- Routine vaccine ordering
Use this form to order all routine vaccines aside from influenza.
- Influenza vaccine ordering
Use this form to order influenza vaccine on a seasonal basis, usually starting in the fall.
- Special Populations Requiring Immunizations fax cover sheet
Complete and submit this fax cover sheet after administering COVID-19 vaccines that were ordered from Fraser Health.
Vaccine reporting form
- Document COVID-19 vaccines in ImmsBC
(Do not report these to Fraser Health)
- Immunization report form
Use this form to report all other vaccines.
- Vaccine return form
Use this form to return any unused vaccines.
Questions about immunizations?
- Have a non-urgent question about immunization products you are providing? Vaccine providers can now request a consultation with our public health nurses using our online consultation request portal.
- Learn how to use and access the portal: Quick reference guide and FAQ.
- For urgent questions, call your local public health unit.
Public Health unit information
Immunization logistics team contact information
Public Health immunization logistics team contact information
- The newly formed Public Health Regional Immunization Logistics team is available to support our Community Vaccine Provider partners with any questions or clarification required. Please feel free to reach out at any time
- General Email inbox: Immunizationlogistics@fraserhealth.ca
- If you have any questions regarding your vaccine order contact your local Public Health Unit directly
Community vaccine providers guide to ordering vaccines
Visit ImmunizeBC for routine immunization schedules for:
- B.C. routine immunization schedule for infants and children
- B.C. routine immunization schedule for school aged children
- B.C. routine immunization schedule for adults 18 years of age and older not immunized in childhood
Read the BCCDC immunization manual which provides best practice guidelines for immunization services.
- Part one - Immunization schedules includes:
- Schedule A: Basic immunization for children starting series at two months of age
- Schedule B: Children one to six years of age (inclusive) when starting or resuming immunization
- Schedule C: Children and adolescents seven to 17 years of age (inclusive) when starting or resuming immunization
- Schedule D: Adults age 18 and older when starting or resuming immunization
- Schedule E: Routine immunizations for adults who have completed a primary series of childhood vaccines
- Minimum intervals between vaccine doses
- Part two - Special populations includes:
- Immunization of individuals at high risk, immunocompromised individuals, chronic medical conditions, occupation, lifestyle and other high-risk conditions
- Part four - Biological products includes:
- Product-specific information on vaccines and immune globulins including eligibility, dosing and scheduling
BCCDC vaccine management and cold chain incident (CCI) resources
- BCCDC vaccine management
These resources will help you control the temperature of your vaccines during storage and distribution.
- Quick reference guide – BCCDC vaccine storage and handling
- Refrigerator temperature form | Instructions
- Cold chain incident form (PDF; Excel) | Instructions
- Equipment malfunction or power failure (emergency plan checklist)
- Storage and handling vaccine supply (checklist)
- BCCDC vaccine management
Adverse event following immunization (AEFI)
You have an important role in monitoring vaccine safety in B.C. In fact, the Public Health Act requires a health care professional who is aware of an adverse event following immunization (AEFI) to report the event to the medical health officer.
Criteria for reporting and managing adverse events are found in the B.C. Communicable Disease Control (BCCDC) Manual, Chapter two: Immunization, Part 5 - Adverse events following immunization.
To report an AEFI follow these steps:
- Download the Report of adverse event following immunization case report form
- Refer to the AEFI User guide for instructions on how to complete the form
- Fax the completed form to your local health unit
For additional information and resources, please go to the Adverse events following immunization (AEFI) section on the BCCDC website.