Throughout the Stena Metall Group, we strive to make sure that all employees act responsibly and behave in accordance with the law and the values in our Code of Conduct. Employees are usually the first to notice something illegal going on or if the values in the Code of Conduct are being violated in a serious way.

If you notice something that violates the Stena Metall Code of Conduct, it is important that you report it.

These include any serious incidents that are against the law or infringements to the Code of Conduct and/or occurrences that may damage Stena and/or other individuals and organizations.

Anonymous reports may only be made in the event of criminal activity or incidents that are in violation of the Code of Conduct and that can have serious consequences for Stena and/or another party.

Examples of areas that can be reported are irregularities related to:

• Accounting, internal accounting control, auditing, bribery, money laundering or other financial crime.

• Public procurement law, competition law, transport safety, environmental protection, or personal data.

• Other misconduct contrary to law or regulation.

• Serious violations of the Stena Metall Code of Conduct.

The whistleblower system has separate whistleblower channels for all Stena Metall's Group companies with at least 250 employees. The applicable company is selected during report registration.


The whistleblower system is provided by an external party, WhistleB, NAVEX Global.

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You should first speak with your immediate supervisor. If this is not appropriate, contact your manager's manager or HR manager in your company.

If the above options are not considered possible, you can report to an external whistleblower service. Whistleblower messages can be registered openly or anonymously.

There are different ways to report a suspicion via the whistleblower service:

Option 1: Report in writing through the whistleblower system.

Option 2: Report verbally by calling the specified number for the group company concerned which is published in the whistleblower system.

Option 3: Report at a physical meeting by submitting a request for a physical meeting via the whistleblower system or by telephone.

To the whistleblowing service