Laser Safety

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  1. Laser Safety Signs

    Laser hazard signs must be conspicuously posted to warn onlookers of the potential hazard. The appropriate warning or danger sign shall be posted at the entryway(s) and, if deemed necessary by the LSO, should also be posted within the laser-controlled are ...

  2. 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 ...

  3. 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 ...

  4. 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 ...

  5. Laser Safety Equipment Vendors

    Laser Protective Eyewear Vendors Honeywell (Sperian)- http://www.honeywellsafety.com/USA/Laser/ Kentek- http://www.kenteklaserstore.com/ Laservision USA- https://www.lasersafety.com/ NOIR- http://noirlaser.com/ Laser Curtains, Barriers, Guards, etc. Rockw ...

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