On-Site Laser Compliance Testing

On-Site Laser Compliance Testing

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Brand: Equipment Repairs
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Introducing our On-Site Laser Compliance Testing Service, the comprehensive solution to ensuring that your laser equipment operates within the legal requirements set forth by Radiation Health and outlined in Queensland's Radiation Safety Act 1999 (the Act).

Our highly trained and experienced laser compliance technicians will visit your site to evaluate your laser equipment thoroughly. We utilise state-of-the-art equipment to measure the laser output power, laser beam alignment, and other critical parameters to ensure compliance with the regulations set forth by the Act.

The Radiation Safety Act of Queensland was established to regulate the use of radiation sources, including laser equipment, to protect individuals and the environment from the harmful effects of radiation. It is crucial for businesses to comply with these regulations, not only to avoid costly fines and legal penalties but also to ensure the safety of their employees and the general public.

Our on-site laser compliance testing service provides a convenient and reliable solution to ensure your laser equipment operates safely and legally. Our technicians will work with you to schedule a convenient time for you and minimise any downtime required for testing. Once testing is complete, we will provide a detailed report of our findings and recommend any necessary corrective action to ensure compliance.

This service is only available to customers located in Queensland.

Once your Compliance Report has been issued, you'll need to submit it to your certifier.


  • Service areas
    • AREA 1 - Within 50km of Brisbane and Gold Coast
    • AREA 2 - Within 50km of Toowoomba and Sunshine Coast
    • AREA 3 - All other areas
  • Tests performed in Section 1
    • Protective housing - Are the external surfaces of the laser unit intact and free from damage that exposes the internal workings?
    • Access Panels - Are any parts that expose internal workings secured?
    • Overrides - If you remove a panel, will the laser turn off? Most of the time, panels are screwed on, and this field will be marked as N/A.
    • Labels for panels - Are any parts that expose the internal workings clearly labelled?
    • Key or pin pad control - Does the key or pin pad work and is free from damage?
    • Remote interlock - Is there a device preventing the remote activation device (pendant/foot pedal) from working when disconnected?
    • Radiation warning device - Does the laser have an audio and visual indication like a buzzer or pillar light to indicate the status of the laser?
    • Aperture indication - A sticker that shows where the laser energy will come out.
    • Aperture warning label - A sticker warning what type of laser energy will be emitted from the aperture.
    • Viewing optics - Is there a shield fitted to the device, and is it free from damage? If none is fitted, N/A will be noted.
    • Radiation warning labels - A sticker stating what type of laser, classification, wavelength and peak output warnings.
    • Explanatory labels - Sticker indicating the use of the laser and to read the manual before use etc.
    • Emergency stop - Is there an emergency stop button, and does it function?
  • Tests performed in Section 2
    • Laser output wavelength(s) - the wavelength of the aiming beam and active beam or beams if multi-wavelength.
    • The laser energy emitted v.s its set value (Commonly referred to as TEST 13) - A quantitative measurement of the difference between the set value and the recorded value of the laser output at five different power settings (per wavelength).
    • Laser output pulse - what is the difference between the set value and recorded value of your laser in 5 different pulse settings (per wavelength).

Q: How do I book this service?
A: Give us a call at 1300 029 383 or email us at support@osseogroup.com.au 

Q: What is the Radiation Safety Act 1999? 
A: The Queensland Radiation Safety Act 1999 is a state law that regulates the use of radiation sources, including laser equipment, to ensure the safety of individuals and the environment.

Q: Why is legal compliance with the Radiation Safety Act 1999 crucial? 
A: Compliance with the Radiation Safety Act 1999 is essential to avoid fines and legal penalties and to ensure the safety of your employees and customers.

Q: What is included in the On-Site Laser Compliance Testing Service? 
A: Our On-Site Laser Compliance Testing Service includes a comprehensive evaluation of your laser equipment to ensure compliance with the Radiation Safety Act 1999. We use state-of-the-art testing equipment to measure output power, beam alignment, and other critical parameters. We also provide a detailed report of our findings and recommendations for corrective action, if necessary.

Q: Do you calibrate as well? 
A: We can test and calibrate AMD Picasso, Woodpecker and Biolase laser units. However, this service is not included in the compliance testing fee.

Q: How is the testing appointment scheduled? 
A: We work with you to find a convenient time for the testing appointment to minimise any downtime that may be required.


Name SKU Price Stock Quantity
On-Site Laser Compliance Testing IFLCT04-A0 $795.00 Instock
AREA 1 - Call out fee IFLCT04-A1 $99.00 Instock
AREA 2 - Call out fee IFLCT04-A2 $249.00 Instock
AREA 3 - Call out fee IFLCT04-A3 $1,100.00 Instock


Osseo Group

AU 1300 029 383 NZ 09 973 5342

Factory 47, Level 2 Slough Avenue
Silverwater NSW 2128, Australia