Incolink

Flu vaccinations on site

Posted on Jun 23, 2020

Further support to help keep the construction industry safe.

As we reach a milestone of over 5,000 COVID-19 tests, Incolink is pleased to announce it will begin providing voluntary flu vaccinations to construction workers on site.

“As the safety net for workers in construction we want to keep workers safe and healthy. By providing free on-site flu vaccinations to workers we also contribute to productivity and a reduction in sick days over the winter season,” said Erik Locke, CEO, Incolink

“Working in partnership with employers and unions gives us the credibility and access to be the trusted provider of this service to our industry” Mr Locke said.

Delivered by our clinical partners, Australian Prostate Centre, the program will follow all Department of Health and Human Services COVID-19 guidelines. The limited number of vaccines will be offered to employer members through expressions of interest.

The onsite flu vaccination clinics can be provided as a standalone flu vaccination clinic or alternatively delivered at the same time as an onsite Covid-19 testing clinic.

Employers can register by emailing your site location details and contact number to onsitetesting@incolink.org.au or via the form on the Incolink Bus page.

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