Deloitte Tohmatsu Risk Service Co., Ltd. (management ), a member of the Deloitte Tohmatsu Group*¹, is working to improve the effectiveness of its whistleblowing system in response to the revision of the Whistleblower Protection Act scheduled to come into force on June 1, 2022. We will start providing a whistleblower management system construction advisory service to support.
The revised Whistleblower Protection Act*2, which is scheduled to come into force on June 1, 2022, will require organizations with more than 300 employees to establish a whistleblowing system. However, according to a survey by Deloitte Tohmatsu, the percentage of people who do not know the revised Whistleblower Protection Act, including its contents, is 36.9%, indicating a lack of understanding. The Corporate Governance Code explicitly requires the establishment of a whistleblowing system for the purpose of protecting whistleblowers. Operation will be required.
In our whistleblowing management system construction advisory service, we provide the rules, procedure manuals, and dissemination necessary for companies to build an internal communication accuracy management system while complying with Article 11 Guidelines*3 and referring to ISO standards, which are international standards. We provide relevant template materials such as documents, report relay reports, and survey reports.
As a feature of the whistleblower management system construction advisory service, it is premised on the use of the whistleblower management system assessment sheet and the ISO37002⁴ standard table, verifying whether the system meets the Article 11 guidelines, and conducting WCMS⁵ examinations. Efficient comparison and verification with standards. In addition, the intellectual property rights of the assessment sheet⁶ and the ISO37002 standard sheet7 belong to other organizations, so they must be separately purchased in advance from authorized sellers.