UNF is committed to providing a safe, secure and ethical work place. Effective ethics is a team effort involving the participation and support of every employee.
As a member of the UNF Osprey Community, you have a responsibility to voice fraud, compliance and ethics concerns.
To help you voice concerns, UNF has engaged Lighthouse Services Inc., a third party hotline provider, to ensure the safe, secure and anonymous reporting of activities which may involve misconduct, fraud, abuse, and other violations of UNF policies.
Website: LIghthouse website (www.lighthouse-services.com/unf)
Phone English: (844) 401-0004
Phone Spanish: (800) 216-1288
E Mail: Email Lighthouse email@example.com (must include UNF name with the report)
Fax: (215) 689-3885 (must include UNF name with fax).
UNF management does not condone and prohibits retaliatory action against anyone who reports or inquires, in good faith about potential breaches of UNF policies.
DO NOT USE THIS SITE TO REPORT EVENTS PRESENTING AN IMMEDIATE THREAT TO LIFE OR PROPERTY. IF YOU REQUIRE EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE PLEASE DIAL 911.
Reports submitted through this service may not receive an immediate response.
Professionally trained staff from Lighthouse will take your information, by phone, fax or email and compile into a report for the Triage Workgroup to review. Reports to the UNF Ethics Hotline can be made in the following ways:
Toll Free Hotline: (844) 401-0004 (English) or (800) 216-1288 (Spanish)
Fax: (215) 689-3885 (make sure to include UNF's name in the report).
Web: Lighthouse Services link
E Mail: Lighthouse email address (make sure to include UNF's name in the report).
The outside contractor (Lighthouse) sends the report to the UNF Hotline Triage Workgroup:
Julia Hann - Internal Auditing (administrator)
Joann Campbell - Compliance
Greg Catron - Human Resources
John Reis - General Counsel
Cheryl Gonzalez - Equal Opportunity & Diversity.
The Triage Workgroup will evaluate your report and determine the most appropriate means for handling the issue.
The Triage Workgroup can update the Lighthouse system, if there are additional questions. Lighthouse will provide you with a reference number that you will need to check the status of you report or when the issue is closed.
Fiscal misconduct and related activities should be reported. This can include, but is not limited to, a broad range of concerns of financial misuse, workplace safety, regulatory compliance, information technology abuse and/or medical research concerns. Examples of serious issues that might be reported include (but are not limited to) theft and embezzlement, unsafe working conditions, violations of University policy and violations of the law.
Misuse, mismanagement or misappropriate of funds, supplies or any other asset (including equipment). Accounting irregularities, fraud, theft, donor stewardship, or other financial issues.
Regulatory/research and Compliance
Concerns related to grants or research, falsification of documents or reports, athletics and violations of local, state, federal or other regulations.
Risk and Safety
Unsafe working conditions, vandalism, environmental issues, theft of University property, personal use of University materials or assets and other risk and safety issues.
Software piracy or copyright infringements, data privacy or integrity, inappropriate use of technology.
Medical issues or concerns relating to University medical research, operations or programs.
Ethics Hotline for fraud, compliance and ethics concerns (see details on main page).
If you have a crisis situation and are in distress call the UNF Counselling Center (904) 620-2602. If it is after regular business hours, wait for the voicemail system to engage and then press 2. You will be connected to a licensed therapist.
If you have an emergency dial 911 for the Police.
If you are a member of Faculty and need information about the Faculty Association Hotline call (904) 620-2872.
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