Throughout Summer, have you taken the time to monitor any changes to your skin?


A melanoma is a type of skin cancer which usually occurs on parts of the body that have been overexposed to the sun. Rare melanomas can occur inside the eye or in parts of the skin or body that have never been exposed to the sun – (2019).


Workplace Health and Safety Victoria can help you check your employee’s skin health by offering efficient, thorough on-site skin checks and education provided by trusted professionals.


Whether your employees work indoors or outdoors, workplace skin checks are a vital part of any health and wellness program.


If your employee notes a suspicious spot or mole on their skin, our doctors may examine using a magnifying instrument, using the ABCDE method:

  • A – Asymmetry, irregular;
  • B – Border, uneven;
  • C – Colour;
  • D – Diameter (usually over 6mm);
  • E – Evolving (changing and growing);


If our doctor suspects a melanoma, your employee will be referred to their GP or otherwise they can visit our clinic for further testing.


Enquire within for further information – [email protected] or call 0456 387 569.