Compliance

Employee Code of Conduct

ZOLL is committed to producing the highest quality medical devices and to maintaining its reputation for excellence through customer-focused quality. We believe that long-term, trusting business relationships are built upon honesty, openness and fairness. ZOLL employees are expected to uphold the highest professional and ethical standards and utilize good judgment at all times. ZOLL is committed to providing a safe and productive work environment which values teamwork, diversity, and open communication 

Employee Code of Conduct Guidelines 
Employee Code of Conduct Guidelines in Japanese 

Interactions with Health Care Professionals

ZOLL has adopted a Compliance Policy for interactions with health care professionals which is based on the Advanced Medical Technology Association Code of Ethics on Interactions with Health Care Professionals (the “AdvaMed Code”; effective July 1, 2009), and which regulates the Company’s interactions with health care professionals. ZOLL has supplemented the AdvaMed Code with certain provisions necessary to comply with state laws governing these interactions as appropriate.

AdvaMed Code of Ethics (View AdvaMed website)
AdvaMed Code in Chinese
AdvaMed Code in German
AdvaMed Code in Italian
AdvaMed Code in Portuguese
AdvaMed Code in Spanish  

In connection with the adoption of ZOLL’ s Compliance Policy for interactions with health care professionals, we are providing additional guidance in your local language to help address questions you might have. Please click on the link below in your language to view the additional guidance.

 Advamed - Dutch 
 Advamed - English 
 Advamed - French
 Advamed - French Canadian
 Advamed - German
 Advamed - Italian

 Advamed - Japanese
 Advamed - Portuguese
 Advamed - Portuguese Brazilian
 Advamed - Spanish 

Interactions with Health Care Professionals  

ZOLL has adopted a Compliance Policy for interactions with health care professionals which is based on the Advanced Medical Technology Association Code of Ethics on Interactions with Health Care Professionals (the “AdvaMed Code”; effective July 1, 2009), and which regulates the Company’s interactions with health care professionals. ZOLL has supplemented the AdvaMed Code with certain provisions necessary to comply with state laws governing these interactions as appropriate.

Guidance: Code of Ethics on Interactions with Health Care Professionals

This compendium is a reference tool to a list of country compliance codes relating to the various sections of the ZOLL Code of Conduct and Code of Ethics on Interactions with Health Care Professionals. This document highlights the codes applicable to each country. As stated in our Code of Conduct, in the event that local laws, regulations, or industry codes are more stringent than the ZOLL Code of Conduct or the AdvaMed Code of Ethics on Interactions with Health Care Professionals or its interpretation in any respect, then the local laws, regulations, or industry codes must be followed. However, if local laws, regulations, or industry codes are less restrictive, then the ZOLL Code of Conduct and the AdvaMed Code of Ethics on Interactions with Health Care Professionals must be followed unless a documented exception is approved by the VP and General Counsel.

Guidance: Code of Ethics on Interactions with Health Care Professionals 

Certification of Compliance  

To the best of our knowledge, ZOLL is in all material respects in compliance with a Comprehensive Compliance Program (“CCP”) that satisfies the requirements of California Health and Safety Code §§ 119400-119402, based on our good faith understanding of the statutory provisions as they may apply to a medical device manufacturer.

View the complete Statement of Compliance with California Law  

Certification of Compliance – CA Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010 

To the best of our knowledge, ZOLL is in all material respects in compliance with the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010, based on our good faith understanding of the statutory provisions as they may apply to a medical device manufacturer.

View the Policy document related to this California law