National Vaccine Storage Guidelines 'Strive for 5'

Collection description

This collection provides links to the full set of our National Vaccine Storage Guidelines ‘Strive for 5’ resources. 

‘Strive for 5’ refers to 5 degrees Celsius (°C) — the point midway between +2°C and +8°C which is the temperature range recommended for vaccine storage. Many vaccines are damaged or destroyed at temperatures outside this range.

 

Guidelines

The guidelines publication provides information and advice for vaccine storage management for Australian immunisation service providers. It also includes the posters and the stickers in the appendices.

National Vaccine Storage Guidelines ‘Strive for 5’

Resource order ID: 
IMM77.2019

Posters

You can download the posters separately. These resources also include the ordering ID you need if you want to order hard copies of the posters.

National Vaccine Storage Guidelines ‘Strive for 5’ — Cold Chain Breach Protocol Poster

Resource order ID: 
IT0180

National Vaccine Storage Guidelines ‘Strive for 5’ — Quick Reference Guide Poster

Resource order ID: 
IT0178

National Vaccine Storage Guidelines ‘Strive for 5’ — Vaccine Fridge Temperature Chart Poster

Resource order ID: 
IT0179

Stickers

You can download the stickers separately. These resources also include the ordering ID you need if you want to order hard copies of the stickers.

National Vaccine Storage Guidelines ‘Strive for 5’ — sticker 1

Resource order ID: 
IT0176

National Vaccine Storage Guidelines ‘Strive for 5’ — sticker 2

Resource order ID: 
IT0177

National Vaccine Storage Guidelines ‘Strive for 5’ — sticker 3

Resource order ID: 
IT0175

Appendices

You can download Appendices 2, 8 and 9 separately.

National Vaccine Storage Guidelines ‘Strive for 5’, Appendix 2 - Vaccine Storage Self Audit

National Vaccine Storage Guidelines ‘Strive for 5’, Appendix 8 - Checklist: Mobile and emergency storage

National Vaccine Storage Guidelines ‘Strive for 5’, Appendix 9 - Checklist for Managing a Power Failure

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Last updated: 
29 June 2019
Publication type: 
Collection
Audience: 
Health sector