Promote Sun Awareness Week on Social Media

 

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Social media is a powerful communications tool to help raise awareness of occupational cancer globally. If you’re not sure what to say about the campaign, our social media message templates can be a great starting point.

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Worldwide, skin cancer is the most common cancer. Help raise awareness of cancer caused by sun exposure at work in #SunAwarenessWeek – download the free @IOSH_tweets @_NTTL resources. http://www.notimetolose.org.uk/sun-awareness/ 

 

90 per cent of all skin cancer deaths could be prevented if people controlled their exposure to UV. Take action in #SunAwarenessWeek – get involved in @IOSH_tweets @_NTTL campaign. http://www.notimetolose.org.uk/sun-awareness/

 

In Britain, there are at least 1,500 new cases of non-melanoma skin cancer and 240 new cases of malignant melanoma linked to work-related sun exposure a year. Support @IOSH_tweets @_NTTL campaign to tackle occupational cancer. #SunAwarenessWeek http://www.notimetolose.org.uk/sun-awareness/

 

Sun safety tip: Check the UV index from the weather forecast. If the index is at three or above, then inform relevant workers and ensure protective measures are in place to minimise exposure. #SunAwarenessWeek @_NTTL http://www.notimetolose.org.uk/sun-awareness/

 

Follow these 5 steps to stay safe in the sun – cover up, protect your head, seek shade, use sunscreen, and be skin safe. Remember to drink plenty of water too to avoid dehydration. #SunAwarenessWeek @_NTTL http://www.notimetolose.org.uk/sun-awareness/

 

Use the Fitzpatrick Skin Type Scale to find out how to protect your skin from sun exposure. #SunAwarenessWeek @_NTTL http://www.notimetolose.org.uk/sun-awareness/

 

Checking for signs of skin cancer is as easy as A, B, C, and D. Be aware of how your skin normally looks – that way, you’ll notice changes that could be signs of skin cancer. #SunAwarenessWeek @_NTTL http://www.notimetolose.org.uk/sun-awareness/

 

We’re supporting @IOSH_tweets @_NTTL campaign to raise awareness of skin cancer caused by solar radiation exposure at work in #SunAwarenessWeek. Get involved by supporting #NTTL. http://www.notimetolose.org.uk/sun-awareness/

 

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Worldwide, skin cancer is the most common cancer. Help raise awareness of cancer caused by sun exposure at work in #SunAwarenessWeek – download the free resources from IOSH’s No Time to Lose campaign. http://www.notimetolose.org.uk/sun-awareness/

 

We’re supporting IOSH’s No Time to Lose campaign, which aims to raise awareness of occupational cancer and help businesses take action by providing free practical resources. Help tackle cancer caused by sun exposure at work by supporting the campaign this #SunAwarenessWeek – go to http://www.notimetolose.org.uk/sun-awareness/

 

Tackle skin cancer caused by sun exposure at work by using the free resources from IOSH’s No Time to Lose campaign this #SunAwarenessWeek http://www.notimetolose.org.uk/sun-awareness/ 

 

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