Skin Cancer Awareness in Construction/Service Webinar

March 31, 2017

Skin Cancer has become a major concern in the mechanical construction and service industry. Every year more than 5 million cases of skin cancer are treated nationwide. The vast majority of skin cancer cases are attributed to (UV) Radiation from the sun. Working in the sun unprotected substantially increases the risk of developing skin cancer. To find out more about how to help your fitters, plumbers, and service techs protect themselves from skin cancer, please join us for a free one-hour webinar on May 3rd from 1:30 to 2:30 Eastern Time. The presenter is  friend, colleague, and former MCAA staffer Cheryl Stratos. The host of the webinar is long-time partner in safety… CNA.

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