Laser Safety

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  1. How do I get authorized to use a laser?

    Please go to the UC Learning Center  and enroll in the course titled "EHS 301- Laser Safety Initial."  If you have questions, contact us at ehstrain@berkeley.edu. Review and sign the applicable laser standard operating procedure (SOP). Ensure th ...

  2. How do I register my new laser?

    Laser Use Authorization Procedure All Class 3B or 4 lasers systems are required to be registered. If you are unsure of your status, please contact Eddie Ciprazo, campus laser safety officer at lso@berkeley.edu or (510) 643-9243. Laser pointers, Class 1, C ...

  3. How do I get training in laser safety?

    If you are not already on a Laser User Registration (LUR): Please go to the  UC Learning Center and enroll in the course titled "EHS 301- Laser Safety Initial." If you are unable to access the UC Learning Center using the link above, please subm ...

  4. Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for Lasers

      Laser Standard Operating Procedure Template (PDF) FAP Coherent Laser System (Polarizer) SOP (PDF) Laser Safety ...

  5. Non-Ionizing Radiation Sources (Non-Laser)

    All Class 3B and 4 lasers on the campus must be registered with the UC Berkeley Non-Ionizing Radiation Safety Program. The Office of Environment, Health & Safety (EH&S) administers this program for the UC Berkeley Non-Ionizing Radiation Safety Com ...

  6. How do I get a laser SOP template?

    Please see: Laser Standard Operating Procedure template   Laser Safety ...

  7. Non-Ionizing Radiation Safety (non-laser)

    The modern world is full of devices which, either directly or indirectly, act as sources of non-ionizing radiation (NIR). These sources produce NIR in the electromagnetic spectrum of wavelengths/frequencies ranging from 100 nm to static fields. Many NIR s ...

  8. Non-Ionizing Radiation Safety Manual

    Table of Contents Introduction Electromagnetic Spectrum (Chart) Non-Ionizing Radiation Safety Policy Applicable Regulatory Standards & Guidelines Understanding and Evaluating NIR Hazards Non-Coherent Light Source Safety (Module #1) Microwave/RF Radiat ...

  9. NIR Manual- Appendix E Bylaws of the Non-Ionizing Radiation Safety Committee

    Appendix A Bylaws of the Non-Ionizing Radiation Safety Committee (NIRSC) (06/04/01) 1. Authority and Responsibility The Non-Ionizing Radiation Safety Committee (the Committee) is appointed by the Chancellor or his designee (the Vice-chancellor for Researc ...

  10. NIR Manual- Appendix A EH&S Contact Information

    UC Berkeley Radiation Safety is always available for consultation and/or assessment of NIR hazards. If you have questions or need assistance with NIR issues please contact Radiation Safety at the numbers below: Office  (8- 12 noon and 1- 5 pm- Monday thro ...

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