Safety

Laser Safety Forum

Annual meetings of the Laser Safety Forum are held every September. This year the event will be a hybrid meeting, allowing participants to attend online or join in person at Burleigh Court in Loughborough.

The Laser Safety Forum was founded in 1996 to provide a means of bringing former laser safety course participants back together so that they could share their experiences, receive an update on topical laser safety issues and to provide a further level of post-course support.

A laser enclosure containing a robot designed to build propellers.

Modern challenges in laser safety

Lasermet’s David Lawton opens Matthew Dale’s eyes on the latest issues faced in ensuring laser safety for materials processing

Why welders & laser welding operators need to be aware of the risks of hexavalent chromium exposure

Welding and Laser Welding fumes are more dangerous than many people think. Exposure to fumes from these processes is a common source of work-related illness.

Hexavalent chromium is one of those dangerous heavy metals that exist in welding fumes. If you or your employees are exposed to welding fumes, understanding the risks of exposure to hexavalent chromium and other similar heavy metals is absolutely paramount.

Lightening the load

Matthew Dale reports on ICALEO 2019, where experts highlighted the emerging challenges associated with processing lightweight materials for aerospace

Pages

Navigation

Navigation

Navigation

Navigation

Navigation

Navigation

Subscribe to RSS - Safety