Trench has a great working business relationship with a WA based skin screening organisation that provides excellence in skin cancer detection and prevention. We have received excellent feedback from our clients who have utilised our provider’s services at their metro and regional offices.
Our providers use state-of-the-art technology to identify and map lesions on each patient. This superior technology enables their practitioners to identify skin changes on a sub-surface level, increasing their ability to identify melanomas and other skin cancers at a very early stage. Skin cancers are generally categorised into three common types; Melanoma, Basal Cell Carcinoma and Squamous Cell Carcinoma. A fourth category is also identified as Pre-Cancerous Solar Keratosis.
Skin Checks for your Workplace
Trench will do everything for you to arrange the screenings onsite at your workplace. Including securing screening times/days, design of promotional material, set up an online booking system and provide you with a post screening report. With a standard consultation lasting around 15 minutes, employee downtime is minimised so there is very little disruption to the organisation.
Our providers have highly qualified women practitioners, to alleviate any employee hesitancy of attending a screening due to feeling uncomfortable about their body image. All that is required is a private meeting room allowing staff to feel confident to be screened in their underwear. Each individual receives a comprehensive on the spot report when screened. Upon completion of the service your company will receive a final risk assessment report detailing the results of group screenings and identifies any areas of risk that may require immediate action.
Here’s What Our Clients Had to Say…
Main Roads WA recently engaged Trench Health to provide the Skin Cancer Screening service for our Metro located staff. The initial proposal was very thorough and detailed exactly what was included in the service. Promotional material and factual data with regard to skin cancer was provided to us for circulation leading up to the screenings and links provided to an online booking service.
The online booking service was simple to use and allowed people to view the availability and make an appointment for a day and time that suited them. They received an email confirmation of their appointment after booking and a reminder a couple of days prior to their appointment. This service was invaluable and saved on resources being consumed with the booking process.
Each participant completed a questionnaire prior to their appointment and this information regarding demographics and sun smart behaviour and exposure was provided in the form of a report along with results from the screenings that can be used for future education.