Non-ionizing Radiation

Non-ionizing radiation consists of a range of energy waves that does not produce gamma rays, x-rays, or particles of energy due to atom disintegration. Non-ionizing radiation includes ultraviolet (UV) light, microwave, visible light, infrared (IR) light, and radio frequency (RF). Often lasers are operated using non-ionizing radiation, which can pose a health and safety threat to workers if not properly managed. It is essential that employers comply with OSHA non-ionizing radiation regulations to avoid workplace injuries and legal action.

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