Laser Safety Fundamentals

Laser Safety Fundamentals

Lasers are ubiquitous in today’s society. From DVD players to laser light shows, laser range finders to kilowatt laser cutting machines: lasers and their hazards can be seen in many areas inside and outside of the work environment. Lasers are used in many different industries, including healthcare, manufacturing and research. The use of lasers presents several risks from both exposures to the beam as well as exposures to ancillary non-beam hazards. Even though EH&S professionals should have a basic understanding of the operation, hazards, and controls meant to prevent laser-associated injuries, it is challenging for safety professionals to gain exposure to these concepts. This PDC is designed to provide you with information about basic laser safety concepts.

0.4 CEUs available for those who complete the course. Eligible for CM, COC, CMP credits (hours, points,etc.). Learn more

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Features

On-Demand Training Modules

Short instructional videos guide through the learning objectives for each course.

Interactive Activities and Assessments

Test what you learned by answering questions, completing short assignments, or completing a fun activity.

Flexible

Easily access On-Demand modules when it convenient for you. Pick up where you left off.

Instructor Access

Q&A forums allow you to ask the instructor questions and get feedback on assignments.

Earn Credit

Eligible for CEUs and/or CM, COC, and CMP credit.

PURCHASE $129 - 45 Day Access

 

Laser Safety Fundamentals Self-Paced PDC Details

 

Purpose

This self-paced course is designed to provide OESH professionals with an introduction to fundamental laser safety concepts that might be useful in environments where lasers are used.

Course Expectations

  • Videos and other learning aids are provided for self-paced learning. Course activities may include but are not limited to practice activities, multiple-choice quizzes, and small group activities. These activities are designed to engage participants and to assist in the retention of presented information.
  • Access to all course activities and materials are available for 45 days from the paid registration date through the Bowen EHS® Member Center.

Course Objectives

Upon completion, participants should be able to: 

  1. Describe the process for laser generation.
  2. Compare and contrast the hazards associated with different classes of lasers.
  3. Provide one example of a beam hazard and non-beam hazard.
  4. List appropriate controls for different laser hazards.

Credit

This course contains 4 hours of instruction. 0.4 CEUs are offered for this course.

As an IACET Accredited Provider, Bowen Learning Network offers CEUs for its programs that qualify under the ANSI/IACET Standard.

Eligible for BGC CM hours, BCSP COC points, IHMM CMP credit, and more.

For more details on certification and recertification credit, please visit How many points/credits/hours is a course worth?

 

Notices and Requirements


Proprietary Interest

Bowen EHS may have a proprietary interest in the products, instruments, devices, services or materials discussed in this course.

Completion Requirements

Participants must complete the following items to receive a Certificate of Completion:

  1. View all videos and complete all activities.
  2. Complete the course evaluation.

No certificate will be awarded to participants who do not meet the above completion requirements.

Computer Requirements

The Bowen EHS® Member Center requires a web browser (i.e. Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Apple Safari, Microsoft Edge, etc.) that can handle web standards and Javascript well. The best results come from using an up-to-date browser.

 

PURCHASE $129 - 45 Day Access