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LASER STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES


Instructions:Complete this form for each laser system. The data you enter will be incorporated into a 'template' that supplies the 'standard' wording; you can print the finished document directly from your Web Browser. When completing the 'free-text' portions of the form, use complete sentences to improve readability. Also, you may want to check out the Template's advanced features that allow you to format text and convert your document to a word-processor file.


As you enter your information, you will want to save your work frequently. That way you can come back and work on your document later. The 'Save/Print' button is at the bottom of the form. To save your data, select the "Save" option and click the 'Save/Print' button (Note: your Web Browser's 'File..Save' dialog will not save your entries). You can return to the form by clicking the 'Back' button on your Web Browser, or by navigating to the 'Welcome' page and entering the SOP Number. When it's time to create and print your final document, select the 'Print' option and click the 'Save/Print' button.


Warning:

Using the 'Reload' button on your Web Browser will erase all the data on the form! You will lose any 'unsaved' information!





* - All Fields Mandatory.







  • Laser Location and Emergency Information:





  • Laser System Descripttion:




  • 3b 4

  • Continuous Wave Pulsed Q-Switched

  • Enter Mode Related Parameters (Energy, Power,Time)


    Mode PARAMETER Value Units
    Cont. Wave Avg. Power milliwatts
    Pulsed/Qswitch Joules per Pulse joules
    Pulsed Pulse rep. Freq. hertz
    Qswitched Pulse Width femtosec


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    General Operating Procedures

    Enter your operating procedures for this laser system in the boxes below. Be brief and concise. If a category is NOT Applicable to your operatioons, simply leave the boox BLANK.



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    General Laser System Safety Control Measures

    Provide some information regarding the general laser safety control mechanisms in place for his laser system in the text boxes below. If a particular control measure is not in place, or is NOT APPLICABLE to your system, simply leave the corresponding box BLANK.




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    Specific Laser and Collateral Hazards and Control Measures

    Provide some information regarding the specific laser and collateral hazards, and the control mechanisms in place, in the text boxes below. If a particular hazard is not present, or is NOT APPLICABLE to your system, simply leave the corresponding box BLANK.



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Updated: June 6, 2014