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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

https://www.arpansa.gov.au/advice-consumers-lasers-ipl-devices-and-led-phototherapy-cosmetic-treatments-and-beauty-therapy

 

 






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