The phrase as to whether provides an excellent example. Consider the sentence in the cropped graphic above, and then consider the suggested corrections below (yes, there is more than one possibility here to improve the sentence, and all are equally valid).
No one knows whether the design changes led to the accident; the data assembled to date are inconclusive.
Because the data assembled to date are inconclusive, whether the design changes led to the accident is still unknown.
So as to whether to use as to whether, don’t. Strive for that precision of language that will communicate your messages more effectively to your audience. Your audience will then in turn associate you and your brands with the professionalism you want to cultivate in your image.