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GOALS & OBJECTIVES:
Study various types of medical laser uses
Discuss laser physics and its clinical application - conventional and aesthetic
Uncover laser safety issues
Understand health care provider's responsibilities
Be prepared for regulatory and non-regulatory agencies and learn how they relate to the practice setting (hospital, surgery center, office-based surgery,mobile service providers).
8.0 RN contact hours awarded
IEAM - Illinois Emergency Management Agency
In IL, laser requirements are regulated through IEMA (Illinois Emergency Management Agency). To be in compliance with state mandates, facilities utilizing lasers must implement a laser safety program. IEMA also requires an annual review of laser safety. To view the specific and detailed requirements, please visit the website.
- The class we offer is based upon laser safety practices outlined by IEMA and ANSI Z136.3 (American National Standards Institute).
- Please note that IEMA uses the ANSI standards as their primary reference document.
- Faculty teaching our course discuss laser safety in general concepts in addition to identifying specific issues that pertain to IL and IEMA.
- As outlined in the ANSI document, the LSO is appointed by each facility's administration.
- Neither ANSI nor IEMA identify a specific number of education hours to become the LSO.
LASER CLASS DETAILS
- This is not a hands-on laser safety class.
- Our class is a basic, introductory, preliminary offering to laser safety.
- It is strictly tutorial and didactic.
- Upon completion of the class, 8 RN contact hours are awarded via certificate.
On average, 30 - 50 people attend this class.
Attendees have included a variety of professionals:
- Biomedical Engineers
- Physician Assistants
- Medical Assistants
- X-Ray technicians
- And more...
ABOUT BEING THE LASER SAFETY OFFICER (LSO)
As noted in the IL Adm Code document, part 315, the LSO is:
"any individual, qualified by training and experience in the evaluation and control of laser hazards, who is designated by the registrant to have the authority and responsibility to establish and administer the laser radiation protection program for a particular laser installation."
The general qualifications, duties and responsibilities are outlined in section 315.90.
This document does not have specific time or hours of training or education.
To become a certified medical laser safety officer (CMLSO), one must take the CMLSO exam. We do not offer this exam. Information is given during the program regarding the requisite steps to be able to sit for this exam.
To place a reservation for our class, please contact Denise Silva, Director, Sales & Marketing at 630-671-9300 or click here to register online.