You can help save a life

Despite being almost entirely preventable, skin cancer continues to affect at least two in every three Australians in their lifetime.  When it comes to the workplace, prevention is better than a cure.


Chances are someone in your workplace has been affected by skin cancer

As kids we are taught to 'slip, slop, slap, seek and slide' but not that much about the ABCDEs of skin cancer - a simple process that allows anyone to check their skin for the warning signs of skin cancer and is the clinical best practice used worldwide. When a doctor performs a skin check, they look at every lump, spot and mole on your entire body; areas of concern are assessed for signs of skin cancer using the ABCDE method of melanoma detection.


When it comes to health, prevention is better than a cure

Australia has the highest incidence of melanoma in the world. Despite being almost entirely preventable, skin cancer continues to affect at least 2 of every 3 Australians in their lifetime. By getting to know the ABCDEs of skin cancer, your employees are better prepared to take immediate actions should they notice any changes or warning signs. Early detection saves lives.

image-mia skin check tool in use
  • a

    Do both sides of this shape look the same?

  • b

    Does this shape have an uneven border?

  • c

    Does this shape have two or more colours?

  • d

    Is this shape larger than 5mm?

  • e

    Has this shape changed in size, colour or shape?

Checking your skin is as easy as ABC...DE

The Skin Check Tools and Cards help you and your employees answer five easy questions to assess a skin spot for signs of melanoma.  By answering these five simple questions, you've learned the ABCDEs of melanoma detection...simple right?

Customise the tools with your brand

The Skin Check Tools & Cards can be customised with your logo, branding and unique health messaging, promoting your organisation's commitment to skin cancer awareness. Minimum order quantities apply


Free launch pack

Run a highly visible skin cancer awareness program with our free launch pack. Assets include launch and tutorial videos, poster artwork and powerpoint presentations. Available up request

Join these companies promoting skin cancer awareness across their workforce

"At Queensland Credit Union we handed out the Skin Cancer Awareness Tools as part of our overarching Health & Wellbeing program: Mind, Body and Soul.  The team here were very keen to try out the tool and see whether it really was as easy and effective to use as promised. The result was outstanding with some staff even detecting something of concern on their skin which prompted them to go and see their GP for further investigation"

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