We take your feedback and concerns seriously and aim to improve continuously.
KONGSBERG considers it important for the development of the Group that employees provide feedback on matters perceived as positive as well as on matters perceived as negative. Such feedback will ordinarily be part of the ongoing dialogue between employee and employer in the continual process of making improvements. KONGSBERG aims to ensure that employees are taken seriously when they give feedback to their employer.
Raising concerns involves reporting circumstances of a more serious nature, e.g. infractions of the law. These routines provide a more detailed description of the procedure to be followed in connection with raising concerns.
KONGSBERG intends these guidelines to pave the way for and inform employees about the routines that apply when employees wish to report concerns about censurable conditions in KONGSBERG.
Raising concerns is governed by §2-4 and §2-5 of the Norwegian Working Environment Act. Pursuant to these provisions, employees have the right to report censurable conditions on the part of their employer as long as the notification is justified. Further, retaliation against persons who reports concerns is prohibited.
Our whistleblowing channel enables all employees of KONGSBERG, business partners and stakeholders to report any serious concerns or offenses in a confidential manner.