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Don't be 'untrained, ignorant or unethical' when using lasers, regulation may be imminent

December 11, 2015

Don't be 'untrained, ignorant or unethical' when using lasers, regulation may be imminent

With regulation close on the horizon, a laser safety certificate is the essential ingredient in all clinician's portfolios. In a Spa+Clinic article experts interviewed have called for a raising of standards in the laser & IPL industry calling for operators to have the requisite education and training. They say, "It is certain that regulations will become much more stringent – and enforced – thereby taking the untrained, ignorant or unethical out of the equation". Laser Safety Australia's courses are cost effective, contemporary, comprehensive and completely independent. Check out our courses and let us help you to get "regulation ready"! 






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