Laser show safety
Laser Show Safety

Laser Safety Training

Lasers can be dangerous and can cause hazards if they are not installed and operated safely. Standards, regulations, and guidance do exist for using lasers, but understanding what is and is not necessary for laser displays is a daunting task. Our Laser Display Safety training course is designed to teach you what's necessary to perform safe shows. The training course covers a wide range of laser safety topics targeted specifically for the light show and entertainment industry:

  • Laser hazards
  • How to design safe shows
  • Audience scanning dissucsions
  • Learn how to prepare risk assessments
  • Working with local authorities
  • Manufacturing and installation requirements
  • Legal requirements

Any person or venue operating a laser display that has an output power of more than 5mW is required to appoint a responsible person for overseeing the safe installation and operation of the laser display. The topics covered in our safety course have been designed to help the laser user ensure they have the knowledge required to perform safe and legal laser displays. The cost of our safety course is probably much less than what most operators would charge for a single laser show event; and with regulators having the authority to say no to a display if they are not happy with things, attending one of our courses and making sure you are aware of what's needed, can help you to avoid running into any such problems.

The one day course covers a wealth of information essential to anyone involved in the laser display industry that wants to ensure that their knowledge on laser matters is sufficient and is up to date with the latest developments.

Our course also meets the requirements of the ILDA Pro Accreditation Scheme, where successful completion of the exam can be used to support applying for ILDA Pro Laser Company status.

If you wish to attend our next laser safety course please contact us for further information: