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Laser Safety Training - Level 3
Laser Safety Officer

Laser danger sign - person with the competence to analyze the risk and reduce it

14 hours (2 days)

Laser Safety Officer training is the answer to directive 2006/25/ec and EN 60825-1, which stipulates that employers using lasers of classes above 2M must have a person with the appropriate competence to ensure the safety of their employees.

 

Our program prepares you fully for these responsibilities:

1° Risk assessment: actively participate in assessing the risks incurred by workers working around laser machines or devices.

2° Implementation of safety measures: take all necessary steps to ensure the health and safety of workers working near class 1-4 lasers.

3° Continuous improvement: promote continuous improvement in risk prevention by analyzing work situations.

 

Laser Protect's Laser Safety Officer training meets the requirements of international and European standards, as well as the French Labor Code.

Course price: €1300 excl.

Format : visio-conference

Language: French or English

Next inter-session :

Personnel working near laser devices and having access to radiation levels above the exposure limit value, responsible for their own safety and that of others

Examples: HSE manager, safety engineer, laser manufacturers or laser machines

Requirements: none

Accessible for people with health conditions or impairments : people with reduced mobility can profit from comfort of their normal working environment thanks to our video-training; our real-life subtitles make it possible to follow the course by those that are hard of hearing. In Laser Protect we adapt our means of service for more inclusive environment.

Training program

Our

Expertise

1.

Introduction to Risks in Our Daily Lives

  • Presentation of the risks associated with lasers in everyday life.

  • Illustration with concrete examples of laser-related incidents.

  • Introduction to training objectives.

2.

Laser characteristics

  • In-depth understanding of the characteristics of laser light.

  • Examination of theoretical operating principles and manufacturing techniques.

  • Exploration of infrared and ultraviolet lasers, and their fields of application.

3.

Laser Classes

  • Detailed classification of lasers according to their power and associated risks.

  • Practical examples of equipment corresponding to each class.

4.

Biological effects

  • Analysis of the physiological effects of lasers on the eyes and skin.

  • Discussion of short- and long-term thermal and photochemical effects.

  • Statistics on laser-related accidents and electrical, chemical and fire hazards.

  • Warning against the dangers of specular and diffuse reflections.

5.

Collective and individual protection

  • Presentation of preventive measures.

  • Importance of signage and lighting on the premises.

  • Detailed explanations of safety instructions and criteria for choosing personal protective equipment (PPE).

6.

Regulations and standards

  • Overview of the regulations.

  • Explore laser safety standards to ensure compliance with current legislation.

7.

MPE (maximum permissible exposure) – Continuous and Pulsed Laser

  • Find out how to assess the risks associated with exposure to lasers, whether continuous or pulsed.

  • Tutorials of EMP calculations

8.

Nominal eye hazard distance

  • Concept of the nominal eye hazard distance and importance in laser safety.

  • Tutorial : Learn how to calculate and use this distance to maintain a safe working environment.

9.

Classifying a laser – accessible emission limit (AEL)

  • Know how to classify lasers according to the Accessible Emission Limit (AEL)

  • Risk Management: Learn how this classification contributes to effective laser risk management, protecting workers and ensuring regulatory compliance.

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