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Our Nationwide Workplace Flu Vaccination programs are
cost-efficient, easily implemented and paperless. We make your life easy, we put your staff at
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Cold and Flu in Asthma – Don’t risk it!
Cold and Flu - Illustration of a asthma inhaler

The flu or influenza is a viral infection that targets the lungs, throat and the nose. Unlike asthma attacks, the influenza virus gets passed on whenever you cough, sneeze or when you make hand contact. But did you know that cold and flu in asthma can be considered as triggers?

 

In fact, those who have asthma may experience more severe complications even if it's mild and even when they're taking medication. Some of these complications may include: ...

What will the 2018 Southern Hemisphere Flu Vaccine include?

Canberra. October 11, 2017

The Australian Influenza Vaccine Committee (AIVC) congregated at the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) for the purpose of recommending influenza viruses to be used in the composition of the 2018 flu vaccine. The meeting involved review and evaluation of: ...

Flu Vaccine – Frequent Asked Questions

Corporate Care is passionate about protecting everyone’s health by minimising the spread of disease. Our Flu Vaccine FAQ aims to provide all-important information and increase awareness.

Here’s to a better understanding of flu vaccinations: ...

4 Reasons why you should get the flu shot in 2019
4 Reasons why you should get the flu shot in 2019

 

The flu can be serious.

An average of 3,500 Australians die from influenza each year, 18,000 get hospitalised and around 300,000 pay a visit to their GP (Influenza Specialist Group). Some people are at greater risk than others. If you feel like you have flu-like symptoms you need to be aware that you can spread the virus to other vulnerable people. The people who are at greatest risk include children, the elderly, pregnant women and immunocompromised individuals. ...

Flu shots at work: Saving money to your business.

Getting sick is part of a normal life process each of us experience but could jeopardize the way we live our lives. One of the most common viruses that are spreading world and country-wide is flu. Though not as deadly as dengue or malaria, flu can lead to more serious problems such as pneumonia, bronchitis and sinusitis if left untreated. This is the reason why flu shots are promoted to everyone in the country.

There have been many speculations about the effectiveness of flu vaccine and had been rumoured to be causing more damage than cure, but those myths are debunked. One cost-effective way of fighting the flu is through having flu shots at work. Many companies in Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Perth and Brisbane conduct work flu shots for their employees to help prevent the spread of influenza, reduce absenteeism and increase staff morale and productivity. ...

Staff vaccination: Employees, friends and family.
Is staff vaccination worth your time and money?

Absolutely!

Staff vaccination is proven to be a very wise investment with high rates of return on your investments.

The influenza virus is a serious respiratory ailment that’s a large threat to all kinds of organization. Despite that fact, many people are still unaware and consider this illness as an insignificant irritation and nothing more. ...

Onsite flu vaccination: a very wise investment.

Would you invest in onsite flu vaccination programs?

You get up and go into the office everyday like a clock work. One morning you wake up feeling feverish, with chills, runny nose and a mild cough. What you do? You go to work. Bad!!!

It happens to millions of corporate workers every year when influenza season kicks in. There is a lot of pressure at work; KPI, goals to accomplish, meetings, peer pressure. You think you are doing the right thing by going to work but are you really? ...

Why you should consider employee flu vaccination.
Employee flu vaccination – a proven wise investment.

If you own a business, you must be concerned about the health of your employees. The logic is quite simple; healthier the employees better will be the productivity of your organisation. At the same time, employees also derive a lot of benefits from being healthy and fit as they draw more salaries in the absence of any leave. The logic fits aptly in case of Employee flu vaccination programs, which can bring benefits to the both parties. This may be the reason why onsite flu vaccination has attained a lot of popularity in the recent times. These events can effectively keep sick days and influenza outbreaks to minimum. In case you are thinking of organising a flu vaccination program, you can easily get the help of reputable flu vaccination services and accomplish the purpose in just a few simple steps. 

Employee flu vaccination

Employee flu vaccination has proven to be a very wise investment. Your employees are the centre and heart of your business, and you rely on them to function correctly. Unfortunately, during the winter months, Flu is on the rise and more and more of your employees will begin taking time off work. It isn’t their fault. They have caught the influenza virus and are so unwell that they cannot get out of bed. They may suffer from headaches, nausea and fatigue. Even if they chose to attend work, their productivity levels would not be high and you would notice a decrease in workload. ...

Why organising an onsite flu vaccination program?

Easy! Running an Onsite Flu Vaccination clinic will help minimise absenteeism and increase productivity of your work force.

As you may have seen during the past years, the winter month often brings the Flu or influenza along with it. This can lead to employees often taking days, and possibly weeks off work. The negative effect this can have on your business is detrimental and can affect your whole workforce. ...

Workplace flu vaccination

Vaccination in general still has some scepticism in it.  Some individuals are not inclined to vaccination advocacies.  Several beliefs, myths and factors affect each person’s compliance to vaccination.  Causes of non-compliance to vaccinations include the following but not limited to; individual fear of injection, fear of getting an actual flu illness from the vaccine, avoidance of expenses (doctor’s fees, vaccine and administration fees, etc.), preference for “natural” or healthy diet and lifestyle as protection from diseases, and myths on flu or influenza as not a serious disease ...