Background The FSA is a non-ministerial department of over 1300 people with the key responsibility to protect public health and consumers’ wider interest in food and animal welfare standards A key function for delivering this work is shaping and guiding …
Collin Willson, who is the current British Veterinary Association (BVA) Welsh Branch President and has been in the profession for 49 years has been named as the FSA’s Vet of the Year for 2022. The accolade recognises the hard work …
To celebrate Antimicrobial Resistance Week, Kitty Healey, a vet from the Veterinary Medicines Directorate (VMD), talks about VMD's achievements this year and what the aspirations are for 2022.
Find out more about a new and exciting role in the FSA as a Head of Animal Welfare and Delivery Assurance.
Find out about an exciting new role available in the Food Standards Agency as an Approvals & Veterinary Audit Lead.
Today is world vet day and to celebrate, Anna La Rocca and the UK CVO Christine Middlemiss have written a blog giving an outline of what government vets have been doing in this extremely busy year.
Find out about an exciting new opportunity as Head of Veterinary and Meat Hygiene Policy in the Food Standards Agency.
Milorad Radakovic, a lecturer in veterinary public health at Cambridge University talks about his career as a government vet and the importance of veterinary public health.
Find out about an exciting new opportunity available as a Senior Policy Advisor in the Food Standards Agency.
Find out about a fascinating new role in the Food Standards Agency