Influenza Immunization Employer Toolkit

Influenza is a contagious respiratory disease that spreads easily, especially in the workplace. Every year, influenza causes up to 3,500 deaths and an average of 12,200 hospitalizations across Canada.

This year, to help employers keep their employees and workplaces healthy and safe, we have created an Employer Toolkit to help you in your efforts to encourage your employees to get vaccinated against influenza. In this toolkit, you will find:

 

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Poster: option 1

influenza immunization employer toolkit poster option 1

Poster: option 2

influenza immunization employer toolkit poster option 2

Poster: option 3

influenza immunization employer toolkit poster option 3

 

 

Poster: option 4

influenza immunization employer toolkit poster option 4

E-mail blast from HR managers – on-site clinic: option 1

on-site influenza immunization clinic - option 1

E-mail blast from HR managers – on-site clinic: option 2

on-site influenza immunization clinic - option 2

E-mail blast from HR managers – on-site clinic: option 3

on-site influenza immunization clinic - option 3

E-mail blast from HR managers – on-site clinic: option 4

on-site influenza immunization clinic - option 4

E-mail blast from HR managers – off-site: option 1

off-site influenza immunization clinic - option 1

E-mail blast from HR managers – off-site: option 2

off-site influenza immunization clinic - option 2

E-mail blast from HR managers – off-site: option 3

off-site influenza immunization clinic - option 3

E-mail blast from HR managers – off-site: option 4

off-site influenza immunization clinic - option 4

E-mail graphic: option 1

manager e-mail graphic - option 1

E-mail graphic: option 2

manager e-mail graphic - option 2

E-mail graphic: option 3

manager e-mail graphic - option 3

E-mail graphic: option 4

manager e-mail graphic - option 4

 

 

 

 

 

This toolkit is made possible by a grant from Seqirus Canada.


Last Updated: 29 July 2021