Fraud Prevention

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At Hammond Pole we are guided by our company values. These values are the foundation of how we conduct ourselves and interact with each other, our clients, members, suppliers, shareholders and other stakeholders. The Company is committed to ensuring corporate compliance and promoting ethical corporate culture by observing the highest standards of fair dealing, honesty and integrity in our business activities.


The Company encourages the reporting of any instances of suspected unethical, illegal, corrupt, fraudulent or undesirable conduct involving the Company’s business and provides protections and measures to individuals who make a disclosure in relation to such conduct without fear of victimisation or reprisal.


We urge you to lodge a report if you have reasonable grounds to believe that a Company director, officer, employee, contractor, supplier, consultant or other person who has business dealings with the Company has engaged in conduct (Reportable Conduct) which is:

  • Dishonest, fraudulent or corrupt;
  • Illegal (such as theft, dealing in or use of illicit drugs, violence or threatened violence and criminal damage to property);
  • Unethical including any breach of the Company’s policies such as the Code of Conduct; Oppressive or grossly negligent;
  • Potentially damaging to the Company, its employees or a third party; Misconduct or an improper state of affairs;
  • A danger or represents a danger to the public or financial system; Harassment, discrimination, victimisation or bullying;


Any disclosures that do not fall within the definition of Reportable Conduct, will not qualify for protection under the Act. It will be at the Company’s discretion whether it considers there is a reasonable suspicion that the Reportable Conduct is occurring and/or whether the conduct constitutes “misconduct or improper state of affairs” under the Act.

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