• Kentek’s online laser safety micro courses are designed to provide focused and specific information on a narrow area of laser safety.  This laser safety micro course will review a history of laser accidents, discuss laser injuries of the eye and skin and discuss specific examples of past incidents.
  • Kentek’s online laser safety micro courses are designed to provide focused and specific information on a narrow area of laser safety.  This laser safety micro course serves as refresher training for existing Laser Safety Officers and will address key points needed to know in how to interpret Section 4 – Control Measures of ANSI Z136.1 “Safe Use of Lasers” standard.  Information and examples of fully enclosed to fully open beam paths and how to best control them are covered as well as safe laser beam alignment practices.  This micro course will benefit both industrial and laser/research lab environments.
  • Kentek’s online laser safety micro courses are designed to provide focused and specific information on a narrow area of laser safety. This laser safety micro course provides an understanding of how lasers work, the difference between laser light and “normal” light, different types of lasers and what they are used for, different output characteristics of lasers and the laser hazard classification scheme according to ANSI Z136.1 “Safe Use of Lasers” standard.
  • Kentek’s online laser safety micro courses are designed to provide focused and specific information on a narrow area of laser safety.  This laser safety micro course will conduct a review of Laser Hazard Analysis concepts including Maximum Permissible Exposure (MPE), Optical Density (OD), Nominal Ocular Hazard Distance (NOHD) and Nominal Hazard Zone (NHZ).  Quantifying and evaluating laser hazards will be discussed along with calculation examples explained.
  • Kentek’s online laser safety micro courses are designed to provide focused and specific information on a narrow area of laser safety.  This laser safety micro course serves as training for existing Laser Safety Officers in a university or research lab environment.  Discussion on how to approach and perform an audit will be covered.  Examples and photos of laser labs are presented with control measure solutions.
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