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Philips North America LLC is a part of Royal Philips and our company stands for quality, innovation, leadership and integrity.  At Philips, we take our commitment to ethical behavior seriously and we expect that same commitment from everyone who works here.  The Philips Legal Compliance Program formalizes that commitment and includes, without limitation, the following:


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Annual Certification of Compliance with the Corporate Comprehensive Compliance Program for California


Philips North America LLC, a division of Royal Philips., and its affiliates (“Philips” ), has established and is operating under a Comprehensive Compliance Program (“CCP”).

Where applicable, is in accordance with the “Compliance Program Guidance for Pharmaceutical Manufacturers” issued by the United States Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General (“CPG”), and the AdvaMed and NEMA/MITA Codes of Ethics on Interactions with Healthcare Providers (“Device Industry Codes”).

Not a drug manufacturer
Because Philips is a medical device manufacturer – not a drug manufacturer – certain guidance set forth in the CPG does not apply to Philips and its operations. Similarly, Philips’ CCP is based on Device Industry Codes and not the PhRMA Code of Ethics for the pharmaceutical industry.

With these clarifications and Philips’ good faith understanding of the statutory requirements, Philips is – to the best of its knowledge – in compliance with the provisions of the California Health and Safety Code §§119400-119402, to the extent they apply to Philips North America LLC.
[Updated 01-01-2021] 

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Please note that our Philips compliance program may vary from country to country to reflect legal differences, and not all programs are available for posting.

California Supplier Transparency Act Disclosure


On January 1, 2012, the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010 (SB 657) went into effect in the State of California. As a result, many companies manufacturing or selling products in California are required to disclose their efforts to address the issues of human trafficking and slavery, thereby allowing consumers to make better, more informed choices regarding the products they buy and the companies they choose to support.


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