Make Hands Matter in the Workplace

Deb USA Offers Education And Downloads About Skin Care Health For Workers As Part Of NAOSH Week 2017

CHARLOTTE, NC., May 7, 2017 – As part of NAOSH (North American Occupational Safety & Health) Week from May 7th - 13th 2017, Deb Group, an SC Johnson company, is offering education and resources for companies who are concerned about the health of their employees' skin.

Companies can visit to learn more and download free resources about occupational skin disorders (OSD) and skin care health such as, A Manager's Guide For Industrial Workers, Does My Workplace Need Gloves or Hand Creams eBook, A Skin Care Audit Checklist and a Pre and After Work Creams Guide.

Deb advocates for improvement in skin care standards and the reduction of the threat of occupational skin disorders, to Make Hands Matter in the Workplace. Occupational skin disorders, including work-related dermatitis, are a serious health issue that currently go largely unreported in the workplace; an invisible threat that affect both an organization’s efficiency and the health and well-being of its employees. There is a lack of understanding of the risks and of the consequences of poor skin condition.

In addition, outdoor workers have a higher than average risk of developing skin cancer; long-term exposure to the sun causes skin damage and every episode of sunburn increases the risk of getting skin cancer. Employers have a responsibility to provide their employees with education and access to products that concern their health and safety while at work.

The NAOSH Week website states that the goal during Safety and Health Week is to focus employers, employees, partners and the public on the importance of preventing injury and illness in the workplace, at home, and in the community.

For any inquiries, please contact:
Deb USA Marketing


About Deb Group
Headquartered in the UK and with North American headquarters in Charlotte, N.C., Deb Group provides dedicated skin care programs for a wide range of industries and organizations that value their employee and customer well-being.

In 2014, Deb Group acquired Stoko Professional Skin Care to become the world's largest specialist occupational skin care company. The combined organization encompasses 23 companies operating in 19 countries, with Deb products used over 150 million times every day. The Deb product lines include Travabon®, Stokoderm®, Refresh™, Estesol®, Solopol®, Kresto®, Deb InstantFOAM®, Stokolan® and KrestoGT™.

In 2015, Deb Group was acquired by SC Johnson, a privately held, family company and one of the world’s leading manufacturers of household cleaning products, and products for home storage, air care, pest control and shoe care. To learn more, visit