We are sad to announce that Dr Rob Hardman, SEQOHS Chair, will be stepping down as of 31 December 2018 after over two and a half years of service. He will be sorely missed but will still be involved with the scheme through his new post as Director of Audit and Accreditation on the Faculty of Occupational Medicine's council.
"It has been a challenging few years but I hope that services
have already begun to notice the changes and improvements in how the scheme
operates. I look forward to continuing to support SEQOHS in my new role
on the Faculty's council as we look towards 2020 and the revision of the
Thank you, Rob, and all the best in the future from us in the SEQOHS office. In the interim, we are pleased to report that Wendy Ladd (SEQOHS assessment and quality lead) will be covering the role of clinical lead for the duration of 2019. Congratulations, Wendy!
SEQOHS are excited to announce that we will be presenting and exhibiting at the 2018 Central England Occupational Health Group (CEOHG) annual conference.
The event will be taking place on Tuesday 16 October at The Abbey Hotel Golf and Country Club in Redditch, and features a range of high profile speakers covering topics such as quality assurance, ergonomics/human factors, visual stress, workplace mental health and suicide and, of course, GDPR!
For further information and to book your place, please visit the www.ceohg.org.uk. Early bird places booked before 31 August cost £65 (£80 thereafter).
We hope to see many of you there!
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