Complaints that count as whistleblowing
You’re protected by law if you report any of the following:
- a criminal offence, for example fraud
- someone’s health and safety is in danger
- risk or actual damage to the environment
- a miscarriage of justice
- the company is breaking the law, for example does not have the right insurance
- you believe someone is covering up wrongdoing
Complaints that do not count as whistleblowing
Personal grievances (for example bullying, harassment, discrimination) are not covered by whistleblowing law, unless your particular case is in the public interest and should be raised through the normal grievance or complaints procedures.
For whistleblowing concerns (relating to the practice and procedure of Suffolk Mind) please contact our Chair of Trustees confidentially on 07595 086141. Please note, this is not a crisis help or support line and may not be answered immediately.