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OSHA Guidelines

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) aims to protect workers in the United States from hazardous materials. One such dangerous agent, that has been identified as a carcinogen, is ultraviolet radiation (UV). Protect your workforce from over exposure to UV by reviewing OSHA's skin cancer prevention strategies and applying them to your worksite.

Read through OSHA's guidelines "Protecting Yourself in the Sun" and then consider printing them out and sharing them with your coworkers and employees.

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