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Intro Video >


Scorched
by the Sun
UVC Rays –Weakest
UVB Rays –Moderate
UVA Rays -Strongest

 UVC Rays get


Stopped by Ozone
Layer
Earth

95% of the UV Radiation that reaches the Earth is the UVA Ray
Ultraviolet Light vs Visible Light
UV Rays Cause SkinCancer

 UV rays continually damage and alter the


structure of our skin cells DNA.

 Skin cells continually fix and repair damaged


DNA

 The continuous repair and skin cell corrections


actually lead to a cell dying or becoming
cancerous

 “…UV kills cells because of the accumulation of


DNA damage.”
- Chair of BiologyWestminster
College
UVB Rays =SUNBURN

UVB radiation causes


sunburn, darkening
and thickening of the
outer layer of the skin

UVB Rays do not


penetrate the outer
layer of your skin

UVB Rays are the


chief culprit behind
Sunburns
SPF =“Sun Protection Factor”
The number of the SPF represents
the level of sun burn protection
against the UVB Ray only.
FDA states:
SPF 30 =300 minutes Sun Burn
NO SPF
Protection
higher
than 50
The FDA recommends that you
reapply sunscreen every 2hours.

Any sunscreen with an SPF below


The difference between SPF 30 and
SPF 50 is 1 %protection. 15 cannot claim “Protection
Against Skin Cancer.”
SPF and Water
Resistance Test
(FDA)
Example of testing a
manufacture has to pass in
order to claim their SPF
number.
UVA Rays –Strongest

UVA Rays account up


to 95% of the
Radiation that
reaches the Earth

UVA Rays Penetrate the Skin


UVA Rays Reflect Off…

 Causes, Wrinkles, Skin Aging, Moles, Sun  UVA Rays can reflect off of water, concrete,
Spots, and Cataracts asphalt, and snow.

 Can penetrate glass, windshields, and  The outside worker receives a double dose of
clothing UVA Rays - One from the Sun and one from
the reflection as shown above.
3 Types of SkinCancer

Basal Cell Squamous Cell Melanoma


 Most common. Over1 million US  250, 000 new cases ever year.  Can be fatal if not treated early. 63,000 cases
cases each year. each year
 Scaly red patch, wart like, or
 Small reddish patch, shinybump an elevated growth.
 Can metastasize quickly and spread to other
or pink growth.  Very treatable, has to be cut
out of your skin or burned off areas of thebody.
 Very treatable, has to be cut out with cauterizing pen
of your skin or burned off with  Usually a brown or black mark but also red or even
cauterizing pen. white.
 Treatment more intense: surgical removal
sometimes removing large areas of the body
because melanoma is like an iceberg – much
larger under the surface of the skin.
What to LookFor &
Skin Cancer
Prevention
Moles, Birthmarks, & Discolorations
• Change in color

• Increase in size or thickness

• Change in texture

• Irregular outline

• Larger than a pencil eraser


Skin Cancer is a Billion Dollar Industry
 Since 2006 there has been a 126.2% increase in
skin cancer diagnosis and treatment - $3.6 billion
to $8.1 billion.

 An estimated 11,000 cases of skin cancer could be


avoided if properprevention is introduced.

 For every dollar spent on prevention $2 can be


saved in diagnosis and treatment.

 Developing a Sunscreen Program for you outside


workers will save the company from insurance
rates going up and time off the job.
Sunscreen Ad’s From 1920 to 1950
 First self tanning
 Tanning isnow products emerge. Sun
fashionable. lamps on the market.
Sunburns, Sunburns,
Sunburns!!!

 Sunburns just a  Products made to


part of life. soothe a sunburn
rather than prevent.
Sunscreen Ad’s From 1960 to 1990

 Tanning Sprays hit  First water


the market. resistant
products.

 First links are  Education about skin


found between cancer becomes
the sun and skin prevalent. Fake tanning
aging. SPFis born products are produced.
(Sun Protection
Factor).
2014 FDA Sunscreen Labeling Requirements

Broad Spectrum
Claim only if it New Labeling
reaches 370nm Changes for FDA
Nothing Register
higher than Manufactures took
SPF 50+
effect on
Only “Water December 7th 2013
Resistant”, no
“Water Proof”

Test for 0 min 40


min & 80min
No Longer Legal to be
Manufactured Per FDA
“The agency currently
considers wipes, towelettes,
powders, body washes,
and shampoo not eligible
for the monograph.
Therefore, they cannot be
marketed without an
approved application”
http://www.fda.gov/forconsumers/cons
umerupdates/ucm258416.htm
FDA States Spray Sunscreens are Bad for Children
Contains up to 70% Denatured Alcohol “Poison”
The active ingredients have never been tested internally in the body.

