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Workplace flu vaccinations are a quick and safe way to reduce the risk of employees becoming seriously unwell for weeks. Or becoming one of the 25,000 people who die from flu in a bad year. Our corporate flu vaccinations can be delivered onsite, or via our nationwide clinics, in a convenient and timely way. Making it easy to protect employees and enhance your occupational health offering.
Flu virus cases are expected to surge this year, promoting the NHS to embark on its largest flu vaccination programme ever.
Unfortunately, few employees are eligible, while many of those who are will struggle to fit having a flu jab around work.
By offering onsite flu vaccinations you make it easy for all employees to protect themselves via their place of work.
Our professional nurses can quickly and safely administer workplace flu vaccinations. Making sure it’s safe for each individual and letting them know what mild after-effects to expect.
We can offer onsite flu vaccinations and the flu vaccine for employees via our nationwide clinics. Our main clinicals can be found at these locations. We can also set up a walk-in clinic near your workplace.
As a leading occupational health consultancy, we have extensive experience of delivering vaccination programmes. We work in partnership with you to ensure it all goes smoothly.
With flu jab shortages occurring every year, you can be reassured that we have tried-and-tested processes and established arrangements with vaccine suppliers.
The NHS itself is one of our clients.
The 2021/22 corporate flu vaccine is anticipated to offer good protection against flu. It will not give employees flu and protection starts two weeks after the vaccination.
Corporate flu jabs are quick and safe and prevent weeks of serious illness for employees and their colleagues. As well as helping avoid complications with catching Covid at the same time.