Redimed Healthcare Group and Perth’s Outback Splash are teaming up to promote the importance of staying safe in the sun this summer, through the #SunSafeSummer campaign.
Skin cancer rates in Australia are the highest in the world, so it is clear that sun protection messages are simply not working. And with 2 in 3 Australians affected by skin cancer every year, sun protection has never been more important.
Initiated by Redimed Healthcare, the #SunSafeSummer campaign offers a simple guide for all Australians, to remind us to SLIP, SLOP, SLAP, SEEK and SLIDE when preparing for fun in the sun. The newest components of the guide direct us to SEEK some shade, and SLIDE on some sunglasses for added protection from the harmful sun.
After recently opening four new waterslides, Perth’s Outback Splash is set to host families throughout summer, and has jumped on board to promote this important message within the park.
“Perth’s Outback Splash is committed to providing a fun, unforgettable and safe family day out. Don’t forget to SLIP, SLOP, SLAP, SEEK and SLIDE before you slide this summer” – Paul Woodcock, CEO, Perth’s Outback Splash.
Are you ready for fun in the sun? Visit www.sunsafesummer.com.au for your guide to staying safe in the sun, along with other important information, and stories from the likes of former AFL and WAFL footballer Gary Buckenara.
And if you are planning to try the newest waterslides at Perth’s Outback Splash this summer, tickets can be purchased at www.outbacksplash.com.au. Upon entry, be sure to pick up your #SunSafeSummer fridge magnet guide, and snap a selfie with #SunSafeSanta!
When it comes to skin cancer, don’t wait until it’s too late – book a skin check-up today at www.molepatrol.com.au.