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Service 1: Skin Condition Audit (SCA)


What is an SCA?                 

  • A skin measurement process assessing the condition of workers’ hands and providing individual feedback.
  • Provides an anonymised report for employers detailing the skin condition of their workers on a group level.

How does the SCA work?                

  • Trained skin care advisors meet workers individually and take five different types of skin condition measurements.
  • Consultations last 5 – 7 minutes.
  • Around 50 workers can be assessed per day.

Who will take part in the SCA?

  • Those workers likely to be in contact with potentially irritating substances and at risk of having poor skin condition.
  • All appropriate workers, or a proportion that is statistically representative of the whole site or company.

What is the benefit?

  • Provides individual workers with a simple skin condition assessment and advice on how to reduce their risk of potential skin problems.
  • Employers gain an understanding of the overall skin condition of their workers via a Skin Condition Index rating, providing an evidence-based assessment of risk and baseline.
  • Repeat audits (every 6-12 months) to allow workers and employers to monitor and evaluate skin condition, revising practices and procedures as appropriate to minimise the consequences poor skin condition.