Occupational Health & Infectious Disease
Carolyn Williams, RN - Manager
Flu Clinics 2016-2017
Date Day Time Location
10/26 Wed. 0700-0930 City Fleet, Kerby, Safety Classroom, 2835 N Kerby Ave
10/27 Thurs. 1200-1245 Safety Conf., Camp Withycombe,15300 SE Minuteman Way
11/2 Wed. 0900-1030 Revenue, Columbia Sq., Rivers RM, 111 SW Columbia
11/3 Thurs. 0900-1130 City Hall, Rose RM, 1120 SW 4th Ave
11/29 Tues. 0800-1100 1900 Building, RM 2500-B, 1900 SW 4th Ave
11/30 Wed. 1000-1300 Portland Building, RM C, 2nd FL., 1220 SW 5th Ave
Flu Shots are available at no cost to all City of Portland employees* while supplies last.
- Due to a limited amount of vaccine we will be unable to vaccinate family members.
- This year’s formula is Quadrivalent (four flu vaccines combined).
- No preservatives
- No latex
- If allergic to eggs, see your provider for an egg-free flu vaccine.
- If you are age 65 or older, please check with your provider to see if you should receive the special “high dose” vaccine from them. These clinics are not stocked with the “high dose” or nasal spray formulas.
*Portland Fire Bureau does not participate in this program. Fire Bureau employees should check with Janet Woodside for more information.
For Questions please call Carolyn Williams, RN at 503-823-5238 or Carolyn.Williams@PortlandOregon.gov
The Exposure Control Line for City of Portland Employees* has changed. Please take note it is
Only the following exposures need to be reported to the Exposure Control Line:
Contaminated needle sticks
Contact with blood or body fluids with blood in them to your non-intact skin
Contact with blood or body fluids with blood in them to mucous membranes of the eyes, nose, or mouth
Exposure to confirmed cases of bacterial meningitis, active tuberculosis, or other infectious airborne disease.
In the event of a bloodborne exposure, the exposed employee will:
Provide immediate care to the exposure site
Wash wounds and skin with soap and water if available, or appropriate disinfectant
Flush mucous membranes with water
If blood is in mouth, rinse and spit several times
Collect contact information about the “Source” if known
NOTE: Other health issues and concerns such as: request for vaccine records, vaccines, or flu shots; animal bites, shingles, MRSA, inhalation of chemicals, rash, fever, scabies, lice, bedbugs, spider bites, food poisoning, diarrhea and health information in general should be directed to:
Occupational Health· Infectious Disease
Program Office (Nurse)
*Fire Bureau Staff should follow their EMS memo
City Risk Occupational Health Infectious Disease Program 2016 Service Catalog
Information regarding precautions and heat stress symptoms
Blood Borne Pathogen Program Guidelines and Exposure Control Plan
FAQ and Flu Facts
Common health issues - information, symptoms, treatment, & prevention
Occupational Health is no longer offering the Severe Allergic Reaction/Epi-Pen® Training. Please click here for further information.