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Describes the types of non-ionizing radiations likely to be encountered in laboratories and the hazards associated with each type. Safe exposure limits are laid down and safe installation, use and operation are specified. Precautionary measures for avoidance of accidents are included and additional references are given.
 

Document History

  1. AS/NZS 2243.5:2004


    Safety in laboratories, Part 5: Non-ionizing radiations - Electromagnetic, sound and ultrasound

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  2. AS 2243.5-1993


    Safety in laboratories - Non-ionizing radiations

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  3. AS 2243.5-1980

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    Safety in laboratories - Non-ionizing radiations

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