Whistle-blowing Policy

In an effort to strengthen corporate processes and practices, JurongHealth Fund (“JHF”) has adopted a Whistle-blowing Policy to provide a platform to receive any concerns or reports of possible irregularities or wrongdoings that involve JHF’s staff and/or partners.

Possible irregularities or wrongdoings include but are not limited to the following:

  • Corruption; 
  • Misappropriation of funds, assets or information;
  • Wilful destruction of assets and records;
  • Impropriety in the handling or reporting of donations, grants or financial transactions;
  • Non-compliance of the Charities Act and/or regulatory requirements;
  • Conduct amounting to an offence or breach of law; and
  • Any other unethical or improper practices.

Protection of Whistle-blower’s Identity

The whistle-blowing hotline is managed by an independent third party. Whistle-blowers are encouraged to provide their identity when reporting a case or incident. A whistle-blower’s identity shall be handled with the strictest confidence.

How to Raise a Concern or Make a Report

You may use any of the following channels to raise a concern or make a report of any misconduct, negligence and/or improper activity or incidence:

Email mohh.gia.whistleblow@mohh.com.sg
Postal Address Group Internal Audit, Forensic
MOH Holdings Pte Ltd
1 Maritime Square #11-25
Harbourfront Centre Singapore 099253
Attention: Whistle-blowing Hotline for MOH Holdings Pte Ltd

To enable JHF to effectively investigate your concerns, the following information should be provided, where possible:

  • Your name and contact details;
  • Name(s) of person(s) involved;
  • Date, time and location of the incident;
  • Details of the alleged misconduct, negligence and/or improper activity or incident that occurred;
  • Evidence and witnesses' details; and
  • Any other relevant details.