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What do I need to know about the basic site styles?

The light blue has been replaced with #0079AD as this will pass AA accessibility. This was chosen on the testing tool, by darkening the brand blue untill it passed on a white background.

What does sking cancer look like?

There are three main types of skin cancer. This most serious is melanoma.

Melanoma (heading level 3)

Cancer

Like all body tissues our skin is made up of cells: basal cells, squamous cells and melanocytes.

  • A = asymmetry, look for spots that are asymmetrial not round
  • B = border, looks for spots with uneven borders
  • C = colour, look for spots with an unusual or uneven colour
    • 1 - look hard
    • 2 - look really hard
    • 3 - get someone to look for you
  • D = diameter, look for spots that are larger than 7mm

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Skin cancer mostly appears as a new and unusual looking spot. It may also appear as an existing spot that has changed colour, size  or shape.

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Training type Summary Time Cost
Standard UV Safety Training Session

A focus on UV as an OHS hazard, UV risk assessment and reduction, skin cancer prevention and early detection.

Resources for employers and workers are provided.

60 minutes $550 (+ $50 for each additinal half hour)
Standard UV Safety Training Session

A focus on UV as an OHS hazard, UV risk assessment and reduction, skin cancer prevention and early detection.

60 minutes $550 (+ $50 for each additinal half hour)

Button styles

Primary buttons - application button class:

Primary button

Secondary buttons - secondary button class:

Secondary button

Colours used

  • Brand dark blue: #0F1E64
  • Brand light blue (adjusted for accessibility): #0079AD
  • Text/copy grey: #717074
  • Grey lines: #e0e0e1
  • Lighter grey lines: #f0f0f0
  • Seconday button background grey: #eee
  • Orange (blockquote border): #fe9b37
  • Footer background: #f5f5f5
  • Footer copy: #4c4c4c

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