One of task in my book of exercises of chemical and biological hazards is to identify what immunisations recommended for people of working age and what negative expressions generally heard from people resisting immunisation. This post will give the answer which is compiled from many sources but is not specific for one country or region. In general, immunisations are recommended for people of working age that are come into contact with infectious people, animals and body fluid (such as blood) or products that may be at risk of getting vaccine-preventable diseases.
Some examples of circumstances where immunisations are needed:
Hepatitis B for workers who have regular contact with human blood, body fluids or dispose of needles and syringes such as healthcare workers, police and emergency service workers.
Hepatitis A for workers who live in or often visit rural and remote communities where hepatitis A is prevalent, sewage workers and plumbers, preschool and childcare workers, and carers of intellectual disabilities people.
Chickenpox (varicella) for primary school teachers, childcare workers and health care workers
MMR (measles, mumps and rubella) for health care workers and women of childbearing age who have not had these diseases or been vaccinated needs to be safeguarded