specific and credible facts concerning one or more potential violations or wrongdoing.
  • There is a real need for you to keep your identity confidential to avoid any retaliations.