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Get Sun Protection Accredited

Published on 13 July 2021

Get Sun Protection Accredited

With sunnier weather forecast look to the Outdoor Kids Sun Safety Code

A scheme with the Melanoma Fund Sun Safety Code

The aim is to encourage small actions by many, to actively get people involved, promote awareness, educate on the risks, encourage action and in turn, help create healthy attitudes and behaviour in sport, at all ages. Getting involved is free and quick to implement. A link to downloadable resources will be supplied to you by email following registration. Simply pledge to implement the following 4 actions.

1. Read the OK Sun Safety Code and circulate this information, educating others as appropriate.

2. Create a tailored sun protection policy and implement these actions into sessions between March-October, when and where appropriate.

4. Display your sun protection accreditation logo and certificate, and add promote your status on your website and socials.

NB: Your toolkit of downloadable resources will be supplied following registration.

3. Display our awareness posters and share our resources to all to help keep sun protection front of mind for all.

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