In every health and social care setting, there are to be policies and procedures on whistleblowing. The point of the whistleblowing policy is to provide the individual in work with protection against exploitation or any other illegality.
Reporting a concern about a risk, illegality or wrongdoing at work, in the interest of the public, is called whistleblowing.
This should be a normal thing to do and shouldn’t come as a shock to people as it is a vital part of people’s day-to-day work. This is because they reflect on their professional practice and work to improve their service. Managers are provided with a chance to rectify things before any kind of disaster occurs, with the early warning system that’s in place known as whistleblowing.