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NAVY - OPNAVI 5100.27

(CNO (N09F)/CMC (SD)) NAVY LASER HAZARDS CONTROL PROGRAM

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Organization: NAVY
Publication Date: 2 May 2008
Status: active
Page Count: 76
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The provisions of this directive are mandatory for all Navy and Marine Corps activities. They apply to the design, use, and disposal of all equipment and systems capable of producing laser radiation, including laser fiber optics and system support equipment. Directed energy weapons that emit laser radiation and other high-energy laser systems are subject to the requirements of this directive. Medical, industrial, and construction laser systems that have no military-specific applications are exempted from this instruction. This document has been coordinated with all members of the Navy Laser Safety Review Board (LSRB).

Purpose.

To prescribe Navy and Marine Corps policy and guidance in the identification and control of laser radiation hazards. This instruction has been administratively revised and should be read in its entirety.

Document History

OPNAVI 5100.27
May 2, 2008
(CNO (N09F)/CMC (SD)) NAVY LASER HAZARDS CONTROL PROGRAM
The provisions of this directive are mandatory for all Navy and Marine Corps activities. They apply to the design, use, and disposal of all equipment and systems capable of producing laser radiation,...
August 30, 2002
(CNO N45/CMC (SD)) NAVY LASER HAZARDS CONTROL PROGRAM
The provisions of this directive are mandatory for all Navy and Marine Corps activities. They apply to the design, use, and disposal of all equipment and systems capable of producing laser radiation...
November 20, 2001
(CNO N45/CMC (SD)) NAVY LASER HAZARDS CONTROL PROGRAM
The provisions of this directive are mandatory for all Navy and Marine Corps activities. They apply to the design, use, and disposal of all equipment and systems capable of producing laser radiation...

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