Will cause
burns

Consumer Reports states about Spray


Sunscreens 07/02/2014:
“We now say that until the FDA completes its analysis, the
products should generally not be used by or on children”
Chemical vs. Physical Sunscreens
The FDA Approved ( 3 )Active
Ingredients for UVA protection

CHEMICAL PROTECTION

Avobenzone

PHYSICAL PROTECTION

Zinc Oxide

Titanium Dioxide
Dr. Oz Physical vs Chemical

“…lose as much as 90% of their


effectiveness in just an hour, so they
need to be reapplied often…”
“…Zinc Oxide and Titanium Dioxide, the
two minerals or Physical
Sunscreens…they sit on the surface of
the skin and physically block UVB & UVA
Rays.”
Watch THISVIDEO and see what he says
Chemical vs. Physical Sunscreens
“Avobenzone has been shown to
degrade significantly in light, resulting in
less protection over time.]The UV-A light
in a day of sunlight in a temperate
climate is sufficient to break down most
of the compound….The FDA indicates
a -36% change in avobenzone's UV
absorbance following one hour of
exposure to sunlight Thisdegradation
can be reduced by using a
photostabilizer, like octocrylene.”
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Avobenzone

Approximately 95% sunscreens are manufactured with Avobenzone


Skin Cancer Prevention
See your dermatologist or physician
every year for a professional skin exam.
Examine your skin head to toe every
month. Pay attention to your body, the
earlier the abnormal growth is treated
the less harm it willcause.
Cover up with UV protectant clothing,
wear 4 inch broad brimmed hats and
UV blocking sunglasses (UPFrating)

As the Australians always say:


SLIP Into a long sleeve shirt
SLAP On a Hat
Wear Sunscreen! SLOP On Sunscreen
UV Protective Clothing
 UPF –Ultraviolet Protection
Factor

 Determines the amount of UV


radiation that is being
absorbed or blocked from the
clothing

 UPF 50 =1/50th of the UV


radiation penetrating the
fabric

 The following features affect


the natural level of sun
protection provided by any
fabric
Weave Stretch Age
Color Wetness
Weight Content
Sun Protection Clothing
 Sun protective clothing is clothing specifically designed for sun
protection and is produced from a fabric rated for its level of
ultraviolet (UV) protection

 All fabrics disrupt UV radiation to some degree. Clothing that does the
best job carries an Ultraviolet Protection Factor (UPF) rating from 15
(good) to 50+ (excellent).

UPFRating Protection Category %UV radiation Blocked


UPF 15 - 24 Good 93.3 - 95.9
UPF 25 - 39 Very Good 96.0 - 97.4
UPF 40 - 50+ Excellent 97.5 - 99+
Sunglasses
Polarized UV Coated
 UVB & UVA Rays can cause cataracts and
burning of the skin around your eye.

 Polarized lens’ only block the glare from water


and snow.

 UV protectant sunglasses physically protect


against UVB & UVA Rays from the Sun.

 UV Lenses should meet ANSI Z80.3 blocking


requirements. (This refers to standards set by the
American National Standards Institute.)

 Look for lenses with “UV 400protection”


Older White Men at Greatest Risk
 Men spend more time outdoors exposed to UV radiation

 Men are less diligent about wearing sunscreen

 Men are less likely to perform self-skin exams or visit the


dermatologist

 Current melanoma incidence in older white males (65 and


older) is about 5 times that of the general population
Dangers of Skin Cancer are Everywhere

Airline Crews Gel Nails Drivers & Truckers


 Risk of Skin Cancer doubles  Exposure to UV Nail lights  Truck drivers develop Skin
with Pilots over long periods of time Cancer on left side of there
increase risk of Skin Cancer face and arms .
 A flight from LAX to JFK will
expose a pilot to the same  One of the most unnoticed  Windows, even tinted
radiation as a chest X-Ray. area where skin cancer windows only block a small
develops is under your finger amount of UVrays.
and toe nails
Dangers of Skin Cancer are Everywhere

Tanning Beds Tattoos in the Sun Transplant Patients


 If you use a tanning bed more  UVA Rays penetrate deep into  Transplant patients have a
than 6x’s – increase chance of the skin dispersing the higher risk for developing Skin
getting Skin Cancer by 76% tattooed ink Cancer compared to General
Public
 More than 170,000 cases of  Tattoos are amazing works of
non-melanoma skin cancer in art that can easily fade over  The frequency at which
the US each year are time without proper sun Squamous Cell Carcinoma
associated with indoor protection. Always use a Zinc occursin transplant patients is
tanning. Oxide Sunscreen 65 times greater than the
general population.
Sunscreen & Vitamin D
Vitamin D supports calcium
absorption in the body that
promotes healthy bones & the
body’s immune system.

