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Skin Cancer Action Week Resources

18-24 November is National Skin Cancer Action Week, help us spread the awareness on reducing risks of skin cancer. This year, we are encouraging everyone to #OwnYourTone by embracing your natural skin tone and abstain from tanning. Use 5 forms of sun protection - Slip, Slop, Slap, Seek and Slide and regularly check for unusual changes on your skin to prevent skin cancer.

See downloadable posters developed by Cancer Council Australia and the Australasian College of Dermatologists for use in workplaces, community centres, schools and childcare centres. #OwnYourTone is a trademark of Cancer Research UK, March 2016. More information about National Skin Cancer Action Week 2018 here.


Please find more resources below:



See beyond tan Poster Download

Kit Up  Poster Download

Melting cap Poster Download

Can you spot skin cancer? Poster Download

SunSmart App/Web widget App/Web widget Download

SunSmart metal sign Sign

Order sign at $75 (at cost), for SunSmart members only. Click here to apply for the program.

Sun protection time Sign Download

Skin type chart Factsheet Download

SunSmart Infographic Poster/Factsheet Download

Be SunSmart Factsheet Download




SunSmart Workplace  Poster Download

Check your skin  Poster Download


Skin cancer and outdoor work Brochure Download/hard copies available upon request.

Skin cancer and outdoor work (for employers) Booklet Download

10 myths about sun protection Brochure Download/hard copies available upon request.

How much sun is enough? Brochure Download

kNOw Workplace Cancer: Solar UVR Factsheet Download



Spot the difference Poster Download

Can you spot skin cancer Factsheet Download

Understanding skin cancer Booklet Download/hard copies available upon request.

Understanding melanoma Booklet Download/hard copies available upon request.

Optimal cancer pathway-Melanoma Reference guide Download/Full version here.

Optimal cancer pathway-


Reference guide Download/Fulll version here.


For further information and to request for available hard copies, please email or call 08 8944 1807.


This page was last updated on: Wednesday, November 14, 2018

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