Are you compliant?

Secure and compliant whistleblowing.

All companies with over 50 employees in EU are required to have a whistleblowing system. With Huma, you can have everything in place within minutes.

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Customized to laws in the Norway, Sweden, Finland and EU


A secure and trustworthy platform where whistleblowers can opt for complete anonymity.


Automated management and tracking of all your cases


All your important information is gathered in one convenient location.

Everything you need to comply with the Whistleblower Act

Getting started is easy.

The law can be complex, but not the way you handle it. With Huma, getting started is 3 clicks away. Sign in. Create your own exchange portal. And choose who will handle matters with you.


A dedicated portal. All in one place.

Once your whistleblower portal is ready, you can share the link with those who need it; whether it's on your website, your intranet, or in your employee handbook.


Secure and anonymous reporting

Should a flag be raised? The person raising the alarm can choose to remain anonymous or not. The recipient of the whistleblowing alert will automatically receive a notification. And those with access will have a simple overview of the status and progress of all cases, both ongoing and completed.


Not only is it easy, but it's also completely free!

We strive to make it easy for small and medium-sized businesses to adapt to the law. We also believe that it should be free of charge. That's why we offer everything you need to comply with the regulations, completely free!

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The essential requirements to keep in mind

The Worker Protection Act regulates the requirements for notification. Here are three of the most important points that apply to employers in the nordics and EU:

All employees, including hired workers, have the right to report any inappropriate conditions in the workplace.

All employers with more than fifty employees* are required to have an internal channel and procedures for reporting that are easily accessible within their company.

* 5 employees in Norway

As an employer, you have a duty of diligence when it comes to a message. Simply put, this means that you are obligated to conduct thorough investigations within a reasonable timeframe.

Frequently Asked Questions and Answers

What is whistleblowing?

An employee report is a message that employees can send to report any violations of laws, injustices, or unethical practices in the workplace. This may include breaches of laws, regulations, or ethical guidelines.

Do I need a whistleblowing system?

Yes and no. According to the new whistleblowing directives within the EU, companies within the EU must have a warning system in place. This system should make it easy for employees to report concerns in a secure and confidential manner.

How do we guarantee anonymity?

To ensure the utmost anonymity within our warning system, companies must adhere to rigorous guidelines. This entails safeguarding the whistleblower's identity and ensuring the confidentiality of shared information. Whistleblowers should feel secure in knowing that they will not face retaliation for exposing injustices.

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Set up your whistleblowing system today.

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