ORLANDO, FL – JULY 18, 2016 — Laser Institute of America (LIA), the leading international authority for laser applications and safety, announces today the relaunch of laser safety signs sales to accommodate the needs of Laser Safety Officers (LSOs) and their professional laser safety teams. Back by popular demand, the customizable laser safety signs are available in both plastic and laminate, and feature newly updated, clearer safety warnings and instructions.
“Our laser safety signs are back and better than ever, helping make laser environments even safer – and one stop safety shopping simple,” said Jeannette Gabay, LIA’s Director of Publications. “The relaunch adds another critical safety tool to our line of products, providing laser users and safety professionals with more time in the field, so they can advance their program safely and successfully.”
Four distinct signs are available for Class 3B and Class 4 lasers or laser systems per the ANSI Z136.1 – Safe Use of Lasers standard, including warning and danger signs for Class 4 lasers or laser systems, and warning signs for Class 3B laser-controlled areas. In addition, LIA has made a notice sign available for purchase, for instances when a Class 3B or Class 4 laser or laser system is being repaired.
“Today’s laser environments are all about efficiency, innovation and safety,” continues Gabay. “Our relaunched signs are another example of how we’re taking member feedback and turning it into solutions and value for every LIA member.”
Additional resources for LSOs and laser safety professionals are available in LIA’s online store. From online courses for the busy laser professional, to safety publications, videos and guides, LIA’s online store is your complete shopping hub for everything laser safety, including laser safety signage. To purchase resources from LIA’s online store, including laser safety signs, please visit www.lia.org/store.
The Laser Institute of America (LIA) is the professional society for laser applications and safety serving the industrial, educational, medical, research and government communities throughout the world since 1968. www.lia.org, 13501 Ingenuity Drive, Ste 128, Orlando, FL 32826, +1.407.380.1553.