Vaccination Certificate Submission
As required by the Victorian State Government, workers (including staff, contractors, volunteers and students on placement) will be required to show evidence of their vaccination in order to work outside their home.
From 15 October 2021, in order to work onsite at a work premises, you must be able to provide evidence to your employer that you have:
- Received both doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, or
- Have a medical exemption evidenced by an authorised medical practitioner.
This collection is permitted under Australian Privacy Principle (APP) 3. Information about your vaccination status is sensitive information and is afforded a higher degree of protection under the Privacy Act.
For more information on why we require this information and how it is used, please visit the Victorian Government Coronovirus Information website.
Please submit your vaccination certificate via the form on this page. If you need any assistance, please contact our friendly staff.
Choose from the options given by the Victorian Government Coronavirus website to get your proof of vaccination: www.coronavirus.vic.gov.au/vaxproof
Evidence of your vaccination can include:
- Immunisation history statement available from Medicare
- MyGov COVID-19 digital certificate
- My Health Record and Medicare online account
- Proof of age or document or proof of relevant medical exemption
If you can't provide your employer with evidence that you meet the vaccination requirements for your industry which are outlined above, then your employer cannot allow you to enter the work premises (i.e. come on-site) to work.
You won't be fined if you do not meet these requirements - but if you are unable to attend work, or you cause your workplace to incur a large fine, this may affect your employment, contract or placement.
If you provide false or misleading information about your vaccination status you may be fined. $10,904.40 for an individual and 300 penalty units for a body corporate ($54,522).