Welcome to SAFEVAC - an Australian database for reporting of Adverse Events Following Immunisation (AEFI) and associated clinical visits. Please note this is the same system previously used by reporters (formerly AEFI-CAN).
Currently AEFI reporting can only be completed via this website if the vaccine was administered in Victoria or Western Australia (reports followed up by SAEFVIC or WAVSS respectively).
The mission of SAFEVAC is to promote confidence in the National Immunisation Program through enhancing national vaccine safety monitoring and rapid signal detection.
To help us achieve this we encourage all immunisation providers and vaccinees including healthcare workers to report any unexpected, serious or unusual Adverse events following immunisation (AEFI) to their local surveillance body (see below).
Providers are encouraged to report all vaccine or Drug (program) errors as well.
Details of who you should report to are tabulated below.
|Australian Capital Territory||ACT Health Department||02 6205 2300||www.health.act.gov.au|
|New South Wales||Local Public Health Unit||1300 066 055||www.health.nsw.gov.au|
|Northern Territory||NT Department of Health||08 8922 8044||NT AEFI form|
|Queensland||Queensland Health||07 3328 9888||www.health.qld.gov.au|
|South Australia||SA Department of Health||1300 232 272||www.sahealth.sa.gov.au|
|Tasmania||Direct to TGA||1800 044 114||www.tga.gov.au|
|Victoria||SAEFVIC||1300 882 924 (option 1)||SAEFVIC|
|Western Australia||WAVSS||(08) 6456 0208||WAVSS|