International Medical Corps works to the highest standards of integrity. We have a zero tolerance approach to all forms of fraud, bribery, and corruption.
International Medical Corps and Ethics and Compliance
To support this zero tolerance approach and to provide assurance that the International Medical Corps’ ethical standards contained in its Code of Conduct & Ethics are upheld, the International Medical Corps’ Committee for Compliance, Audit and Risk Management, a committee of the Board of Directors, has appointed Cornelis Klumper as its Chief Audit & Compliance Officer to ensure that International Medical Corps has a living, effective compliance program.
The International Medical Corps Ethics and Compliance Department helps make sure that International Medical Corps, its employees, directors, officers, consultants, suppliers and other business partners respect and uphold the standards in its Code of Conduct & Ethics, as well as the legal, regulatory and donor requirements under which we operate. The Ethics and Compliance Department receives reports of suspected violations and investigates them as appropriate. It emphasizes throughout the organization the importance of ethics and compliance and International Medical Corps’ non-retaliation policy that protects anyone who makes a good faith report of any suspected misconduct.
International Medical Corps’ Chief Internal & Compliance Officer reports directly to International Medical Corps’ Board of Directors Compliance, Audit and Risk Committee, as well as to the President & CEO and can be contacted at [email protected]
Reporting and Whistleblowing
Anyone, including members of the general public, who suspects that International Medical Corps, or any of its employees, directors, officers, consultants, suppliers, or other business partners, is not respecting or upholding any part of the International Medical Corps standards in its Code of Conduct & Ethics is encouraged to report the matter to [email protected] or to use the anonymous reporting hotline at https://secure.ethicspoint.com/domain/media/en/gui/29929/index.html
International Medical Corps actively encourages its employees to speak up, and it has a policy that prohibits any retaliation against any employee making a good faith report of suspected unlawful or unethical conduct.