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Workplace Flu Vaccination Clinics

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Workplace flu vaccination programs are essential for ensuring the health and wellbeing of employees and the workplace as a whole. Influenza, or the flu, is a highly contagious viral infection that can cause a range of symptoms, from mild to severe, and in some cases, even lead to hospitalization or death. By providing flu vaccinations to employees, employers can help to reduce the spread of the virus in the workplace, which can in turn help to reduce absenteeism and productivity losses. Moreover, workplace vaccination programs also promote a culture of health and safety, which can have a positive impact on employee morale and job satisfaction. By taking proactive measures to protect the health of their employees, employers can create a more resilient, productive, and successful workplace.

Why would you get vaccinated against the flu? Very simple answer… so you don’t catch it.

The influenza virus is very contagious and always around. Epidemics do occur every year.  A mobile Australian population means disease can spread quickly across great distances. The flu feels dreadful, so minimising the risk makes great sense. Flu shots stimulate your body to build your immunity against the disease.

Getting a flu vaccination is not just about protecting yourself, it’s also about protecting those around you.

Did you know that vaccinated workers require less than half the sick days of unvaccinated workers?

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Online Booking System

Employees are able to schedule themselves in for their flu vaccination, receive a meeting invite for their appointment, receive a SMS and email reminder as well as reschedule their appointment should they need to.

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Have a large workforce to vaccinate? Contact us about our group discount rates for workplaces requiring 200+ vaccinations.

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Help improve the uptake of your workplace flu vaccination program with our promotional material to educate your workforce on the benefits of the program and how they can participate in it.

How it Works

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Get a Quote

Get your quote by contacting our Customer Service team on 1300 546 632. They will ask you for the following information:

  • Number of employees to be vaccinated
  • Location / Work Address for the clinic/s to be conducted
  • Amount of time you want the Nurse available at each location

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Confirm a Date & Time

Our dedicated team will contact you to confirm your requested date and time, as well as provide you with access to the online booking system and promotional resources. Employees will receive appointment reminders and calendar invites after they schedule their flu vaccination via the online portal.

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Flu Vaccination Clinic

A KINNECT Nurse Immuniser will attend your workplace to deliver the flu vaccinations. They will be available onsite for a minimum of 2 hours, however should you require additional hours, that can easily be arranged. Simply show them to the first aid room or private meeting room where the vaccinations are scheduled to take place and they will take care of the rest. Employees who miss the onsite clinic are able to access a flu vaccination via on offsite clinic locally, using a pre-paid voucher.

Australian Immunisation Register

The Australian Immunisation Register (AIR) is a national register that records all vaccines given to all people in Australia.

The AIR includes vaccines given:

  • Under the National Immunisation Program
  • Through school programs
  • Privately, such as for flu or travel.

You don’t need to add yourself to the AIR. If you’re enrolled in Medicare, you’ll already be on the AIR. You can’t update the AIR. Only a recognised vaccination provider can update the AIR. This includes doctors, such as a general practitioner or community health centre.

KINNECT is required to register any vaccination administered in the AIR. KINNECT will automatically register your flu vaccination in the AIR after the vaccine has been given. Additional fees apply for the administration associated with updating the AIR.


Onsite Nurse Immuniser

$225.00 + GST

An onsite flu vaccination clinic conducted by a Nurse Immunizer. Minimum of 2 hours onsite. Nurse can conduct up to 9 vaccinations per hour.

Flu Vaccination

$29.50 + GST

Cost of vaccine + updating of Australian Immunisation Register (AIR). Per person. Minimum of 40 vaccinations required.


Who Administers the Vaccinations?

Workplace flu vaccinationsIn Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia a registered Occupational Health Nurse administers all immunisations.

In Western Australia, a Nurse Practitioner or a Nurse Immuniser supervised by a Medical Practitioner administers vaccinations.

Is there an online booking portal?

Yes. Once you have confirmed a date and time you will be provided with a unique URL to access a self service online bookings system. Employees are able to schedule themselves in for their flu vaccination, receive a meeting invite for their appointment, receive a SMS and email reminder as well as reschedule their appointment should they need to.

How long does each vaccination take?

3 employees are vaccinated every 20 minutes. Each employee is monitored for any adverse reactions following their vaccination.

How many employers can be vaccinated?

KINNECT is able to send out multiple Nurse Immunisers to your workplace should you need to vaccinate a large number of employees. Simply ask for this option when confirming your date and time.

What areas does KINNECT service for flu vaccinations?

Flu Vaccinations are available in the following locations:Workplace flu vaccinations

  • Brisbane, QLD
  • Sydney, NSW
  • Melbourne, VIC
  • Adelaide, SA
  • Mackay, QLD
  • Sunshine Coast, QLD
  • Gold Coast, QLD
  • Toowoomba, QLD
  • Geelong, VIC

What is the recommended Influenza Vaccine for 2023?

The Australian Influenza Vaccine Committee (AIVC) met annually to recommend the composition of the influenza virus vaccines for Australia for the upcoming flu season. The committee review and evaluated epidemiology, antigenic and genetic data of recent influenza strains circulating in Australia and the southern hemisphere. They also evaluate the responses to the previous vaccines, and the availability of candidate vaccines to make their recommendations.

2023 Flu Vaccine Recommendations

The committee recommended that the following viruses for the 2023 southern hemisphere season quadrivalent influenza vaccines:

Egg-based quadrivalent influenza vaccines:

  • an A/Sydney/5/2021 (H1N1)pdm09-like virus;
  • an A/Darwin/9/2021 (H3N2)-like virus;
  • a B/Austria/1359417/2021 (B/Victoria lineage)-like virus; and
  • a B/Phuket/3073/2013 (B/Yamagata lineage)-like virus.

Cell- or recombinant-based quadrivalent influenza vaccines:

  • an A/Sydney/5/2021 (H1N1)pdm09-like virus;
  • an A/Darwin/6/2021 (H3N2)-like virus;
  • a B/Austria/1359417/2021 (B/Victoria lineage)-like virus; and
  • a B/Phuket/3073/2013 (B/Yamagata lineage)-like virus.

For further information, see AVIC website: 


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