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Many people spend long periods of time exposed to the elements, especially the sun and wind. In addition to the skin becoming painfully dry, chapped, and itchy, skin cancer can also occur as a result of too much exposure to the sun without protection. Use the following tips to protect yourself:
- Wear a sweat proof and waterproof sunscreen lotion with a sun protection factor (SPF) of 15 or higher whenever outdoors.
- Wear protective clothing such as: a hat with a broad brim, a long-sleeved shirt, gloves, and long pants, when practical.
- Avoid working in direct sunlight between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. if possible.
- Wear lip protection that contains a sunscreen.
- Moisturize skin daily.
- Check skin regularly for suspicious sores, moles, and growths. Look for sores that don’t heal; growths or moles that are irregularly shaped, large, (the size of a pencil eraser or larger), or have jagged, notched, or indistinct borders.
- In the event you find suspicious sores, moles or growths consult a physician as soon as possible.
KEMI does not assume liability for the content of information contained herein. Safety and health remain your responsibility. This information is to be used for informational purposes only and not intended to be exhaustive or a substitute for proper training, supervision or manufacturers’ instructions/recommendations. KEMI, by publication of this information, does not assume liability for damage or injury arising from reliance upon it. Compliance with this information is not a guarantee or warranty that you will be in conformity with any laws or regulations nor does it ensure the absolute safety of any person, place or object, including, but not limited to, you, your occupation, employees, customers or place of business.