Lasermet is world renowned as a leader in laser safety, having been instrumental in the development of the internationally recognised laser safety standards IEC / EN 60825 for many years. Lasermet is a privately owned ISO 9001 registered company, based in southern England, providing laboratories, hospitals, clinics, manufacturing facilities, universities and many other institutions with all of the laser safety expertise in terms of products and services needed to ensure laser operators, staff and other personnel are kept safe from the potentially damaging effects of lasers.
Lasermet's vast, relevant experience and knowledge in the field of laser safety, (see laser safety consultants), puts it in a strong position to define laser safety products and services which meet the laser safety standards’ criteria. As a result, Lasermet designs, manufactures and installs an extensive range of products covering all aspects of laser safety and provides one of the most extensive ranges of laser safety eyewear in Europe. In parallel, Lasermet is able to offer laser safety consultancy, and training of the highest quality.
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Lasermet aims to help its’ customers deal with all laser safety issues as quickly and efficiently as possible, and to enable them to continue with their primary function with the minimum of disruption, whilst at the same time ensuring that the highest levels of safety are maintained. To this end Lasermet offers an extensive range of laser safety equipment and services designed to cover all aspects of laser and LED safety.
The laser safety product range - with one of the most extensive ranges of laser safety eyewear available anywhere in Europe - includes laser viewing windows, certified laser blocking curtains, screens and roller blinds, laser safety interlocks, MPE and AEL laser safety calculation software and laser warning signs
As well as providing the highly advanced, laser safety software, LaserSafe PC, the company has developed the advanced ADM1000 laser power-and-energy meter for accurate laser measurement. These are followed by guarding systems for lasers which range from optical table guards, Optoblok, for laser labs, to a range of laser safety enclosures – from small interlocked laser enclosures to larger active and passive laser cabins used in manufacturing and research.
Lasermet’s range of certified laser blocking roller blinds, curtains and screens are used extensively in hospitals, laboratories, universities and manufacturing facilities.
Lasermet’s laser safety control systems include SIL rated, high integrity laser-beam shutters and a range of highly reliable, laser safety interlock controllers. Over a thousand interlock controllers have now been installed worldwide in laser environments and the latest versions can be networked for remote monitoring.
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Laser Safety Training
Lasermet delivers a number of specifically designed laser safety training courses derived from many years of experience leading the laser safety field.
Laser safety audits
Lasermet's laser safety audits are designed to ensure your organisation operates in accordance with best practice regarding the safety of lasers, LEDs and other optical hazards.
Consultancy, Risk Assessment and Laser Hazard Analysis
Your company needs to ensure that it is following the correct procedures and taking the necessary precautions as laid down by the various standards. If you do not have this level of expertise in house, or if external verification is required, we can provide the knowledge. As leading experts in the field, we are able to carry out comprehensive risk assessments and make appropriate recommendations.
UKAS Accredited Testing
For manufacturers of laser and LED products we are UKAS accredited to ISO / IEC 17025 for testing to IEC / EN 60825-1 (Safety of Laser Products. Equipment Classification & Requirements) and IEC / EN 60601-2-22 (Medical Electrical Equipment. Particular Requirements for Safety. Specification for Diagnositc and Therapeutic Laser Equipment) and offer UKAS accredited, independent, third party testing to these standards, which can be used as evidence for the purposes of CE marking.
Physical Agents (Artificial Optical Radiation) Directive
The Physical Agents Directive requires all employers to assess the risk of all artificial optical radiation sources, including fluorescent lights, desk lamps etc. Laser sources are assessed to EN 60825-1. LED sources come under the EN 62471 standard (although EN 60825-1 can still be used if desired), which will also be used for safety assessment of all other non-laser optical radiation sources. In order to help both manufacturers of optical radiation sources and employers we are able to provide independent testing to EN 62471 (Photobiological Safety of Lamps and Lamp Systems) or to EN 60825-1 where appropriate.
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Our clients include the NHS, Private Clinics, Cosmetic Surgeries, Dentists, GPs, Universities, and the Beauty Industry. Our Advisers deal with CQC, HIW and RQIA compliance; Information Governance; Laser Safety and more...