The success of Swann-Morton Ltd can be attributed to its unique culture and the philosophies of the founders who started the company in 1932.
Swann-Morton is accredited to ISO 13485, the International Standard for Quality Management Systems for medical device companies and MDSAP.
View Quality, Environmental and Energy accreditations, Health & Safety and Sterilisation information. Includes certificate downloads.
We are fully aware of the responsibility we bear towards our customers, employees and the communities in which we work, so we have applied a strict set of ethical values to guide us in our business dealings; these include but are not limited to an Ethical Trading Policy and a Supplier Code of Conduct. These can be viewed here.
Environmental and Energy
The W.R. Swann Group will continually improve its environmental performance in line with its Environmental Policy by implementing and maintaining an Environmental Management System, which includes developing, maintaining and achieving objectives and targets.
The W.R. Swann Group is committed to responsible Energy Management and will practice energy efficiency throughout all of our facilities, plant and equipment wherever it is cost effective to do so. Energy Management plays a key role in our business.
Gender Pay Gap
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You can view our Data Protection Policy, Employee Privacy Notice and Job Applicant Privacy Notice here.
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"Swann-Morton" and the "Ring Pattern Logo" are registered trade marks of Swann-Morton Limited and related Companies.
UK Bribery Act 2010
In line with the 2010 UK Bribery Act Swann-Morton do not condone or authorise any illegal payments made to any third party in order to secure business on their behalf. They expect their business partners, agents and distributors to act in a responsible and reputable manner at all times and to comply with the regulations prevailing within their designated market area.
The Surgical Blades, Scalpels and Handles shown are manufactured for use by trained health care professionals and can cause injury if used or handled incorrectly. The information and illustrations used in connection with the products shown on this website are for general guidance only and users must seek proper training and instruction in their use before using or handling such products. Swann-Morton Limited exclude all liability for injury to the extent permitted by law.
WR Swann & Co. Limited Retirement Benefits Scheme
Statement of Investment Principles (SIP)
The law requires trustees of a scheme with more than 100 members to prepare a SIP and ensure it is reviewed at least every three years and without delay after any significant change in investment policy . The purpose of a SIP is to set out our investment strategy, including the investment objectives and investment policies we adopt for the above scheme.
 Regulation 2(1) of the Investment Regulations.
Engagement Policy Implementation Statement (EPIS)
New regulations that apply from 1 October 2020 have set out the following requirements for trustees of defined benefit pension plans regarding the production of an Engagement Policy Implementation Statement ("the Statement" or "EPIS"):
The EPIS must set out information on how trustees have put the stewardship policy in the Statement of Investment Principles ("SIP") into practice, particularly in relation to voting and engagement.
Trustees must publish their EPIS online (from 1 October 2021) and in the annual report and accounts where they are produced after 1 October 2020.
EOA - Employee Ownership Association
Swann-Morton Limited are members of the Employee Ownership Association, the voice of co-owned business in the UK