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EMPLOYEES HEALTH

National Onsite Skin Cancer Checks

Protecting Your Employees' Health and Well-being

At Employees Health, SkinSafe Program we prioritise the health and well-being of your employees. Skin cancer is a prevalent concern and early detection plays a crucial role in effective management.

We are pleased to offer our comprehensive Corporate Skin Cancer Check program, which provides on-site medical examinations by experienced doctors. Our goal is to identify any potential skin cancer risks, provide relevant advice, and offer a referral process to employees’ own GPs for further management if required. Additionally, our state-of-the-art skin cancer centre is equipped to provide treatments for any diagnosed cases.

We work in accordance with state legislation

Types of Skin Cancer

Cancer can develop in the cells of the skin. Skin cancers are named after the type of cell they start from. Basal cell cancer and squamous cell cancer are the two most common types of skin cancer. They are sometimes called non-melanoma skin cancer because they don’t develop from melanocytic cells. The third type of skin cancer is melanoma, which begins in the melanocytes. Other spots that aren’t skin cancer can also appear.

Basal cell cancer (BCC)

  • 70-85% of all skin cancers
  • most common in people aged over 40
  • slow growing
  • red, pale or pearly in colour
  • usually appear on the head, neck and upper body
  • can grow deeper into the skin

Squamous cell cancer (SCC)

  • 15-20% of all skin cancers
  • most common in people aged over 50
  • faster growing
  • thickened red, scaly spot
  • usually appear on the head, neck, hands and forearms
  • can spread to other parts of the body

Melanoma

  • 5% of skin cancer cases
  • the most serious but can be treated successfully when diagnosed early
  • new spot, or existing freckle or mole may change in size, shape or colour
  • irregular edge or surface, blotchy with brown, black, blue, red, white or light grey colour. May itch or bleed

Solar keratoses (sun spots)

  • usually occur in people over 40 years of age
  • appear on areas of skin exposed to the sun, such as the head, neck, arms and legs
  • flattish, red scaly patches which may sting if scratched

Dysplastic naevi

  • flat, fairly large moles
  • have an irregular shape and an uneven colour

Why Choose Employees Health, SkinSafe Program's Corporate Skin Cancer Check.

Convenient On-Site Examinations

We understand that time is valuable for your employees. Our program brings the expertise of qualified doctors to your workplace, eliminating the need for employees to travel for a skin cancer check.

Experienced Medical Professionals

Our team consists of experienced doctors in dermatoscopy and skin cancer detection. They are equipped with the knowledge and skills to conduct thorough examinations and provide accurate assessments.

Early Detection and Prevention:

Skin cancer, if detected early, is highly treatable. By conducting regular skin cancer checks, we aim to identify any suspicious moles, lesions, or other potential signs of skin cancer at an early stage. Early detection allows for more effective treatment and increases the chances of successful recovery.

Relevant Advice and Referral Process:

In the event that a potential skin cancer risk is identified, our doctors will provide personalised advice to the employee, including recommendations for further evaluation and management. We facilitate a seamless referral process to their own GP, ensuring a smooth transition for continued care.

Comprehensive Skin Cancer Centre

Our operating state-of-the-art skin cancer centre for Employees Health, GENIALE, is equipped with advanced diagnostic tools and treatment options. In cases where skin cancer is diagnosed, we offer a range of treatments tailored to individual needs, providing a continuum of care under one roof.

Take the Initiative in Employee Health

By offering our Corporate Skin Cancer Check program, you demonstrate a commitment to the health and well-being of your employees. Early detection and proactive management of skin cancer can significantly reduce its impact and improve outcomes. Join hands with Employees Health, SkinSafe Program to provide a valuable benefit that empowers your employees to prioritise their health.

Contact us today to learn more about our Corporate Skin Cancer Check program and how we can tailor it to meet the unique needs of your organisation. Together, let’s make a difference in employee health and well-being.

As an employer, the well-being and safety of your employees are paramount. One aspect often overlooked but critical to their health is skin care. Skin conditions, including skin cancer, can have a significant impact on your workforce’s productivity and overall well-being. That’s why we offer Onsite Workplace Skin Checks—a convenient and proactive solution to ensure your employees’ skin health remains a top priority.

The Importance of Skin Cancer Checks

Skin Health and Its Impact on Employees:

Highlight the significance of skin health for employees, discussing the prevalence of skin conditions and their effects on productivity, absenteeism, and overall well-being.

Early Detection and Prevention:

Explain how early detection of skin conditions can lead to more successful treatment outcomes and emphasise the importance of regular skin checks as a preventive measure.

Our Working Process

Scheduling and Logistics:

Provide information on how employers can schedule the Onsite Workplace Skin Checks and explain the logistics involved, including the required space and equipment.

Screening Sessions:

Detail the process of the skin check sessions, highlighting the thoroughness of the examinations and any specific procedures involved.


Follow-up and Recommendations:

Explain how employees will receive personalised feedback and recommendations based on their skin check results, emphasising the importance of proactive self-care.

Employer Benefits

Improved Employee Health and Well-being:

Discuss how investing in Onsite Workplace Skin Checks can lead to healthier employees, reduced absenteeism, and increased productivity.

Demonstrate a Commitment to Employee Care:

Highlight the positive impact on employee morale and loyalty, emphasising your company’s commitment to their well-being and creating a positive work environment.

Compliance and Risk Mitigation:

Address the legal and regulatory aspects, mentioning how Onsite Workplace Skin Checks help ensure compliance with occupational health and safety guidelines and mitigate potential risks for the employer.

Get Started

By offering Onsite Workplace Skin Checks, you are taking a proactive step towards safeguarding your employees’ skin health. Investing in preventive measures demonstrates your commitment to their overall well-being while enhancing productivity and reducing risks. Contact us today to schedule Onsite Workplace Skin Checks and prioritise the health of your employees.

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