Protection Policy Launch

Pwani Oil is committed to maintaining the highest standards of conduct in the fulfillment of its vision and mission. As a responsible market leader, it is important to keep communication lines open and most importantly transparent at all times. It is for this reason that we have launched the Pwani Ongea communication platform where all stakeholders and employees have the opportunity to give feedback about their experiences with the organisation.

Pwani Ongea is an independent whistleblowing protection policy which allows its staff and stakeholders alike an opportunity to raise concerns about any improprieties. Through this web portal platform, any person in direct contact with Pwani staff or extended parties can log on and report on any misgivings https://pwani.ongea.io.

This policy is designed to offer protection to those employees and stakeholders who disclose concerns made in good faith. The company also guarantees that such disclosures are treated in a confidential and sensitive manner. The identity of any report will be made confidential as the company seeks ways and means of investigating and resolving the reported case.

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  1. Catherine Omanyo - August 29, 2018 at 10:59 pm Reply

    Hi,thank you for creating jobs and producing good stuff,i however struggle with the advertisement done by the comedian about your soap that washes better,that has “vingarishi” whitewash extra stuff….The guy clearly fights women in his utterances that he struggles with equality issues,that women get all good stuff. On behalf of women in Kenya and beyond,we love our sons,husbands and dads and wouldn’t like to be seen in his specs as part of gender that is too demanding,going for all good stuff and leaving out the men .I would love him to change his language…wether men or women,we are in this world to compliment each other and not outdo each other.It is a win-win. I guess the clothes being washed are not just for the “woman”

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