KYOCERA is committed to fostering a culture of ethical behaviour and corporate governance. Kyocera will not tolerate any corrupt, unlawful, unethical and/or improper conduct by Kyocera Personnel nor will Kyocera condone any act of victimisation or act in detriment against individual who intends to report or who has reported on such conduct.
Recent amendments to the Australian legislation has introduced numerous protections for whistleblowers and imposed obligations on businesses.
KYOCERA complies with all of these recent legislative changes. KYOCERA has implemented a Whistleblower Protection Policy which details the scope, protections available and process by which Reports can be made to KYOCERA. A person who is a KYOCERA eligible whistleblower and makes a disclosure in accordance with KYOCERA’s Whistleblowing Protection Policy will be entitled to all protection under the legislations.
KYOCERA has implemented a Modern Slavery Prevention Policy which details the procedures KYOCERA is taking to minimise its modern slavery risks. Under the Policy, all employees are responsible for reporting modern slavery risks. These risks may be reported via a Whistleblower Report.
To make a Whistleblower Report please answer the answering the following questions. Please note that unless you choose to provide your email address, this Report will remain anonymous. You can also make a Report by other means. For details, please refer to the Kyocera Whistleblower Protection Policy: