Whistleblower Channel

At Copperstone Resources, we are keen to comply with applicable laws and live by our guidelines. Therefore, we want to make it possible to detect and act on signals of possible irregularities within the company as early as possible. We hope that it will always feel natural to talk to us directly, but even for those who want to remain anonymous, it should be possible and easy to report problems. This is the purpose of our external whistleblower channel, which is a collaboration between Copperstone, Lantero and the law firm Dahlgren & Partners. The channel is primarily intended to capture serious deviations from law, code of conduct and the like. All reports are processed, but cases that are judged to be outside the system’s purpose can be handled according to other routines.

To make a report:

Fill in the form via the page: www.lantero.report/se/dlaw.

Alternatively, you can scan the QR code below with your mobile phone, it leads directly to the report page. Make sure that your phone is not connected to the company’s wifi to be able to report completely anonymously.

To guarantee your anonymity when reporting via computer, we recommend that you:

  1. Use a computer outside Copperstone Resources’ network. Web traffic from the company’s servers may be traceable.
  1. Copy and paste the registration link into your browser.

Received reports are investigated by Dahlgren & Partners. Feedback is given to Copperstone Resources’ CEO with suggestions for action or further handling.

The whistleblowing act

According to the Whistleblowing Act that applies from December 2021, it must be possible, in addition to organisations’ internal channels, to report suspicions of irregularities via external channels. Different authorities are responsible for different reporting areas and must make their own reporting channels available for this purpose. The responsibility for the law lies with the Ministry of Employment, which informs about which authorities are responsible for which area.