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Policy Statements

Welcome to (the “Site”). This Site is operated by Swisslog Healthcare to provide information about our company, our capabilities and our solutions to Site visitors. Swisslog Healthcare issues Policy Statements to provide guidance regarding acceptable conduct, business intent and regulatory requirements across the organization. Significant Policy Statements are included below.

Corporate Responsibility

We’re so much more than a company: we’re a global citizen.

PEOPLE | Social Sustainability

We strive to create a flexible and healthy work environment that encourages work-life balance. We have policies in place to protect the health and well-being of our employees in the office and out in the field. We get involved in our local communities and support initiatives to give back to those in need.

PLANET | Environmental Sustainability

We’re committed to using resources efficiently by acting responsibly, conserving energy, adopting green practices and supporting recycling.

PROFIT | Economic Sustainability

We live the principle of sustainable management every day by planning for our long-term financial health and advancing future-oriented technologies. On a day-to-day basis, we’re tackling problems at their roots and employing proven quality management systems.

PRODUCT | Sustainable Innovation

We’re finding better and better ways to build great products through process efficiencies and use of sustainable materials. As soon as we start working on an idea, we’re asking how we can bring it to life sustainably and responsibly.


As a provider of technology and services to the healthcare industry, Swisslog Healthcare has implemented policies and procedures to address the transaction standards and the privacy and security implications of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 ("HIPAA").

California Transparency in Supply Chains Act Disclosure

The California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010 (SB 657) requires companies that manufacture or sell products in the state of California to provide information regarding their efforts to eradicate slavery and human trafficking from their direct supply chains. The law is designed to increase California consumers’ knowledge about the products they buy and the companies they choose to support. Pursuant to this statutory requirement, Swisslog Healthcare makes the following disclosure regarding verification, audits, certification, internal accountability and training.


Verification Protocols

Swisslog Healthcare does not engage a third-party monitor to identify and evaluate the potential risks for human trafficking and slavery in our supply chain.


Swisslog Healthcare currently does not identify all of our direct suppliers nor does a third-party partner examine relevant information about each supplier or prospective supplier regarding risks and vulnerability to slavery or human trafficking in the production of supplier goods.

Labor Brokers

Swisslog Healthcare is not a member of a Fair Labor Organization nor do we collaborate with others in our industry to track illegal labor recruitment practices.


Audit Methodology

Swisslog Healthcare currently does not audit our suppliers to determine if they are complying with our company standards aimed at ensuring that human trafficking is not tainting our products.

Audit Statistics

Swisslog Healthcare does not have any auditing statistics for our suppliers.

Auditor Information

Swisslog Healthcare does not have internal auditors that monitor supplier behavior or compliance, thus, we do not have announced or unannounced investigations today.


Certification Requirements

To ensure that our contractors and suppliers respect and enforce our company standards, Swisslog Healthcare includes a clause in our commercial agreements governing our contractual relationship with suppliers, which stipulates that our suppliers must abide by our anti-slavery and human trafficking standards. As a condition of doing business with us, and as a means of self-certification, the commercial agreement clause reads: “1) Supplier represents that it complies with all applicable laws and regulations, including eradication of forced, indentured, involuntary or compulsory labor in its facilities, and requires its suppliers, including labor brokers and agencies, to do the same; 2) Supplier represents that its supply chain and materials incorporated into its products comply with national and international laws prohibiting slavery and human trafficking; and 3) Supplier agrees to treat workers with dignity and respect, provide them with a safe work environment, conduct business in compliance with applicable environmental, labor and employment laws, and refrain from corrupt practices and engaging in human rights violations.”