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  1. 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 ...

  2. 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 ...

  3. NiR Manual- Appendix B Emergency Response Procedure

    In the event of an accident involving an NIR source, immediately do the following: Using caution first shut down the source of the NIR radiation and then lock out/tag out the power supply. Provide for the safety of personnel (first aid, evacuation, etc.) ...

  4. NIR Manual- Appendix C Microwave Oven Safety Guidelines

    Do not operate the oven if it is damaged or does not operate properly. It is imperative that the oven door seals properly and that there is no damage to the door seal, hinges, latches, or oven surfaces. Ovens used for food preparation must be cleaned on a ...

  5. NIR Manual- Appendix F Design of NIR Warning Signs

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  6. NIR Manual- Appendix D Useful NIR Formulas

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  7. Campus Laser Pointer Guidelines

    Class 2 or 3R laser pointers used for classroom instruction or presentations shall be operated under these guidelines. Class 3B and Class 4 laser devices shall not be used in instruction or presentations. The Non-Ionizing Radiation Safety Committee has ap ...

  8. Laser Safety Forms and Templates

    Laser Use Authorization Form (PDF) Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) Laser Template (Word) Laser Safety Inspection Form (PDF)   Laser Safety ...

  9. 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 ...

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