The whistleblower has viewing access to the observation he/she has reported using the whistleblower credentials that were generated when the observation was reported.

The whistleblower can see:

  • Their own reported whistleblowing observation, as well as all follow-up questions that are answered. This includes all the information provided in answers, as well as attachments and images.

  • Observation status and assignees.

  • Comments provided to the observation. The whistleblower may also comment on the observation.

  • The activity log, view any and all changes, additions and omissions made to this whistleblowing observation. The name of the person making a change will be recorded in the activity log.

The whistleblower cannot see:

  • Observation participant list. Only the assignees names' are readily provided, but any participant making a change to the observation will have their name recorded in the activity log for the whistleblower to see.

  • Linked observations. The whistleblower cannot see any observations that have been linked to this observation.

What it looks like

Below is an example of the credentials that are generated after a whistleblowing observation has been reported.

Using these credentials the whistleblower may log in to and monitor the observation.

Once logged in the whistleblower can view their own report, monitor the follow-up progress, view the activity log and communicate with the case handlers/investigators anonymously. Below is an example of what can be seen by the whistleblower.

The whistleblower may communicate with the investigators anonymously through using the whistleblower credentials.

The whistleblower may not edit, add or remove anything from the observation once it has been reported, he/she can only view the observation and provide comments. The whistleblower cannot see any linked observations.

Depending on your settings the whistleblower may be able to attach files and images to the observation and in the comments.

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