At Proactive we can provide and support your workplace with a variety of vaccinations including but not limited to Influenza, Hepatitis A+B , and Tetanus can be given by our specially trained Occupational Health Nurses.
Influenza is a contagious disease and can cause disruption in the workplace if spread amongst a company’s employees. We recommend influenza vaccines be provided annually to all staff. The quadrivalent vaccine is updated each year to provide protection against the four most common influenza strains currently in circulation.
Typically Flu vaccinations are given throughout April and May each year. Vaccinations are available at our clinics, and we can provide on-line access to our booking system. Alternatively for worksites with 10 or more employees requiring a vaccine, we can provide this service on-site.
Vouchers are available for purchase; these are redeemable through Green Cross Health at participating Life and Unichem pharmacies nationwide.
We can provide your employees with a brief presentation to dispel the myths around immunisation and to promote the benefits of influenza immunisation.
A recommendation to encourage staff to have a Flu vaccine this year as a preventative measure and boost immunity against Coronavirus.
If your employees are exposed to the biohazards of Hepatitis A or B and vaccination is part of your hazard control programme, Our team is able to vaccinate your employee either on your site or at our office.
We would require present evidence of immunity to both Hepatitis A and Hepatitis B; If they are not able to provide this information or have no previous exposure/immunity, we are able to provide testing and vaccination for this.
If you have employees that have not been vaccinated in the last 10 years; we are able to provide this vaccination. This vaccine is part of the national schedule and most adults are due for a booster at 45 years old; and they may have been contacted by their health provider to receive this vaccine.
This can be done at our clinics or onsite in your workplace.
– the A/Sydney (H1N1) strain is a change from the 2022 strains
The Seqirus strains that will be used to match the WHO strains are as follows:
– H3N2 – A/Darwin/6/2021 IVR-227-like virus
– B Victoria – B/Austria/1359417/2021 BVR-26-like virus
– B Yamagata – B/Phuket/3073/2013 BVR-1B-like virus
– H1N1 – A/Sydney/5/2021 IVR-229-like virus