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Laser legal aspects

Country Restrictions Use and certification Responsibility Preamble
Europe There is no “problem” to market Class 3R, Class 3B or Class 4
systems for professional use (but it is of course necessary
that the manufacturer provides information for the safe use of
the product and necessary protective measures). These systems
have to be made safe by the specific installation
for professional laser users for instance, mere compliance with
EN 60825-1 (classification as Class 3B or Class 4 and warning
labels) is sufficient, and it is the responsibility of the
installer and event manager to insure that the workers and the
public is safe.

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New Zeland all lasers except handheld high-power laser pointers have to follow all the instructions and need a special consent need a consent otherwise your laser will be picked up by
authorities
Canada all lasers are allowed have to follow all the instructions and need FDA labels have to follow instructions otherwise you will have health
problems

www.fda.gov
United Kingdom all kinds of lasers must be given FDA labels (marked) have to follow all the instructions and need FDA labels work with a laser at your own risk but the laser must be marked
www.fda.gov
USA all lasers are allowed have to follow all the instructions and need FDA labels have to follow all the instructions provided by a manufacturer
www.fda.gov
Australia all lasers are allowed must use for its destination work with a laser at your own risk and follow the insturctions