Environmental, Social and Governance


Whistleblowing refers to the act of an individual who exposes or brings to light illegal, unethical, or fraudulent activities within an organisation. This can include reporting on issues such as corruption, environmental violations, human rights abuses, or other forms of wrongdoing. Whistleblowers may choose to make their disclosures internally within the organisation or externally to the media, government agencies, or other relevant authorities.

Whistleblowing can be a difficult and risky decision for the whistleblower, as it often involves going against powerful interests and may result in negative consequences such as retaliation, harassment, or even job loss. However, whistleblowers can play a crucial role in holding organisations and individuals accountable for their actions and in promoting transparency, accountability, and justice.

At SeaBird Exploration, we value transparency and honesty, and believe that effective communication is vital to our success. To ensure that all individuals feel comfortable reporting any serious wrongdoing, failing, or unacceptable practices, we have developed a Whistle-blower procedure. This procedure offer direction to anyone who feels the need to speak up and report any behavior or situation that violates legal obligations, our Code of Conduct, or any other SeaBird Exploration policies or guidelines. Anyone can make a report using our email: whistle@sbexp.com. Any report will be treated anonymously.

We want to make it clear that SeaBird Exploration and its representatives will not retaliate against any employee or individual who makes a disclosure. We are proud to say that in 2022, we received no whistleblowing reports.