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Cancer Council SA is joining with the Adelaide Strikers to encourage South Aussies to slip, slop, slap, seek and slide this summer.

Overexposure to UV radiation from the sun can damage your skin’s DNA, which can lead to skin cancer.

That’s why this summer it’s so important to slip, slop, slap, seek and slide whenever the UV is 3 and above—whether it’s heading to Adelaide Oval to watch the Strikers, cheering on the kids at their local cricket game or heading to the beach with family and friends—we all need to be SunSmart.

For more information about how to protect your skin and enjoy summer safely visit www.cancersa.org.au/dont-let-the-sun-see-your-dna.

SunSmart resources

To support you, your family and your cricket club, we’ve pulled together a range of downloadable resources to help you be SunSmart and enjoy summer safely.

To order hard copy resources order online, phone Cancer Council 13 11 20 or click on images below to download.

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Checklist

Use this checklist to help you plan for a SunSmart event this cricket season

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Posters

Are you SunSmart?

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Think UV not heat

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UV Chart - Protect yourself in five ways when the UV is 3 and above

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Brochures

SunSmart on the go

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10 myths about sun protection

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How much sun is enough?

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How to check for skin cancers - tear-off pad

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