Corporate Occupational Health Vaccinations
Hep B (Hepatitis B)
Hepatitis B is an infection caused by a virus that is spread through blood and bodily fluids that can infect and damage the liver. Hepatitis B is contracted when the virus enters an individual’s blood stream, i.e. through an open wound, cut or scratch or from a contaminated needle. If you, or your employees, job role involves contact with blood or bodily fluid then you are at an increased risk of exposure to hepatitis B. Jobs may include healthcare workers, residential care workers, prison care staff, cleaners, medical waste disposal staff, and emergency service workers.
Hep A (Hepatitis A)
Hepatitis A is a liver infection caused by a virus spread from the faeces of an infected person. It is uncommon in the UK, but there are low levels of risk if your job involves working in sewers, working somewhere where poor hygiene may be present or if you work with animals who may be infected with hep A. If your job role falls into any of these categories, it is advisable for you to have the hepatitis A vaccine.
Diphtheria, Tetanus and Polio (DTP)
If you, or your employees, job role puts you at risk of cuts that may be exposed to dirt or soil then you can be protected with a DTP vaccine. Diphtheria bacteria can be spread from person to person by coughing or sneezing; tetanus bacteria is commonly found in soil and animal manure and polio is caused by a virus mainly by swallowing food or drink that is contaminated with the faeces of someone who already has the virus.
If you, or your employees, have not previously been inoculated for any of these illnesses, please contact our corporate health team who will be happy to offer help and advice.
How to Get Your Employees Vaccinated
In-store vaccinations It can be difficult to get everyone together at one time, especially for larger businesses or employees that would like the flexibility to choose when and where they get vaccinated.
Once you’ve contacted our healthcare services team and set up your corporate account, your employees can go online through our booking portal or call our Customer Support team to arrange their own appointment at a time that suits them best.
We have over 80 Superdrug Health Clinics across the UK, giving your employees convenience and choice.
On-site Occupational Health Vaccinations If can be difficult for you and your staff to find the time to attend an appointment during the working day, so we also offer on-site vaccinations. You can choose to book either a full day or a half day, and we will send a fully trained nurse to administer the vaccines you require.
Hosting a clinic on your premises offers a range of benefits including:
- Being able to schedule the clinic during working hours so your employees do not feel like they need to do it when ‘off the clock’.
- You can set incentives, such reaching a participation percentage, to encourage employees to get vaccinated.
- Pre-promoting the clinic prior to the day can result in a higher number of employees receiving the appropriate occupational health vaccines.
Why Choose Us?
Superdrug is one of the UK’s leading and most reputable health and beauty retailers. We offer competitive quotes for our corporate occupational health vaccinations, flexibility on appointments and a free, thorough consultation process.
Setting up a corporate account is straight forward with our friendly and dedicated corporate healthcare team.
How to make a booking or enquiry
To get a quote please fill in our corporate enquiry form. Once this is complete, it will be sent to our corporate health team who will be in contact within 3-5 working days.
For general enquiries and further information, you can get in contact with our corporate healthcare team directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
Terms & Conditions
- For in-store vaccinations, where a corporate account is set up, vaccinations will only be provided following a thorough risk assessment and presentation of valid ID.
- On-site vaccinations will incur a deployment fee based on the number of vaccinations requested.
- Payments for on-site vaccinations are based on the number of vaccinations requested and not what is delivered on the day
All services are subject to suitability and availability.