BC PIDA Compliance Management Solutions
The PIDA legislation provides a framework for employees to report specific misconduct without reprisal, but this alone isn’t enough. It’s your responsibility to implement the necessary tools and guidelines to ensure your employees know how to report misconduct, and that your compliance team knows what to do with that information. Doing this on your own can be costly and time consuming, which is why businesses continue to turn towards third-party whistleblowing case management solutions.
Learn more about our Ethics Reporting Hotlines
Get the Tools You Need for BC PIDA Compliance
British Columbia has unique Whistleblowing laws and regulations. Under the Public Interest Disclosure Act (PIDA) passed on December 1, 2019, employees in the public sector are legally protected when making reports of unethical or unlawful activity to their supervisor or a designated officer. PIDA prohibits any retaliation against employees who speak up, and in the event that an employee faces a reprisal, the BC Ombudsperson will conduct an independent investigation and hold the organization accountable for their actions.
With Our IntegrityCounts Program:
Here's what some of our clients think about our product and services.
Elise Rees, Independent Board Director
Great Panther Silver Limited
“Having an independent route for people working in the field to voice their concerns and to highlight issues they think are there is incredibly important.”
Bob Gayton, Independent Director
“I certainly would recommend WhistleBlower Security than anybody, and I have, and this is not just for local people, this is for people all over the world.”