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What is the Faculty of Occupational Medicine?

The Faculty of Occupational Medicine is a charity concerned with promoting and supporting health at work.

 

Our Vision

Healthy working lives for all.

 

Our Position

The Faculty of Occupational Medicine believes everyone of working age has the right to benefit from healthy and rewarding work while not putting themselves or others at unreasonable risk. They have the right to access competent occupational medical advice as part of comprehensive occupational health and safety services, ensuring that they can access the rewards of good employment and avoid preventable injury and illness caused or aggravated by work.

 

Our Mission

To drive improvement in the health of the working age population through outstanding occupational health capability by developing and supporting the good practice of occupational medicine. To provide public benefit through the protection of people at work by ensuring the highest professional standards of competence, quality and ethical integrity.

 

Our Values

Collaborative, Authoritative, Relevant, Ethical.

Exams & Training The Faculty offers qualifications in occupational medicine.

Publications & policy

The Faculty produces a range of publications on occupational health and medicine.

Health at Work

A key aim of the Faculty is to improve health in the workplace.

Quality Improvement

The Faculty oversees SEQOHS, the accreditation system for occupational health services.

Latest news...

Safe, Effective, Quality Occupational Health Service (SEQOHS) accreditation scheme appoints new chair: Today the SEQOHS accreditation scheme is delighted to announce the - Read more...
Any desk will do?: The British workplace is changing for the better. Employees are - Read more...
CMO calls on Faculty to write guidelines on workplace menopause support: Chief Medical Officer Professor Dame Sally Davies has called upon - Read more...
Time to Talk Day 2016: Today is Time to Talk Day 2016, and its aim is - Read more...
The ‘Risky Business’ Winter Conference:   The theme of this year’s Faculty winter conference was - Read more...
Letter to the editor of ‘Occupational Medicine’: Faculty President Richard Heron responds to Alastair Leckie’s Occupational Medicine editorial, Wither or - Read more...

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