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SEQOHS featured in the latest OH Today Journal

We are delighted that the latest edition of iOH (Association of Occupational Health & Wellbeing Professionals) e-journal OH Today features SEQOHS on the cover. The article, written by Mandy Murphy, Quality Lead for SEQOHS Assessors, recaps on the SEQOHS Accreditation Scheme and covers what has changed or is new following the review that saw the - Read more...
Published Date: 17/05/2024 Posted In: General News, SEQOHS

Faculty welcomes government response to occupational health consultation

The Faculty of Occupational Medicine (FOM) has welcomed the government’s response to its 2019 consultation Health is everyone’s business. The Covid epidemic has brought the benefits of occupational health (OH) services into sharp focus and the government has recognised the sector’s critical role in supporting the response to the virus. We share the government’s view that - Read more...
Published Date: 21/07/2021 Posted In: General News, SEQOHS

Upcoming SEQOHS training events: Book your place now

  The Safe Effective Quality Occupational Health Service (SEQOHS) is a set of standards and a voluntary accreditation scheme for occupational health services in the UK currently run by  the Faculty of Occupational Medicine. Since its initiation in 2010, SEQOHS has accredited 190 occupational health services with a further 140 currently working towards accreditation. To - Read more...
Published Date: 16/03/2020 Posted In: SEQOHS

200th service awarded SEQOHS accreditation

Scheme to drive up standards in occupational health goes from strength to strength with 200th accreditation The SEQOHS accreditation scheme is delighted to award its 200th accreditation to Glenn Raybone, a single-handed occupational health provider based in Dudley. SEQOHS accreditation is awarded to occupational health and occupational health physiotherapy services that meet standards developed by - Read more...
Published Date: 26/01/2017 Posted In: SEQOHS