The guidance and support below are for individual, local, regional and national eye care provider members in the UK. Members can also access additional guidance and support covering employment, regulation, compliance and more in FODO's practice owner's hub.
If you cannot find what you need below, then as a member you can also contact us by emailing [email protected] or calling 020 7298 5151.
Helping practice owners prevent bribery and comply with the Bribery Act 2010.
Summarises key points of the extended cooling-off period legislation applying to distance (internet and telephone sales) and off-premises (e.g. domiciliary) contracts.
All you need to know to comply with Data Protection legislation and understand your responsibilities under the Freedom of Information Act.
Access the Quality in Optometry (QiO) toolkit for clinical governance in optometric practice.
Helps ensure your General Ophthalmic Services (GOS) complaints system complies with local requirements.
Read FODO’s guide on complying with the GOC standards for optical businesses.
Helps you make accurate claims when performing General Ophthalmic Services (GOS).
Find out about using the NHS or HSC brand identities in primary and community practice across the UK.
Quick reference guide for practice owners to check they have registered with all the appropriate authorities.
Read these recommended resources on good record keeping – a must for individuals, managers and practice owners.
How to help safeguard children and adults at risk of abuse, neglect, female genital mutilation (FGM), coercive behaviour, trafficking and radicalisation.
Learn the correct procedure when applying for a voucher for a second pair and submitting a non-tolerance claim.
This guidance was published in response to a concern raised by Trading Standards.
Quick access to professional and other standards that apply to eye care providers in the UK.
Access information on sight test intervals and eye examinations across the UK.
What you should do when a patient claims an NHS sight test and/or voucher because they receive Universal Credit.
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