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NPFC - MIL-STD-1425

SAFETY DESIGN REQUIREMENTS FOR MILITARY LASERS AND ASSOCIATED SUPPORT EQUIPMENT

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Organization: NPFC
Publication Date: 30 August 1991
Status: active
Page Count: 39
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This MIL-STD defines safety design requirements for military equipment and associated support equipment which incorporate laser systems in their design. These requirements are the minimum requirements necessary to control the hazards caused directly by laser radiation. Associated system hazards, such as electrical shock, toxic chemicals, high pressure, etc., should be controlled through the selection of appropriate requirements in other standards and specifications. All military laser development programs should include a comprehensive system safety program in accordance with Military Standard (MIL-STD) 882, System Safety Program Requirements, to identify and control all hazards unique to the specific laser product under development.

intended Use:

Lasers conforming to this standard are designed expressly for combat or combat training operations or are classified in the interest of national security. This standard is used in lieu of the... View More

Document History

March 29, 2010
SAFETY DESIGN REQUIREMENTS FOR MILITARY LASERS AND ASSOCIATED SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
This MIL-STD defines safety design requirements for military equipment and associated support equipment which incorporate laser systems in their design. These requirements are the minimum...
MIL-STD-1425
August 30, 1991
SAFETY DESIGN REQUIREMENTS FOR MILITARY LASERS AND ASSOCIATED SUPPORT EQUIPMENT
This MIL-STD defines safety design requirements for military equipment and associated support equipment which incorporate laser systems in their design. These requirements are the minimum...
December 13, 1983
MILITARY LASERS AND ASSOCIATED SUPPORT EQUIPMENT, SAFETY DESIGN REQUIREMENTS FOR
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