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02 Oct 2023

Protecting workers from being left “red-handed”

Protecting workers from being left “red-handed”

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Occupational dermatitis - inflammation of the skin resulting from exposure to irritating or allergenic substances or other physical factors – is a workplace health & safety (WHS) risk. Many of the chemicals and products used in industry (including acids and solvents, petroleum products, synthetic rubber and cement) can cause a strong reaction on the skin.

Prevention of occupational dermatitis should include the implementation of a proper skin care program that involves many components including the correct use of skin protection (gloves) as well as the proper use of skin care products.  This is where SC Johnson Professional - a global manufacturer of industrial & institutional skin care, cleaning, and hygiene products – steps in, offering a wide range of solutions that help workers maintain a healthy skin condition and help protect the skin against workplace substances. 

SC Johnson Professional will be exhibiting at the upcoming Workplace Health and Safety Show, where they will showcase their four-step skincare system for, construction, manufacturing, mining, energy, infrastructure, transport, food service, education, aged-care & child-care sectors.

“SC Johnson Professional is committed to the creation of safe and healthy environments for Australia’s workforce. We’re delighted to have SC Johnson Professional exhibiting at the Workplace Health and Safety Show, where we’ll also unpack the latest health and safety legislation, safety technology and best practices,” 

Learn more about the Workplace Health and Safety Show

The Workplace Health & Safety Show is Australia's largest free-to-attend exhibition and conference dedicated to health and safety. Packed full of exhibits, live demos, seminars, workshops, networking - and attended by thousands of health and safety professionals - this all-encompassing event provides the knowledge, tools, resources and connections you need to strengthen your safety culture and improve performance and engagement.

Supported by the Australian Institute of Health & Safety, the event attracts thousands of professionals responsible for occupational health and safety and workforce wellbeing at Australia’s largest companies and worksites, including safety, health and environmental buyers and end-users to safety resellers and retailers, senior executives and HSE professionals, people and culture professionals, contractors as well as safety managers and supervisors.

When and where:

  • Wednesday 22 – Thursday 23 May 2024 Melbourne, Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre
  • Wednesday 23 - Thursday 24 October 2024, Sydney Showground, Olympic Park

Interested professionals can view the Workplace Health and Safety Show program and complete their free registration here.

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