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Laser Safety Manual Program

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Laser Safety Manual Program

Table of Contents

  1. Introduction
  2. Manual organization
  3. Safety precautions for class  and  lasers
  4. Class  (eye and specular reflection hazard)
  5. Class  (fire, eye and skin hazard, diffuse reflection hazard)
  6. Laser inventory form
  7. Section  : laser safety program
  8. Individual laser users
  9. Principal investigators
  10. Laser safety committee (lsc)
  11. Laser safety officer (lso)
  12. Environmental health and safety (eh&s)
  13. Purchasing
  14. Medical surveillance
  15. Section : classification and control
  16. Hazard classification
  17. The four laser hazard classes, along with their subdivisions, are:
  18. Laser hazard classes
  19. Maximum permissible exposure
  20. Nominal hazard zone (nhz)
  21. Laser hazard control measures
  22. Control measures for the laser hazard classes
  23. Engineering controls
  24. Administrative controls
  25. Developmental guidelines for a laser safety procedure
  26. Beam alignment
  27. Non-beam hazard considerations
  28. Training
  29. Authorized operating personnel list
  30. Service personnel training
  31. Indoor laser controlled area
  32. Warning signs and labels
  33. Personal protective equipment
  34. Factors common to laser accidents
  35. Section : non-beam hazards
  36. Electrical
  37. General guidelines on electrical safety
  38. Capacitors
  39. Explosion
  40. Fire
  41. Optical radiation (other than laser beam)
  42. Ionizing radiation
  43. Gas safety
  44. Dyes and solutions
  45. Precautions for handling dyes/solvents
  46. Additional precautions for dye work with moderate (“m”) controls
  47. Additional precautions for dye work with strict (“s”) controls
  48. Other considerations
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Description

Laser Safety Manual Program

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The Laser Safety Manual describes Your Company Name’s laser safety program and provides guidance for the safe use of lasers and laser systems. Your Company Name has adopted the elements of this program to assist researchers in conducting work with lasers as safely as possible while also meeting reasonable and legally defensible standards of precaution in the use of lasers. The program is intended to minimize record keeping, follow accepted good practices, and provide useful resource materials for laser users. Comments on the program and manual content are always welcome and may be addressed to either the Laser Safety Officer or the Laser Safety Committee. The information contained in this manual is based on the American National Standard for the Safe Use of Lasers, ANSI Z136.1-2000. Although the Z136.1 standard is frequently cited in this manual, for more thorough guidance the complete standard should be reviewed.