Sun protection is a recognised hazard in the workplace. Employers have a duty of care to protect their workers from over-exposure to UV while at work – this may include fitting vehicles with UV protective film.
- Cancer Council (2018), Skin cancer and outdoor work: A work health and safety guide, https://www.cancersa.org.au/assets/images/pdfs/cut-my-risk/Skin%20Cancer%20and%20Outdoor%20Work%20Booklet_WEB_A4.pdf
- NRSPP & Cancer Council (2019), NRSPP Thought Leadership: Stop Deaths, And Compensation Claims – Make Sun Protection A Priority At Work, https://www.nrspp.org.au/resources/nrspp-thought-leadership-stop-deaths-and-compensation-claims-make-sun-protection-a-priority-at-work/
- SunSmart (2013), Victorian employers urged to protect outdoor workers – SunSmart, https://www.sunsmart.com.au/about/media-campaigns/media-releases/2013-media-releases/victorian-employers-urged-to-protect-outdoor-workers.html
- Cancer Council, Fact Sheet – Tinted Windows – National Cancer Control Policy, https://wiki.cancer.org.au/policy/Position_statement_-_Tinted_windows