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Our Compliance Committee monitors our company-wide adherence to laws, regulations and internal policies.

As a global organization, we aim to protect the health and safety of our employees, the public and local environments, and are committed to conducting business with customers, shareholders and employees according to our high standard of ethics, and in compliance with the law. We also continuously monitor and strive to improve environmental protection and occupational health and safety while providing customers with accurate and up-to-date information on compliance and safe handling of products.


Our Compliance Committee monitors our company-wide adherence to laws, regulations and internal policies. To do so, the committee, which is comprised of senior PerkinElmer personnel, receives regular reports from a diverse group of representatives from our major areas of compliance focus, including Health and Safety, Human Resources, Insurance/Risk Management, FDA/Quality and more. It then contributes to PerkinElmer's overall compliance program, advocating training opportunities, budget requests and other risk-reducing initiatives to ensure our program is well communicated and supportive of lawful and ethical business practices.

Standards of Business Conduct

As part of our commitment, PerkinElmer provides Business Conduct training and distributes Standards of Business Conduct to all employees, who are expected to follow both the spirit and the letter of the law. Our Standards of Business Conduct is available in 15 languages (see sidebar for details).

Dealer Code of Conduct

In order to communicate PerkinElmer’s standards for ethical and lawful business conduct to those third parties with whom we engage around the globe, we have developed a Code of Business Conduct for Dealers and Agents. This document summarizes the values and principles that PerkinElmer expects of those third parties as they conduct business relating to PerkinElmer.

Conflict Minerals

We partner with suppliers to support the aims and objectives of the Dodd-Frank Act regarding the use of "conflict minerals" in the materials we purchase. Read more about our commitment to continue working with our supply chain on this important issue.

Statement on Conflict Minerals

2015 Conflict Minerals Report

California Transparency in Supply Chains Act

The California Transparency in Supply Chains Act requires certain manufacturers doing business in the State of California to disclose their efforts to eliminate the use of slave labor and human trafficking from their supply chains. Read PerkinElmer’s statement on this below.

Statement on California Transparency in Supply Chains Act

Quality Policy

To satisfy our customers, PerkinElmer will provide superior customer value through on-time delivery of the right products and services of the highest quality in compliance with global regulatory requirements.

Depending on the nature of products and services, most of our facilities and businesses have been appropriately certified to ISO 9001, ISO 13485, AS 9100 and others to meet relevant ISO and regulatory requirements for quality management.

Quality Policy

Site Standards

Each of our sites has the responsibility to research, source and execute safety, resource efficiency and energy saving activities. We collaborate by sharing best practices across our operations through performance monitoring, auditing, and periodic management reviews.

Many of our facilities are certified to the International Organization of Standardization (ISO) 14001 and Occupational health and Safety Assessment Series (OHSAS) 18000 standards.

FacilityISO 14001OHSAS 18001
Boston, MassachusettsXX
Groningen, The NetherlandsXX
Llantrisant, United KingdomXX
Milan, ItalyXX
Multiple locations, JapanX 
Santa Clara, CaliforniaXX
Shanghai, ChinaX 
Shelton, ConnecticutXX
Taicang, ChinaXX
Turku, FinlandXX
PerkinElmer office in Shelton, CT.

We participate in the Carbon Disclosure Project, a nonprofit organization collecting information on greenhouse gas emissions and climate change strategies from thousands of companies across the globe. We also are active in the EPA's Green Power Partnership – a voluntary program that supports the organizational procurement of green power.

See our Carbon Disclosure Report
See our Water Disclosure Report

A Bright Idea in Singapore

LED light

Throughout the month of May, our Singapore site converted over 600 conventional lamps to LED lighting, which will help reduce electricity consumption by over 33,000 kWh a year and CO2 emissions by over 14 tons a year. The changes took place in the facility’s shared services and operations offices and the LST production areas.

Read more