Promotional artwork

Flu lanyards

Offering a small reward to thank staff for having their seasonal flu vaccination is always well received. Below are some ideas of what you could use as rewards, together with the official flu fighter artwork for you to download. 

If you would like to produce any of these items, while the artwork is free, you will need to arrange and pay for the manufacture of the items.

We’ve arranged a rate for the NHS with LSi Ltd for the manufacture of promotional flu materials. 

To place an order visit the flu shop. Several items can be personalised with your trust's logo.

Please note that the work provided by LSi Ltd is not indicative of NHS Confederation and NHS Employers.  


flu fighter brand guidelines

Please refer to these guidelines for how to apply the flu fighter branding correctly.

Lanyard

You may wish to offer lanyards to senior staff on wards who support the need for flu vaccination. These members of staff then become walking, talking advocates of your local staff flu vaccination campaign.

Artwork specifications: PDF and EPS, 900mm x 20mm (print area 800mm x 19mm) full colour both sides.

Sash

Make peer vaccinators stand out with these sashes. Not only will it attract the attention of staff, it will make it easier to see who to go to for a flu vaccination. 

Artwork specifications: PDF and EPS, 600mm x 80mm, full colour both sides.

Banner

These banners can be placed outside the room where you are vaccinating, or in communal areas such as the staff canteen.

Artwork specifications: PDF, 800mm x 2,130mm, full colour, single sided.

T-shirt

Use these t-shirts to make peer vaccinators stand out from the crowd. 

Artwork specifications: PDF and EPS, 200mm x 200mm (front), 50mm x 50mm (back), full colour.

Mug

Artwork specifications

Pen

You can download this artwork and send to your local agency for printing onto pens. 

Pull reel

This design can be downloaded and sent to a supplier of your choice for a practical way of carrying the flu fighter branding.

Hand gel

Please ensure your hand gel complies with infection prevention standards.


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