TAL SpotChecker

Enjoy a sun-safe summer with a free professional skin check

At TAL, we're always thinking of new ways to protect every aspect of this Australian life, and helping Australians understand sun safety is one of them. Skin cancer is one of Australia’s most common cancers, with almost 14,000 people estimated to be affected this year, but it is also one of the most easily detectable and preventable*.

Getting your skin checked annually by a professional is not only important, but it’s a quick and simple way to identify any irregular spots and research shows that if detected early, melanoma can be effectively treated.

TAL is committed to supporting more Australians detect and prevent skin cancer, and through TAL SpotChecker we’ll be providing free skin checks from skin cancer doctors at some of Australia's most iconic locations this summer.

* Source: Australian Institute for Health and Welfare

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Select your location

Find a TAL SpotChecker near you. We’ll be in Sydney, the Gold Coast, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth from December 2017 to February 2018.

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Book your free 15 minute professional skin check online.

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Get your skin check

Come along to TAL SpotChecker for your appointment and get your skin checked for free by our professional skin specialists.

TAL SpotChecker is national

We’re proud to be a national major partner of the Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia (RFDS).

Together, RFDS and TAL aim to provide over 27,000 Australians across the country with a free professional skin check by the end of 2018.

Skin cancer prevention

Why do I need a professional skin check?

Living in Australia we have one of the highest incidences of melanoma in the world*, but when melanoma is detected early your chances for successful treatment are increased. In addition to regular self-checks, professional skin checks are key to helping with early detection.

* Cancer Council Australia, 2017.

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