Are you in the cosmetics industry and need to get your employees certified for laser safety?
If so you’re in luck! You can now get OSHA compliant with our 100% online laser safety training and get employees certified in 1 hour from anywhere with an internet connection!
This fast, easy, and affordable online course allows you to print a certificate upon completion and passing of the online test!
Access the course 24/7 from your computer or other mobile device.
Get OSHA compliant now in just 4 easy steps:
Step 1 - Register your employees or register an individual
Step 2 - Complete the training curriculum and quizzes
Step 3 - Complete the exam
Step 4 - Print your certificate
It’s that easy to become certified in cosmetic laser safety online!
**Please note that each laser system is unique and will require its own operator training and application-specific safety procedures.**
If your treatment practice has a cosmetic laser device for the following uses:
...then this certification course applies to YOUR treatment facility!CLICK HERE TO REGISTER AS AN EMPLOYER
If you are an individual and want to get certified for the following jobs:
...then this certification course applies to YOU!CLICK HERE TO REGISTER AS AN INDIVIDUAL
If you are an employer, you no longer have to worry about getting audited by OSHA, because now you can provide proof that your employees have been trained in cosmetic laser safety! Get your business OSHA compliant and keep your employees safe!
If you are an individual, you can fill out your job application knowing that you are already certified in cosmetic laser safety! Get your foot in the door and get put at the top of the list!
How the LSC Safety Program Works:
At LSC we’ve made the laser safety training process simple. You can...
Benefits of LSC Programs
Why is Laser Safety Important?
OSHA keeps statistics for on-the-job injuries and reports 9 catastrophic or fatal laser related injuries since 1988. Additionally, according to Liberty Mutual, about $1 billion is spent each week on serious but nonfatal work injuries. Most workplace injuries are preventable and are due to a lack of proper training.
OSHA requires a general duty of care for laser usage. This means the workplace must be free from known risks and hazards. In the US, laser safety standards are set by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI). Currently, compliance with these standards is voluntary, but OSHA does have the authority to step in when worker safety is in question. Employers could be fined if they ignore proper safety steps. Laser safety procedures must be documented and include audit reports, policies, equipment maintenance records and operator logs.GET STARTED NOW