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ARPANSA Advise Consumers that Providers are Obligated to Have a Laser/IPL Safety Certificate

February 26, 2019

ARPANSA Advise Consumers that Providers are Obligated to Have a Laser/IPL Safety Certificate

In long-awaited ARPANSA advice to consumers, they are told that providers have a duty of care to hold and display a current laser/IPL safety certificate from an accredited provider. 

This is in line with the Australia/NZ Standards released in early 2018 and is advice welcomed by Bravura Education. 

We are proud to offer laser/IPL safety courses that are accredited by ACORN, ACN, ACCS and the Queensland, WA and Tas Radiation Health Depts.

Let us help you meet your duty of care, enrol here



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