Workplace Flu Vaccinations

The Flu is difficult to avoid. 1-in-6 people will get infected in an average year1. Vaccinated workers are likely to be off work for fewer days – if at all.

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How It Works
  • How It Works
  • How Flu Affects Workplaces
  • Influenza
  • Resources
  • FAQ
  • Over 65

How It Works

Step 1: Preparation

So you’re thinking of booking a workplace flu vaccination program to fight the flu this year? Before you book your program there are a couple of things you need to consider.

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Step 1: Preparation

So you’re thinking of booking a workplace flu vaccination program to fight the flu this year? Before you book your program there are a couple of things you need to consider.

  • What service delivery model do you require? In clinic or onsite or flu vouchers.
  • Where will you host your onsite vaccine program? You need to ensure you have a suitable private area for the nurse to administer the vaccines and include a place for people to lie down if they are feeling faint.
  • A minimum of two weeks booking time is recommended to secure availability.
  • How many do you need?
  • Need a Quote? We have a handy instant quote function on our website so you can price out what types and how many you need before purchasing.
  • Consider your over 65 workforce and encourage them to visit their GP to access the high dose flu vaccines free of charge. Sonic HealthPlus will not be able to provide the high dose vaccines within their onsite vaccination program.
Step 2: Booking Request

Now that you are fully prepared, you can begin booking your vaccination program online. Be sure to read the terms and conditions first. Simply complete the form below.

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Step 2: Booking Request

  • Make sure you read the terms and conditions carefully before you complete your booking.
  • For locations within the metro areas you can request a quote for your onsite and in clinic flu vaccination programs online. For multiple sites or rural and remote onsite vaccination programs, one of our flu coordinators will contact you to discuss your requirements and pricing options.
  • Once you have completed your booking request, a booking request confirmation will be emailed to your supplied email address.
  • One of our flu coordinators will be in touch to confirm your preferred booking request time and date for your onsite program.
  • On completion of the service delivery a Flu coordinator will send you an invoice for your flu vaccination program.
Step 3: Prepare Your Workplace

Next your flu coordinator will send you a link to your online booking portal and web links to our Flu Fighters resources pack to assist in your preparation to fight the flu in your workplace

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Step 3: Prepare Your Workplace

  • It is very handy to have a dedicated coordinator in your workplace to be the central contact and champion the flu program in your workplace.
  • Next your flu coordinator will provide a link to your online booking portal to assist in your preparation to fight the flu in your workplace.
  • Our onsite flu booking system enables your employees to book, view and/or edit appointments up to 24 hours prior.
  • Our website gives you access to vaccine information, fact sheets and promotional posters for you to promote your program internally.
  • Your flu coordinator will liaise with you to arrange any site-specific requirements in delivering your flu program such as site inductions etc.
  • Remind staff to wear loose clothing so they can roll up their sleeves or remove their jackets.
  • Having one point of contact for this process will ensure things run much more smoothly on the day.
  • Send out a reminder to your team one day before, as well as on the day of your program.
Step 4: Employee Vaccinations

Lastly, have someone meet the nurse and escort them to the designated area where the nurse will vaccinate everyone.

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Step 4: Employee Vaccinations

  • Have someone meet the nurse and escort them to the designated area.
  • Nurses will arrive on site 15 minutes before first vaccination for set up and will remain 15 minutes after final vaccination for pack down and post vaccination care.
  • Have a designated coordinator on the day that can assist the nurse with appointments and contact people who may be running late.
  • Set up your waiting room to allow for social distancing.
  • Remind your staff to hand sanitise prior to entering the room.
  • The nurse can vaccinate three people every five minutes; please bring people to the nurse in groups of five.
  • Ensure people being vaccinated have completed their consent form prior to attending their appointment
  • Make sure people can roll up their sleeves or remove their jackets.
  • Let your team know not to go anywhere outside of the workplace for 15 minutes after their vaccination.
  • A cup of tea and a glass of water is always appreciated by the nurse.

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