How long do you have to be in the


sun before you reach your
maximum Vitamin D daily intake?

Just 5-10 minutes a day –MAX


vitamin D intake
Skin Damage Myths
1. Teens and young adults can afford to tan and burn 4. Getting a base tan before a vacation
since people don’t develop skin cancer until they are can help protect you from getting a
much older. sunburn.
a. False they couldn’t be further from the d. False a tan is your skins reaction to
truth, ages 15 to 29 are the most common DNA damage from UV rays`. When
ages to begin to develop skin cancer. your skin tans it is producing
melanin which is how it protects
2. You can’t tan or burn on a cloudy day so you don’t against further damage. This is the
need sun protection. equivalent to a SPF 4, there is no
b. False some 80% of the suns UV rays can such thing as a healthy tan
penetrate rain and fog so you need to
practice sun protection on overcast days. 5. Indoor tanning is safer than outdoor tanning
e. False, Indoor tanning and tanning
3. People who tan easily or have naturally dark skin don’t outside are equally dangerous. Artificial UV
have to worry about skin cancer. rays from indoor tanning beds are typically
c. False while having fair skin and red or stronger than actual UV rays from the sun
blonde hair puts you at a higher risk of skin
cancer all skin tones can develop skin
cancer.
POP QUIZ
4. How long should one 8oz bottle of SPF 30
1. When is the sun damaging to the skin? sunscreen last for one person?
a. One week
a. All day everyday b. A long weekend at the beach
b. When you’re outside for more than an hour c. An entire summer
c. If you get burned d. One day at the beach
d. Only when itssunny
5. What is the difference between UVA & UVB
rays?
2. More than 90% of the visible changes commonly a. Nothing
attributed to skin aging are caused by the Sun. b. Both are damaging but UVA damages
a. True deeper layers of skin
b. False c. UVA causes the skin toburn
d. UVA isn’t damaging it is UVB because its
causes your skin to burn
3. The darker your skin the moreyour protected 6. Melanoma is the Second most common form of
from the sun? skin cancer for young people 15 to 29 years old.
a. True a. Yes
b. False b. No

1.A 2. True 3. False 4. B 5. B 6.A


Complying with International Standards
FDA
United Stated for FullBroad
Spectrum

ISO24442
International Determination of
UVA Protection Factor

ISO24443
International Determination of
Critical Wavelength Protection

ISO24444
International Standards for SPF
Determination of Sunscreen

Passed ASTM D120 compliant


Industrial Sunscreen complies with worldwide Sunscreen and Arc Flash Utilities Testing
standards and is able to be sold throughout the world
Heat Stress
According to the Mayo Clinic one major way to prevent Heat Stress is to Avoid
sunburn. Having a sunburn reduces your body's ability to rid itself of heat. They
recommend applying a mineral based Broad Spectrum Sunscreen SPF 30+ before
heading outside.

Heat Stress WarningSigns Ways to Avoid Heat Stress


Profuse Sweating Limit Physical Activity in theSun
Nausea or vomiting Use Mineral Sunscreen SPF30+
Paleness or Headache Seek Cooler Places
Dizziness Drink 2-5x more water
Fast, Shallow breaths Take Precautions with
Medications
Muscle Weakness orCramps
Wear lightweight, light-colored
Rapid Pulse
clothing
Let Your Body Acclimate to the
Heat
Surgeon General Issues SkinCancer
Warning July 30th 2014
The U.S. Surgeon General issued a “Call to Action” describing
Skin Cancer as a “major public health problem.”

He also stated “We have public health issues, and we want


people to contribute their part to making things better.
Examples include employers who have OUTDOOR WORKERS.
What can they do to decrease the amount of UV exposure to
their workers? Its about the induction of shady areas,
educating their workers and making sure they use protection.
Its hats, its SUNSCREEN.”

We have to change the social view that tanned skin is good


and healthy when in reality tanned skin is damaged skin.
In conclusion we believe the
outside worker should have

A 4 inch brimmed hat


Wear Clothes with UPF of 25-39
Wear UV400 Sunglasses
Provide a Full Broad Spectrum Physical Sunscreen