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Doers: 1 | 
Form: Cognitive Task | 
Phase: Engagement | 
Type: Pre-Event | 
Level: 1 | 
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Start: Nov 21, 2019 | 
When:  | 
Duration: 5 Minute(s)
Goal: this task will increase the success of the goal to apply Cal/OSHA safety suggestions.
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Form: Cognitive Task | 
Title: Laser Equipment | 
Phase: Engagement | 
Type: Pre-Event | 
Level: 1 | 
Duration: 5 Minute(s)
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1 The next Steps cover Cal/OSHA safety regulations for Laser Equipment. Where appropriate, we have referenced the code from Title 8 of the California Code of Regulations.

The topics we will cover in this isoBlog are:

-Primary Hazard
-Authorized Operation
-Unattended Equipment
-Pointing of Beams
-Labeling of Maximum Output
-Protection
-Posting of Warning Signs

After each of the next Steps, select the 'successful' response to indicate that you have read and understand the Step.

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2 Primary Hazard

The primary hazard of using laser equipment is injury to the eyes.

Steps 3 through 8 below detail the selected regulatory requirements for Laser Equipment.
3 Authorized Operation

Only qualified persons may operate laser equipment. 1801(a)
4 Unattended Equipment

Equipment must be turned off or shielded when unattended and not in use. 1801(e)
5 Pointing of Beams

Laser beams must never be pointed or directed at persons. 1801(g)
6 Labeling of Maximum Output

Lasers must have a label indicating their maximum output. 1801(i)
7 Protection

Employees who have a potential exposure to direct or reflect laser light greater than 5 milliwatts shall be provided with anti-laser eye protection as specified in Section 3382(e), 1801(c).
8 Posting of Warning Signs

Warning signs and labels (in accordance with American National Standards Institute) must be posted in areas where lasers are used. 1801(d)
9 How much did this isoBlog help you to understand the Cal/OSHA safety regulations for Laser Equipment, including:

-Primary Hazard
-Authorized Operation
-Unattended Equipment
-Pointing of Beams
-Labeling of Maximum Output
-Protection
-Posting of Warning Signs

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