Laser Safety Window Blocks
Safe — Dependable — Quality — Compliant
Laser Industries Pty Ltd also provides laser safe window blocks for virtually every shape and size window. The window blocks can be easily attached using several different mounting options. Window blocks provide a simple and effective method of blocking a window and is a very popular option for smaller windows where a window shade would look out of place or would be hard to mount.
The Australian standard relating to laser guards is AS/NZS 2211.4:2002 which is an identical copy to IEC 60825.4:1997.
Laser Industries’s laser safety window blocks are compliant with all major safety standards relating to laser safety blinds/blocks;
- EN 60825.4
- EN 12254:2010
- ANSI Z136
- And is certified to NFPA 701:2010 (standard methods of fire tests for flame propagation of textiles and films)
Our commitment to Laser Safety
Laser safety is a very serious matter that requires knowledge of relevant standards, products, and practical experience. At Laser Industries Pty Ltd we pride ourselves in being able to provide the correct advice on laser safety standards, safety products, and training combining this knowledge with practical experience.
Each laser and situation needs to be properly assessed and appropriate hazard controls, administrative controls, and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) need to be put in place to ensure a safe working environment.
Laser Industries and our partners can assist with assessing situations, recommending correct safety products that are compliant with the relevant Australian and New Zealand standards.
All Laser Cleaning Machines supplied by Laser Industries Pty Ltd are offered with quality recommended safety glasses and Training for LSO and Operator Training. Contact us with any questions you have about laser safety training or for safety products suitable for your specific situation.
Introduction to Lasers
Below is part of a laser safety presentation developed by our trainers at Laser Industries. If you are interested in receiving a full copy of the presentation please contact Us
Australian & New Zealand Laser Safety Standards
The main Australian and New Zealand laser safety standards are listed below. In general Australia and New Zealand adopt international laser safety standards. There is often a delay between when the international standards released and the official adoption of those standards in Australia and New Zealand. However, using the latest international standards would be considered best practice by many in the industry.
On the 12th of November 2014 Standards Australia published AS/NZS IEC 60825.1:2014 which is an equivalent standard to IEC 60825-1 Ed. 3.0 that was released in May 2014.
Australian & New Zealand Laser Safety Training
Supplied by University of New South Wales
Laser Industries supply the below courses offered with all Laser Cleaning Machines purchased within Australia and New Zealand, companies failing to enroll staff and supply to Laser Industries proof of training or equivalent attainment qualifications prior or before use of our Laser Cleaning Machines may render all machine warranties null and void.
One Day Safety Laser Officer | Level 2
The AS/NZS IEC 60825.1 and the AS/NZS IEC 60825.14 define a Laser Safety Officer as one who is competent in the evaluation and control of laser hazards and has responsibility for oversight of the control of laser hazards. The Standards identify the need for persons competent in laser safety within an organisation and identify a skill set for a laser safety officer but flexibility relating to different competency levels within an organisation is retained.
- 1-day course, (Level 2) Laser Industries customers supplied with a Class 4 Laser Cleaning Machine are required to implement laser safety programs devised by a laser safety officer who is competent to undertake a quantitative analysis of the laser hazards involved.
- : https://www.unsw.adfa.edu.au/study/professional-education-courses/1-day-laser-safety-level-2
Half-Day Operator Laser Safety | Level 3
Operator Laser Safety Awareness Course
Dr.Trevor Wheatley from the UNSW has programmed an online laser operator safety awareness course that provides a non-mathematical introduction to lasers and laser hazards for those using Laser Cleaning Machines supplied by Laser Industries in the workplace. It provides an introduction to laser safety practice, hazard control and regulation of the use of lasers. This course is aimed at operators who work with or around hazardous lasers or are required to work in a laser construction or commercial zone. The course provides the following learning outcomes;
- Awareness of the laser classification system and the implication of these classifications
- Awareness of the hazards posed by lasers
- Awareness of laser hazard controls and workplace safety
- Awareness of laser safety hierarchy including laser safety officers and their roles
- Awareness of legislation and laser safety Standards
- A test is provided at the end of each section and students are encouraged to attempt the test questions (as many times as necessary).
- A certificate of attainment test is provided for those wishing to receive a certificate indicating that they have completed this course to a satisfactory level.