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Storage Tips
  • Always follow the manufacturer recommended storage temperatures
  • Don't use domestic grade fridges for storing vaccines - they're not designed to maintain temperature consistency
  • Use a minimum-maximum thermometer (or automatic temperature monitor data logger) and keep a twice daily record of the temperature
  • Have back-up vaccine storage (e.g. coolbags or a portable fridge) in case of power failure
  • Label your fridge plug to avoid it being turned off accidentally
  • Position fridges away from heat sources such as radiators
  • Regularly check vaccine expiry dates and aid stock rotation with the use of wire drawers

The DH Green Book (Chapter 3) recommends the calibration of vaccine fridges at least once a year, along with regular portable appliance testing (PAT).

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