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  • ILSC 2011 Paper #C101 (Laser Accidents: A Fifty-Year Review Of Medical And Non-Medical Exposure (Closing Plenary, 30 minutes))

    Laser Accidents: A Fifty-Year Review Of Medical And Non-Medical Exposure (Closing Plenary, 30 minutes)
    Authors:
    William J. Ertle, Rockwell Laser Industries; Cincinnati OH USA
    Kevin M. Donnelly, Rockwell Laser Industries; Cincinnati OH USA
    C. Eugene Moss, Advent Technology; Corning NY USA
    Presented at ILSC 2011

    The RLI Incident Database has tracked laser incidents and accidents that date back to the first use of lasers in the early 60's. We will analize the data provided by the FDA, FAA, DOD, DOE and others in the laser community worldwide.

    $28.00

  • ILSC 2011 Paper #C102 (Proposed Changes of the Retinal Thermal MPEs (Closing Plenary, 30 minutes))

    Proposed Changes of the Retinal Thermal MPEs (Closing Plenary, 30 minutes)
    Authors:
    Karl Schulmeister, Seibersdorf Laboratories; Seibersdorf Austria
    Presented at ILSC 2011

    ICNIRP is about to update the laser exposure limits, which are in parallel adopted by IEC for IEC 60825-1. ANSI is likely to update their exposure limits in a similar form. The exposure limits (and consequently AEL for classification) will be partially raised, allowing higher exposure and emission (wavelength dependence close to 1400 nm, extended spots, multiple pulse reduction), and partially it is necessary to lower the limits (basic limit in the nanosecond range). An overview will be given of the intended changes and th...

    $28.00

  • ILSC 2011 Paper #C103 (Building a Laser Safety Culture (Closing Plenary, 30 minutes))

    Building a Laser Safety Culture (Closing Plenary, 30 minutes)
    Authors:
    Ken Barat, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; Berkeley CA USA
    Presented at ILSC 2011

    This past year we celebrated the 50th Anniversary of the invention of the laser. While we have come a long way with technology safety has lagged in one important area. Still today the most common laser incident is an individual (usually student) performing some type of beam manipulation and not wearing proper protective eyewear and being struck by a stray or direct beam. The LSO and their institution need to spend more time working on changing users safety culture, in order to make a significant impact on the number of laser accidents...

    $28.00

  • ILSC 2011 Paper #C104 (Dazzling and High-Powered Laser Pointers (Closing Plenary, 30 minutes))

    Dazzling and High-Powered Laser Pointers (Closing Plenary, 30 minutes)
    Authors:
    Leon McLin, Air Force Research Laboratory, 711th Human Performance Wing, Optical Radiation Branch; Brooks City-Base TX USA
    Presented at ILSC 2011

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    $28.00

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