Whistleblower Policy


inc GST

Since 1 July 2019, the whistleblower protections in the Corporations Act 2001 have been expanded to provide greater protections for whistleblowers.

If you are a company that falls within one of the below categories, then you are required to have a whistleblower policy in place by 1 January 2020.
  • public companies;
  • large proprietary companies;
  • trustees of registrable superannuation entities.

If you do not fall within the above categories, but are a company or a licensee, you may still wish to put a policy in place as a matter of good practice.

What's included?

Once payment is received, the policy is delivered via email as a downloadable file in Word document format, together with a tax invoice. 

*This policy will not comply with the regulatory requirements if it is not correctly tailored to your particular business and kept up-to-date.  Compact - Compliance & Training is not responsible for the tailoring and implementation or upkeep of each policy once purchased by the licensee.  Compact - Compliance & Training can assist you tailor these documents.  The first step towards keeping your polices up-to-date is to subscribe to our tailored monthly regulatory update service, T-REX.  The content of each polices will vary depending on legislative and policy changes and updates, as well as the nature of the licensee.  This policy is current on the date of purchase.  Whilst every care is taken in their preparation, Compact - Compliance & Training makes no representation that these documents are fit for your particular purpose, and accepts no responsibility for any loss or damage or cost incurred as a result of their use.  Compact - Compliance & Training takes no responsibility for formatting or other errors resulting from software errors, defects, incompatibility or viruses.

**This policy is only organisational.  It does not address financial reporting and financial auditing requirements.

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