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THE BASIC SUN PROTECTION MESSAGES Figure 2: Recommended sun protection scheme with simple “sound bite” messages Figure 3: Examples of UVI graphics UV I N D E X 1 UV I N D E X 2 UV I N D E X 3 UV I N D E X 4 UV I N D E X 5 UV I N D E X 6 UV I N D E X 7 UV I N D E X 8 UV I N D E X 9 UV I N D E X 10 UV I N D E X 11+ NO PROTECTION REQUIRED PROTECTION REQUIRED EXTRA PROTECTION You can safely stay outside! (...) Above the threshold value of 3, protection is necessary, and this message should be reinforced at UVI values of 8 and above. UV I N D E X 1 UV I N D E X 2 UV I N D E X 3 UV I N D E X 4 UV I N D E X 5 UV I N D E X 6 UV I N D E X 7 UV I N D E X 8 UV I N D E X 9 UV I N D E X 10 UV I N D E X 11+ 1110 Specific colours should be used for presenting the solar UVI. (...) The damage is done by UV radiation, which is not seen or felt – so don’t be fooled by mild temperatures.
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Score: 1572985.3 - https://www.who.int/uv/publications/en/UVIGuide.pdf
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The SunSmart Global UV app provides five-day UV and weather forecasts at searchable locations. (...) It provides personalized options so that users can take actions to protect prolonged, excessive UV exposure, a major cause of skin cancer and other UV related diseases. (...) UV Index The app is based on the UV Index, which describes the level of solar UV radiation at the earth’s surface.
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Score: 1383881.25 - https://public.wmo.int/en/medi...unsmart-global-uv-app-launched
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It is available in the WMO’s official languages. UV Index The App is based on the UV Index (UVI), which describes the level of solar UV radiation at the Earth's surface. (...) The Maximum UV Index is at the solar noon when the sun is highest in the sky. Adapting outdoor activities and using sun protection are recommended staring at UV Index 3. UV damage is accumulative and even at low levels UV can be harmful when exposed for long periods.
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Score: 1378806.4 - https://public.wmo.int/en/medi...-supports-new-sun-smart-uv-app
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  « What makes this App unique is that it provides behavioural prompts to reduce the risks associated with UV exposure based on current UV levels in any location,” says WMO Secretary-General Prof. (...) It is currently available in the six WMO’s official languages. UV Index The App is based on the UV Index (UVI), which describes the level of solar UV radiation at the Earth's surface. (...) Adapting outdoor activities and using sun protection are recommended staring at UV Index 3. UV damage is accumulative and even at low levels UV can be harmful when exposed for long periods.
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Score: 1378261.3 - https://public.wmo.int/en/medi...-uv-app-protects-public-health
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The SunSmart Global UV app provides five-day UV and weather forecasts at searchable locations. (...) UV Index The app is based on the UV Index, which describes the level of solar UV radiation at the earth’s surface. (...) Adapting outdoor activities and using sun protection are recommended when the UV Index is 3 or above. UV damage is cumulative and UV can be harmful when people are exposed for long periods – even at low levels.
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Score: 1377854.7 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...sun-and-promotes-public-health
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Current evidence indicates that personal habits in relation to sun exposure constitute the most important individual risk factor for UV radiation damage. The UV Index is an important vehicle to raise public awareness of the risks of excessive exposure to UV radiation, and to alert people about the need to adopt protective measures. (...) Step 1: Find out today’s UV Index Step 2: Check out the recommended sun protection. UV index   Action 0 to 2 You can safely enjoy being outside!
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Score: 1374294.4 - https://www.who.int/news-room/...ion-the-ultraviolet-(uv)-index
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Score: 1364701.8 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ..._files/pdfs/Res_Dec10A_109.pdf
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Score: 1364701.8 - https://www.itu.int/wftp3/Publ..._files/pdfs/Res_Dec10A_112.pdf
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About us Ultraviolet radiation (UV) Section navigation Non-ionizing radiation  Ultraviolet radiation  Electromagnetic fields and public health  Research on radiofrequency fields Tool SunSmart Global UV App  SunSmart Global UV App is a free application for mobile devices that describes the level of solar UV radiation at a specific location. It also provides time slots when to apply sun protection measures, in an effort to reduce the global burden of skin cancer and UV-related eye damage.      Questions and answers Radiation: The ultraviolet (UV) index Radiation: The ultraviolet (UV) index Radiation: Protecting against skin cancer Radiation: Protecting against skin cancer Radiation: Effects of ultraviolet (UV) radiation on the skin, eyes and immune system Radiation: Effects of ultraviolet (UV) radiation on the skin, eyes and immune system Radiation: Ultraviolet (UV) radiation and skin cancer Radiation: Ultraviolet (UV) radiation and skin cancer Radiation: Ultraviolet (UV) radiation Radiation: Ultraviolet (UV) radiation Radiation: Sunbeds Radiation: Sunbeds Infographics All → Infographic The UV index is an indicator of when the sun is most dangerous Infographic SunSmart Global UV App can be used to help protect yourself when you are outside Infographic UV from the sun causes over 1.5 million skin cancers every year Data GHO: Exposure to solar ultraviolet (UV) radiation WHO © Credits Global UV Project INTERSUN programme Publications All → 24 April 2022 The effect of occupational exposure to solar ultraviolet radiation on malignant skin melanoma and non-melanoma... (...) Evidence of harm associated with overexposure to UV has been demonstrated... Download Read More Related events 5th International Conference on UV & Skin Cancer 7-9 September 2021, Virtual Conference 6th European IRPA Congress 30 May-3 June 2022, Budapest, Hongary Resources Environmental Health Criteria (EHC) 160: Ultraviolet radiation OzonAction Education Pack for Primary Schools Contact Please send us an e-mail to  [email protected] t Regions Africa Americas Eastern Mediterranean Europe South-East Asia Western Pacific Policies Cyber security Ethics Permissions and licensing Preventing sexual exploitation Terms of use About us Careers Library Procurement Publications Frequently asked questions Contact us Subscribe to our newsletters Privacy Legal Notice © 2022 WHO
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Score: 1364604.9 - https://www.who.int/teams/envi...ionizing/ultraviolet-radiation
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UV radiation comes naturally from the sun, but it can also be created by artificial sources used in industry, commerce and recreation. (...) The goals of the programme including providing practical and sound advice on the health and environmental impacts of UV exposure, to encourage countries to take action to reduce UV-induced health risks and to provide guidance to national authorities about sun awareness programmes. To this end, the programme collaborates with experts and specialist agencies to implement key research activities, identifies and quantifies health risks from UV radiation, develops reliable predictions of health and environmental consequences of changes in UV exposure with stratospheric ozone depletion, and develops practical ways of monitoring change in UV-induced health effects over time.
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Score: 1360786.8 - https://www.who.int/health-topics/ultraviolet-radiation
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