Sunrise Medical is a world leader in the development, design, manufacture and distribution of manual wheelchairs, power wheelchairs, motorised scooters and both standard and customised seating and positioning systems. Sunrise Medical manufactures products in our own facilities in the United States, Mexico, Germany, United Kingdom, Spain and China.
Our key products, marketed under the Quickie, Zippie, Breezy, Sterling, JAY, Coopers and Lomax proprietary brands, are sold through a network of homecare medical product dealers or distributors in over 130 countries. Sunrise Medical's headquarters are based in Malsch, Germany; with North American headquarters in Fresno, California. The company employs 1,600 associates worldwide.
Ethical Suppliers Policy
Sunrise Medical believes in sourcing goods and services only from suppliers who operate in an ethical way and we hope that the people we work with share our aspirations.
We expect our suppliers to conform, as a minimum, to the following standards of operation:
All applicable and local environmental, health and safety regulations must be adhered to, and a safe and healthy workplace provided
Wages paid comply with national legal standards
There shall be no discrimination against any employee on any grounds.
Child labour shall not be used and minimum age legislation shall be complied with in all areas that our suppliers operate
Employment must be freely chosen
Working hours comply with national laws and standards
No harsh or inhuman treatment is allowed
All relevant environmental legislation shall be complied with wherever our suppliers operate.
All hazardous or toxic waste must be properly identified and disposed of by licensed and competent bodies
Suppliers will respect the confidentiality and anonymity of any research or prototype project undertaken on behalf of Sunrise Medical.