Australian Government Department of Health
Put on a broad-brimmed hat that shades your face and neckWear sun protective clothing that covers as much of your body as possibleSeek shadeWear wrap-around sunglassesApply SPF30+ broad spectrum water resistant sunscreen every two hours
PROTECT YOURSELF IN FIVE WAYS FROM SKIN CANCER

Radio commercial: Stapler


Stapler (MP3 1175 KB large file)

Stapler script (PDF 9 KB)

SFX: Stapler

VO: This is the sound of a surgical stapler used to close a wound after operating. In this case, I’ve removed a melanoma.
Spending time in the sun unprotected puts you at risk, whether it’s at the beach,

SFX: Stapler

VO: the park,

SFX: Stapler

VO: or the backyard.

SFX: Stapler

VO: So always protect yourself in five ways with a hat, clothing, shade, sunglasses and sunscreen. Do that out there, to avoid ending up in here.

Authorised by The Australian Government, Canberra. Spoken by J Thompson.

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