DFDS introduces whistleblower system

DFDS Compliance Line is the name of a new independent website which employees and customers can use if they feel that DFDS has committed serious violations of rules, legislation etc.

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Starting May 8th, DFDS has implemented a whistleblower system, The DFDS Compliance Line, in the form of an independent website that employees, customers and others can use if they feel that DFDS has violated a law, regulation, certain parts of the Code of Conduct or committed other serious unlawful practices, according to DFDS' newsletter.

The website can be used so that people can securely report problems, which they do not feel they are able to inform their boss or contact person at DFDS about.

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