Influenza Self-Reporting


The Influenza Self-Reporting System allows employees of the participating employers listed above (all BC health authorities) to report their influenza vaccination status to their employer through a web-based form. This method of reporting is completely secure and confidential. Your Personal Information is collected under the authority of the B.C. Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act section 26(e), for the purpose of providing your employer with verification of your influenza immunization. If you have any questions, you can contact the Occupational Health and Safety department at your health authority.


You can self-report immediately after you have received your influenza vaccination. It is best to report this as soon as you can. It may take up to 2 business days for your electronic report to be available to your employer as verification of immunization. You also are required to self-report if you have decided against vaccination and your choice will be to wear a mask when in care area this flu season.

After you have submitted we will try to identify you in our system and email you a confirmation number within 24-48 hours. This confirmation number can be used in any correspondence regarding your flu vaccination record. You can also print this off and bring it to your manager as proof of immunization.