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Hand-held lasers and laser pointers are popular in Canada. First introduced in the 1960s, lasers are now used in many ways in our everyday lives. Unfortunately, many people who use them don't know about their potential dangers. High powered hand-held lasers are considered a danger to human health or safety.
Government of Canada information on the labelling requirements of permanent and semi-permanent hair dyes including warnings about ingredient sensitivities and the importance of carrying out a preliminary test for skin irritation.
Laser technology is being used for an increasing number of cosmetic treatments. If you are considering any of these procedures, it is important to look at the potential risks as well as the potential benefits.
LASer files of a subwatershed in the La Salle watershed, north of Elie, MB. The LiDAR data was collected using Fugro Horizons proprietary FLI-MAP Fx LiDAR system.
This dataset represents the total number of persons removed by region in each of the calendar years 2009-2013.
LIBS is an emerging material-composition analytical technique based on spectroscopic analysis of light emitted by the laser spark induced in a sample of interest. It allows stand-off and real-time analysis capabilities in the field with no sample preparation.
This guideline describes the general recommendations and considerations for basic laboratory design and the safe handling of RG1 biological material; these recommended practices are risk-and evidence-based. The physical design features and operational practices for CL1 zones described in this document are considered best practices for work involving RG1 pathogens.
This code is accompanied by the Technical Guide for Interpretation and Compliance Assessment of Health Canada's Radiofrequency Exposure Guidelines, to assist users in understanding and assessing the safety of electromagnetic exposures in working and living environments.
Brochure on protecting consumers through product safety. This document is a summary provided for convenient reference but should not be interpreted as Health Canada policy or a substitute for legislation.