Vaccine-Preventable Diseases

Insurance coverage, available vaccinations and education questions assess how the workplace is positioned to combat preventable diseases in the workforce.

Click on a question to find resources that help to support each activity.

During the past 12 months, did your worksite:

117. Provide health insurance coverage with no or low out-of-pocket costs for influenza (flu) vaccination?

Seasonal Influenza (Flu) – CDC website for Businesses and Employers

118. Provide health insurance coverage with no or low out-of-pocket costs for vaccinations other than influenza (flu) (e.g., pneumococcal or Tdap vaccines)?

Boosting Influenza Immunization at Work: Tools and Guidance for State Health Departments and Their Partners

119. Conduct influenza (flu) vaccinations at your worksite?

Seasonal Influenza (Flu) – CDC website for Businesses and Employers

Connecticut Department of Public Health – Workplace Influenza Clinics

NYC Department of Health – Strategies for Developing a Worksite Influenza Vaccination Program

120. Provide influenza (flu) vaccinations at your worksite with no or low out-of-pocket costs to employees?

CDC – Information for Businesses & Employers

Blue Cross and Blue Shield – Secure Your Flu Clinics Now

ASTHO – Boosting Influenza Immunizations at Work – See p.7

Virginia Department of Health – Worksite Wellness Through Immunization

121. Provide vaccinations other than seasonal influenza (e.g. pneumococcal or Tdap) at your worksite with no or low out-of-pocket costs to employees?

Boosting Influenza Immunization at Work: Tools and Guidance for State Health Departments and Their Partners. – See p. 20-22

122. Promote influenza (flu) vaccinations through brochures, videos, posters, pamphlets, newsletters or other written or online information that address the benefits of influenza vaccinations?

NC DHHS Influenza (Flu) Information (Scroll to FAQ section)

Help Reduce the Flu @ Work One-Pager

Seasonal Influenza (Flu) – CDC website for Businesses and Employers

Boosting Influenza Immunization at Work: Tools and Guidance for State Health Departments and Their Partners

State example: Connecticut Department of Public Health