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Heimstaden has a long-term focus on a sustainable mindset - dedicated to ensuring that irregularities that can seriously harm the company, our employees, customers or other stakeholders should be investigated as soon as possible.

Our whistleblowing function enables anonymous reporting of irregularities that are contrary to current legislation. All cases are received and handled by an external party – 2Secure. You can read more about Heimstaden’s whistleblowing function in our Whistleblowing policy.

Read our Whistleblowing policy


Who can be reported?

Reporting may only refer to serious irregularities committed by persons in key positions or in the company or group management, such as:

  • An irregularity that is against the law
  • An irregularity where the disclosure is in the public interest


How do I report an irregularity?

Registration can be made in writing via the website or orally by phone at +46 771 77 99 77. You can be anonymous. If you want to have a personal meeting, it can be requested on the above-mentioned website. When registering, you are assigned a unique case number and password, which must be saved in order for you to actively log in to the website, monitor the registration and communicate with the administrator at 2Secure.


What should I add to the report?

The more information you can provide, the better. If possible, specify the time of the event (s), a description of what you have observed in as much detail as possible, and any knowledge of previous related incidents.


What happens next?

Once a report has been registered, it is processed by experienced administrators at 2Secure who contact Heimstaden’s primary contact person/s. If the primary contact person is the subject of the notification, another person on the contact list will be informed.


You can feel safe!

Heimstaden takes personal integrity very seriously. Click here to learn more about how your personal data is protected.


External whistleblowing channels and statutory information protection

If you want to notify an external authority or learn more about statutory information protection, visit our local websites or our global whistleblowing policy for more information.