What is a non-beam hazard?

A non-beam hazard (NBH) is exposure not related to a beam of Photons, but nonetheless includes associated risks. Examples of NBH include:

  • Electronic/electrical hazards such as supply/mains power, high-voltage stingers, and operating supplies
  • Thermal risks which exist from extreme temperatures when working with cryogenic materials at the low end and targets exposed to 2000°C and higher.
  • Exposure to materials which may be carcinogenic and/or lethal
  • Exceedingly high levels of RF
  • Sound or noises which may exceed pain and/or loss of hearing, exceeding OSHA standards.
  • Gaseous and vaporous elements
  • Mechanical hazards such as guards, rotating machinery, and robotics
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