We set minimum target requirements to ensure the safe, efficient, and timely administration of vaccines whilst building robust capacity within local teams to develop an ongoing and sustainable immunisation program. This includes:
Preventing workplace outbreaks and therefore staff shortages is critical to ensure that businesses can remain open and operational through future waves of COVID-19. Having COVID-safe practices, protocols and procedures in place is still extremely important. We can provide support in managing ongoing COVID-19 and influenza vaccinations with the provision of mobile workforce vaccination teams.
As a trusted provider of mobile vaccination clinics, we can help protect your staff with this season’s flu and/or COVID-19 vaccines.
To formulate a plan that works for you, please complete this expression of interest form and a member of the team will be in touch shortly.
Ian established Respond Global as a social enterprise in early 2020 with the aim of empowering others to be able to plan, prepare and respond to health emergencies in their own countries. He and his team are currently assisting numerous organisations during the COVID pandemic, providing strategic and practical operational support about how to be COVID-Safe now and into the future.
Ian led the medical response to the crew quarantine aboard the Ruby Princess and the aged care crisis in Victoria on behalf of the Australian Government. Current clients are in the cruise, beef, higher education, fitness, humanitarian, and corporate sectors, and are spread across Australasia, Africa, Europe and the US.
Chris has been involved in polio eradication at every level from organizing vaccination campaigns and investigating cases of paralysis, to running the technical elements of the global program. He has been directly involved in immunization and eradication programmes in countries all over the world and was appointed Chief Scientist and Senior Advisor to the global programme in 2012.
In July 2019, Mr Maher was appointed as Senior Adviser to the Director-General of the World Health Organization, based in Geneva, Switzerland. Since his retirement from WHO in December 2020, he remains active in international public health and emergency response issues.