Ultraviolet (UV) rays come from the sun and offer us many benefits. However, when exposed for too long, UV rays are strong enough to damage the skin.
Outdoor workers have a higher than average risk of developing skin cancer, with 1,700 people, (5 people per day) getting skin cancer from sun exposure at work. However, 90% of skin cancer deaths can be prevented. Below, you will find our suite of best practice training and awareness tools that empower employers and employees to protect themselves from harmful UV rays, in just a few simple steps.
In the series of videos below, both workers and their family members speak out about the dangers of UV.