Integrity is central to Northvolt and we want to do what is right.
Since whistleblowing is the most important source of insight for revealing possible misconduct, Northvolt encourages all employees and other stakeholders to make a whistleblowing report if they suspect misconduct.
We all have a responsibility for acting in an ethically correct manner and for letting the appropriate people know if someone is acting in breach of Northvolt’s Code of Conduct or any law or regulation.
Antitrust violations, fraud and corruption are examples of issues that should be reported. It may also relate to serious forms of discrimination or harassments.
As an employee, we primarily encourage you to:
- Contact your manager or your manager’s supervisor
- Contact HR, Legal, Finance or Compliance
- A report can also be submitted via the third-party whistleblower communication channel WhistleB where you can choose to remain anonymous
Note: Matters that are related to employment, working environment and performance should be referred to your manager, your manager’s superior or HR. Matters that are related to Health & Safety should be reported in the TIA tool or your HSE site team member. Matters that are related to Quality should be reported in the in the reporting tools for quality matters or to a Quality team member.
For our stakeholders: You can also use the external whistleblowing WhistleB*.
Read more in the Whistleblowing Guideline.