Accreditations

SEQOHS Accreditation

Safe Effective Quality Occupational Health Service (SEQOHS) accreditation is the formal recognition that an occupational health service provider has demonstrated it has the competence to deliver against the measures in the SEQOHS standards.

Dame Carol Black’s review of the health of Britain’s working-age population, Working for a Healthier Tomorrow published in March 2008, advocated clear standards of practice and formal accreditation of all providers who support people of working age. The Government’s response to the review, improving health and work: changing lives, endorsed that recommendation.

In response to this, a broad stakeholder group led by the Faculty of Occupational Medicine developed standards and accreditation for Occupational Health Services. The standards were launched as SEQOHS in January 2010 and the accreditation scheme was launched in December 2010.

SEQOHS or Safe Effective Quality Occupational Health Service is a set of standards and a process of voluntary accreditation that aims to help raise the overall standard of care provided by occupational health services, thus helping to make a meaningful difference to the health of people of working age.

COHPA Accreditation

Safe Effective Quality Occupational Health Service (SEQOHS) accreditation is the formal recognition that an occupational health service provider has demonstrated it has the competence to deliver against the measures in the SEQOHS standards.

Dame Carol Black’s review of the health of Britain’s working-age population, Working for a Healthier Tomorrow published in March 2008, advocated clear standards of practice and formal accreditation of all providers who support people of working age. The Government’s response to the review, improving health and work: changing lives, endorsed that recommendation.

In response to this, a broad stakeholder group led by the Faculty of Occupational Medicine developed standards and accreditation for Occupational Health Services. The standards were launched as SEQOHS in January 2010 and the accreditation scheme was launched in December 2010.

SEQOHS or Safe Effective Quality Occupational Health Service is a set of standards and a process of voluntary accreditation that aims to help raise the overall standard of care provided by occupational health services, thus helping to make a meaningful difference to the health of people of working age.

RISQS Accreditation

Safe Effective Quality Occupational Health Service (SEQOHS) accreditation is the formal recognition that an occupational health service provider has demonstrated it has the competence to deliver against the measures in the SEQOHS standards.

Dame Carol Black’s review of the health of Britain’s working-age population, Working for a Healthier Tomorrow published in March 2008, advocated clear standards of practice and formal accreditation of all providers who support people of working age. The Government’s response to the review, improving health and work: changing lives, endorsed that recommendation.

In response to this, a broad stakeholder group led by the Faculty of Occupational Medicine developed standards and accreditation for Occupational Health Services. The standards were launched as SEQOHS in January 2010 and the accreditation scheme was launched in December 2010.

SEQOHS or Safe Effective Quality Occupational Health Service is a set of standards and a process of voluntary accreditation that aims to help raise the overall standard of care provided by occupational health services, thus helping to make a meaningful difference to the health of people of working age.

ICO Accreditation

Safe Effective Quality Occupational Health Service (SEQOHS) accreditation is the formal recognition that an occupational health service provider has demonstrated it has the competence to deliver against the measures in the SEQOHS standards.

Dame Carol Black’s review of the health of Britain’s working-age population, Working for a Healthier Tomorrow published in March 2008, advocated clear standards of practice and formal accreditation of all providers who support people of working age. The Government’s response to the review, improving health and work: changing lives, endorsed that recommendation.

In response to this, a broad stakeholder group led by the Faculty of Occupational Medicine developed standards and accreditation for Occupational Health Services. The standards were launched as SEQOHS in January 2010 and the accreditation scheme was launched in December 2010.

SEQOHS or Safe Effective Quality Occupational Health Service is a set of standards and a process of voluntary accreditation that aims to help raise the overall standard of care provided by occupational health services, thus helping to make a meaningful difference to the health of people of working age.

ISO9001& UKAS Accreditation

Safe Effective Quality Occupational Health Service (SEQOHS) accreditation is the formal recognition that an occupational health service provider has demonstrated it has the competence to deliver against the measures in the SEQOHS standards.

Dame Carol Black’s review of the health of Britain’s working-age population, Working for a Healthier Tomorrow published in March 2008, advocated clear standards of practice and formal accreditation of all providers who support people of working age. The Government’s response to the review, improving health and work: changing lives, endorsed that recommendation.

In response to this, a broad stakeholder group led by the Faculty of Occupational Medicine developed standards and accreditation for Occupational Health Services. The standards were launched as SEQOHS in January 2010 and the accreditation scheme was launched in December 2010.

SEQOHS or Safe Effective Quality Occupational Health Service is a set of standards and a process of voluntary accreditation that aims to help raise the overall standard of care provided by occupational health services, thus helping to make a meaningful difference to the health of people of working age.

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