Radiation and Laser Safety

Laser and laser systems present a potential safety hazard to students, staff, and faculty if the device is not used and/or stored properly. The primary focus of the Bowling Green State University Laser Safety Program is to ensure that all users are aware of the potential hazards of all lasers pertinent to their research or operations. The program also highlights additional requirements for Class 3 or Class 4 lasers.

Laser Safety Training is offered by Environmental Health and Safety. To schedule a training session, contact Jeremy Dick at 372-2131.

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The Radiation Safety Program provides guidance and oversight to users of radiation producing devices and radioactive material on campus and for users of nonionizing radiation, including sources of ultraviolet, microwave, and radiofrequency fields.

Radiation Safety Training is offered by Environmental Health and Safety. To schedule a training session, contact Jeremy Dick at 372-2131

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Radiofrequency, often referred to as RF, poses potential safety hazards to maintenance and contracting personnel working in areas RF devices are present. The primary focus of the Bowling Green State University RF Safety Program is to ensure that all personnel are aware of the potential hazards of all areas that house RF devices and understand what steps are to be taken when performing work in these areas. The program highlights all definitions of RF safety, including signage, PPE, emergency contact information, and maps of these devices.

RF Safety Training is offered by Environmental Health and Safety. To schedule a training session, contact Jeremy Dick at 372-2131.

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