Safety Training

Adapt Laser is committed to providing quality training to ensure your team is never in danger when using our high-quality, precision laser cleaning solutions. We offer a variety of lasers from 20 – 1,000 watt and low – high-powered. Each solution is specifically designed for your different needs — anything from coating removals to weld or brazing preparation.

To determine the most effective and safest laser solutions for your products, we provide on-site testing or testing at our lab. And, to make sure our laser applications are used optimally, we partner to ensure that all operators, maintainers, and persons in your facility are prepared to safely and effectively use and maintain our solutions. Our laser safety training includes:

  • General laser safety considerations
  • Unique laser safety considerations with our laser solutions
  • Equipment operation and maintenance
  • Proper troubleshooting

In addition to the above training, we also highly suggest a laser safety officer be designated at each location a cleaning laser is deployed. This is to ensure that your operations are working efficiently and effectively and that your optical hazard zone is properly protecting anyone who walks by.


While laser ablation is one of the safest methods of media cleaning, it still comes with some risks — including eye or skin damage. Our training doesn’t end after a sale. We are available to provide further training and education to ensure that your operations always go by without a hitch and that your team is never at risk of damaging their products or themselves. In addition to ensuring your safety, our laser safety training provides:

  • Peace of mind
  • Confidence
  • Effective results
  • Quicker clean times


In our training, we’ll go over the basics of laser safety and then emphasize the safety equipment you’ll need before operating our laser solutions. While laser ablation requires less protective wear than other media blasting options — including sandblasting, dry ice blasting, or plasma blasting — your operators will still need to wear protective gear. The best way to ensure your team’s safety is to:

  • Wear laser protective eyeglasses
  • Set up an optical hazardous zone enclosure
  • Include interlocking mechanisms to prevent entry during operations
  • Put up signs describing the risks

For more information about laser safety, read our blog The Basics of Laser Surface Cleaning Safety.


Adapt Laser specializes in the know-how and application of laser cleaning solutions. Each of our laser solutions comes with specialty training, and with years of experience, our technicians are ready to answer any of your questions. We’ve equipped a variety of industries and companies with laser cleaning solutions — including military and defense for the US Airforce and Navy — and hundreds of organizations trust our state-of-the-art laser cleaning solutions.

Contact us today or call (816) 466-5855 to find the right laser cleaning solution for you.