Occupational Health Workplace Vaccine

Find your nearest vaccination clinic that offers workplace occupational health vaccines. Search by entering your postcode to get a list of expert vaccination clinics near you. View clinic details and book an appointment online.

What are the main Occupational Health Workplace Vaccines?

Occupational Health Vaccines help to protect those working in an environment that can expose them to the risk of certain diseases. For example, if your occupation involves working with blood, bodily fluids, soil or dirt then getting hepatitis B vaccine and Tetanus, polio and diphtheria vaccine can help to protect your health.

Protect yourself and your staff by ensuring that you have the relevant occupational health vaccines. Simply book an appointment online for a pre-vaccination consultation tailored to you.

Getting the influenza vaccine during the flu season can also help to protect you and those around you from getting ill with the flu.

Hepatitis B Vaccine for Occupational Health Purposes

Hepatitis B is an infectious disease that affects the liver. It is transmitted through blood and other bodily fluids. If your job involves handling blood or bodily fluids such as healthcare workers or laboratory personnel, you are at a higher risk of contracting hepatitis B. The hepatitis B vaccine offers protection against hepatitis B.

The hepatitis B vaccine is a course of 3 injections. It is given as an intramuscular injection, usually in the upper arm.

Tetanus Vaccine for Occupational Health Purposes

Tetanus is a serious, life-threatening condition which is caused by bacteria entering the body through a cut or wound. There is a risk of tetanus infection if soil or manure containing bacteria gets into a wound.

If your occupation puts you at risk of getting infected with tetanus then getting the tetanus vaccine can help to protect you. Make sure that your tetanus vaccination is up-to-date. The vaccine is available as a combination of diphtheria, tetanus and polio. It is given as an intramuscular injection, usually in the upper arm.

During the pre-vaccination consultation, the healthcare professionals will carry out an assessment and provide advice tailored to you.

Why are occupational health vaccines important?

As an employer or an individual, ensuring that you and your team have the recommended occupational health vaccines is important. Here are some main reasons why occupational health vaccines are important.

  • Protects employees from workplace-acquired infections and illnesses.
  • Prevents disease outbreaks within the workplace, safeguarding employee health.
  • Reduces absenteeism and improves productivity by keeping employees healthy.
  • Helps businesses comply with legal and regulatory requirements.
  • Demonstrates a commitment to employee well-being and creates a safer work environment.

Business-friendly vaccination service

If you are looking to organise vaccines for your staff or you need to get the vaccine as an employee of a company, we can help. The travel health clinic will be able to provide you with a detailed invoice, sufficient for business accounting use. Most clinics have same-day availability and an appointment can be made online. Find your nearest clinic by searching above.

Travel vaccination service for business trips

Do you or your staff travel for business to different countries? Protect yourself and your staff by making sure that you have the required/recommended vaccines for your trip. The travel vaccination clinics offer travel health advice, vaccines and antimalarials. Simply find your local travel vaccination clinic and book an appointment online.