It will but two critical factors must be met for it to become an effective and productive management tool. First, there needs to be a commitment or “buy in” to the program by an organisation’s senior management team. Ultimately, it is that group’s support that will determine how well the program performs. Second, there needs to be an on-going employee and stakeholder feedback. If employees and stakeholders witness that management is responding and listening to their information and giving it serious consideration, this will strengthen support and use of the program. Over time strong by products of the program are the prevention & deterrence of illegal conduct and inappropriate behaviour and improved morale and productivity.