Course Date (more dates)
Thursday 14th March 2013, University of Birmingham | Details | Download course flyer
Places will be limited to ensure a high quality of training and to cover delegate's specific requirements.
Please call or email us to check availability.
All professionals involved with the use of medical and cosmetic lasers or intense pulsed light (IPL) equipment. Ideal for laser operators and those undertaking (or planning to undertake) the roles of Laser Protection Supervisor (LPS)/ Laser Safety Officer (LSO).
Aim of the Laser/IPL Safety Management Course
To provide participants with an understanding of the legal and operational safety requirements concerning laser and IPL equipment, focusing on medical and cosmetic applications. Session content:
- Laser/intense light generation and characteristics
Tissue interaction (esp. eye and skin exposure)
Hazards and risks of intense light sources
Risk assessment and safety management
Equipment management and quality assurance
The day will also serve as a useful update and will cover the many changes in Laser/IPL regulation in the UK:
- Control of Artificial Radiation at Work Regulations 2010
- CQC (de)regulation and the Health and Social Care Regulations 2010
- Local Authority Regulation (e.g. special treatment licence conditions under the London Local Authority Act)
190.00GBP + VAT
Includes refreshments, lunch, notes booklet and certificates for all participants.
For further information or to make a booking,
please telephone Simon Wharmby (course lead) 0121 647 7023
or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org