Ethics & Compliance promotes a values and ethics based culture that is aligned with the Code of Conduct, Conflict of Interest Bylaw, and Whistleblower Policy.
People who have concerns about wrongdoing at AHS can report them to AHS. The Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer is the designated officer for AHS under the Public Interest Disclosure (Whistleblower Protection) Act.
Wrongdoing can be reported as follows:
If you are a member of the AHS workforce, contact your manager. If you wish to report confidentially, email email@example.com.
If you are a member of the public, confidentially contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The AHS Code of Conduct outlines principles that guide our actions, based on our AHS Cares values.
The Conflict of Interest Bylaw guides how AHS representatives can address situations where they may have competing interests or loyalties. Real, perceived or potential conflicts of interest should be disclosed to AHS. Disclosure helps build public trust and encourages fairness in decision-making.
The following ethics courses are available for non-AHS employees such as contractors doing business with AHS.Important – AHS staff must complete these eLearning modules on MyLearningLink (accessible on Insite), to obtain proof of course completion for Required Organizational Learning (ROL),
For questions or technical assistance with the modules, email email@example.com.
Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer
9th Floor, Southport Tower
10301 Southport Lane SW
Calgary, Alberta T2W 1S7
Confidential Safe Disclosure Line: 1-800-661-9675
This dedicated phone number connects callers to an external 24/7 confidential reporting and disclosure service engaged by AHS to receive reports of improper activity.