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Laser Safety Officer (LSO)
Prescribed course for the use of lasers, class 3R and 4. The training certificate is valid throughout Europe.
- conforms to EU standards, DGUV, OStrV and TROS
- Italian, German, English
- Laser Safety Officer (LSO)
Training course with video in HD and an atlas with more than 440 pages illustrated, with a final online-examination.
|Video HD (High Definition)||over 300 minutes|
|Atlas||over 440 colour pages|
|Exercises - Quiz - Answers||more than 150|
|DIRECTIVE 2006/25/EC OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL of 5 April 2006|
|Directive 2007/30/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 20 June 2007||L 165, pages 21, 27.6.2007|
|M2 Regulation (EC) No 1137/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 22 October 2008||L 311, pages 1, 21.11.2008|
|M3 Council Directive 2013/64/EU of 17 December 2013||L 353, pages 8, 28.12.2013|
Employers are obliged, if they do not themselves have the necessary expertise, to appoint a laser safety officer with expertise in writing prior to the commencement of operation of class 3R, 3B and 4 lasers.
The specialist knowledge must be demonstrated by attending a training course (with a final examination) and regular refresher training of at least every 5 years.
|Course validity||5 years|
|Course Art||e-learning video and book|
This training course, teach the principles of safety for artificial optical radiation and within the framework of the European Regulation.
Our online courses comply with the requirements of §5 OStrV, the TROS laser radiation and the DGUV principle 303-005 – also online and enable you to be appointed as a laser safety officer.
|CEI EN 60825-1||European|
|DIN EN 60825||European|
|DIN EN 207||European|
|DIN EN 208||European|
Certification and evaluation
The assessment of learning is ultimately carried out by passing a mandatory telematics final quiz with closed questions and automatic correction. The test is passed with at least 80% correct answers.
|Membership fee ALE||€ 30,00|
|course Laser Safety Officer (LSO)||€ 450,00|
Certificate of Completion
At the end of the course, a numbered certificate of completed training is issued. The certificate as laser protection officer is valid throughout Europe.
Content of the course
- The history of the laser
- The Light
- Introduction to basic laser physics
- Properties of laser radiation
- Generation of laser light
- Biological interaction with laser light
- Absorption behaviour of laser light in biological tissues
- Laser parameters and their influence on the tissue interaction
- Hazards of laser light
- Eye damages and laser safety goggles
- Other risks such as aerosol exposure etc.
- Measures to minimise and mitigate laser risks
- Duties of the LSO (Laser Safety Officer)
- Device safety
- Treatment room safety
- Workspace safety
- Safety checklists
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