Civil Aviation Rules Part 77 Objects and Activities Affecting Navigable Airspace 

AS/NZS 2211.9:2002 Laser safety - Compilation of maximum permissible exposure to incoherent optical radiation

CURRENT
77
NZS/AS 2211 means the New Zealand standards for laser safety approved by the Standards Authority under the provisions of the Standards Act 1988
77.19(e)
The Director may determine, based on the circumstances of each proposal, the use of a laser to be a hazard in navigable airspace if its use will produce exposures in navigable airspace exceeding the maximum permissible exposure defined for that laser in NZS/AS 2211.
77.7(b)
A person proposing to operate a light or a laser must notify the Director in accordance with rule 77.13 if ...(2) for a laser, it would produce exposures in navigable air space exceeding the maximum permissible exposure defined for that laser in NZS/AS 2211; or...

AS/NZS 2211.10:2004 Laser safety - Application guidelines and explanatory notes to AS/NZS 2211.1

CURRENT
77
NZS/AS 2211 means the New Zealand standards for laser safety approved by the Standards Authority under the provisions of the Standards Act 1988
77.19(e)
The Director may determine, based on the circumstances of each proposal, the use of a laser to be a hazard in navigable airspace if its use will produce exposures in navigable airspace exceeding the maximum permissible exposure defined for that laser in NZS/AS 2211.
77.7(b)
A person proposing to operate a light or a laser must notify the Director in accordance with rule 77.13 if ...(2) for a laser, it would produce exposures in navigable air space exceeding the maximum permissible exposure defined for that laser in NZS/AS 2211; or...

AS/NZS 2211.6:2002 Laser safety - Safety of products with optical sources, exclusively used for visible information transmission to the human eye

WITHDRAWN
77
NZS/AS 2211 means the New Zealand standards for laser safety approved by the Standards Authority under the provisions of the Standards Act 1988
77.19(e)
The Director may determine, based on the circumstances of each proposal, the use of a laser to be a hazard in navigable airspace if its use will produce exposures in navigable airspace exceeding the maximum permissible exposure defined for that laser in NZS/AS 2211.
77.7(b)
A person proposing to operate a light or a laser must notify the Director in accordance with rule 77.13 if ...(2) for a laser, it would produce exposures in navigable air space exceeding the maximum permissible exposure defined for that laser in NZS/AS 2211; or...

AS/NZS 2211.4:2002 Safety of laser products - Part 4: Laser guards

SUPERSEDED
77
NZS/AS 2211 means the New Zealand standards for laser safety approved by the Standards Authority under the provisions of the Standards Act 1988
77.19(e)
The Director may determine, based on the circumstances of each proposal, the use of a laser to be a hazard in navigable airspace if its use will produce exposures in navigable airspace exceeding the maximum permissible exposure defined for that laser in NZS/AS 2211.
77.7(b)
A person proposing to operate a light or a laser must notify the Director in accordance with rule 77.13 if ...(2) for a laser, it would produce exposures in navigable air space exceeding the maximum permissible exposure defined for that laser in NZS/AS 2211; or...

AS/NZS 2211.5:2006 Laser safety - Manufacturer’s checklist for AS/NZS 2211.1

CURRENT
77
NZS/AS 2211 means the New Zealand standards for laser safety approved by the Standards Authority under the provisions of the Standards Act 1988
77.19(e)
The Director may determine, based on the circumstances of each proposal, the use of a laser to be a hazard in navigable airspace if its use will produce exposures in navigable airspace exceeding the maximum permissible exposure defined for that laser in NZS/AS 2211.
77.7(b)
A person proposing to operate a light or a laser must notify the Director in accordance with rule 77.13 if ...(2) for a laser, it would produce exposures in navigable air space exceeding the maximum permissible exposure defined for that laser in NZS/AS 2211; or...

AS/NZS 2211.6:2002 Laser safety - Safety of products with optical sources, exclusively used for visible information transmission to the human eye

WITHDRAWN
77
NZS/AS 2211 means the New Zealand standards for laser safety approved by the Standards Authority under the provisions of the Standards Act 1988
77.19(e)
The Director may determine, based on the circumstances of each proposal, the use of a laser to be a hazard in navigable airspace if its use will produce exposures in navigable airspace exceeding the maximum permissible exposure defined for that laser in NZS/AS 2211.
77.7(b)
A person proposing to operate a light or a laser must notify the Director in accordance with rule 77.13 if ...(2) for a laser, it would produce exposures in navigable air space exceeding the maximum permissible exposure defined for that laser in NZS/AS 2211; or...

AS/NZS 2211.3:2002 Safety of laser products - Part 3: Guidance for laser displays and shows

SUPERSEDED
77
NZS/AS 2211 means the New Zealand standards for laser safety approved by the Standards Authority under the provisions of the Standards Act 1988
77.19(e)
The Director may determine, based on the circumstances of each proposal, the use of a laser to be a hazard in navigable airspace if its use will produce exposures in navigable airspace exceeding the maximum permissible exposure defined for that laser in NZS/AS 2211.
77.7(b)
A person proposing to operate a light or a laser must notify the Director in accordance with rule 77.13 if ...(2) for a laser, it would produce exposures in navigable air space exceeding the maximum permissible exposure defined for that laser in NZS/AS 2211; or...

AS/NZS 2211.12:2006 Laser safety - Safety of free space optical communication systems used for transmission of information

CURRENT
77
NZS/AS 2211 means the New Zealand standards for laser safety approved by the Standards Authority under the provisions of the Standards Act 1988
77.19(e)
The Director may determine, based on the circumstances of each proposal, the use of a laser to be a hazard in navigable airspace if its use will produce exposures in navigable airspace exceeding the maximum permissible exposure defined for that laser in NZS/AS 2211.
77.7(b)
A person proposing to operate a light or a laser must notify the Director in accordance with rule 77.13 if ...(2) for a laser, it would produce exposures in navigable air space exceeding the maximum permissible exposure defined for that laser in NZS/AS 2211; or...

AS/NZS 2211.10:2004 Laser safety - Application guidelines and explanatory notes to AS/NZS 2211.1

CURRENT
77
NZS/AS 2211 means the New Zealand standards for laser safety approved by the Standards Authority under the provisions of the Standards Act 1988
77.19(e)
The Director may determine, based on the circumstances of each proposal, the use of a laser to be a hazard in navigable airspace if its use will produce exposures in navigable airspace exceeding the maximum permissible exposure defined for that laser in NZS/AS 2211.
77.7(b)
A person proposing to operate a light or a laser must notify the Director in accordance with rule 77.13 if ...(2) for a laser, it would produce exposures in navigable air space exceeding the maximum permissible exposure defined for that laser in NZS/AS 2211; or...

AS/NZS 2211.7:2002 Laser safety - Safety of products emitting infrared optical radiation, exclusively used for wireless free air data transmission and surveillance

WITHDRAWN
77
NZS/AS 2211 means the New Zealand standards for laser safety approved by the Standards Authority under the provisions of the Standards Act 1988
77.7(b)
A person proposing to operate a light or a laser must notify the Director in accordance with rule 77.13 if ...(2) for a laser, it would produce exposures in navigable air space exceeding the maximum permissible exposure defined for that laser in NZS/AS 2211; or...

AS/NZS 2211.12:2006 Laser safety - Safety of free space optical communication systems used for transmission of information

CURRENT
77
NZS/AS 2211 means the New Zealand standards for laser safety approved by the Standards Authority under the provisions of the Standards Act 1988
77.19(e)
The Director may determine, based on the circumstances of each proposal, the use of a laser to be a hazard in navigable airspace if its use will produce exposures in navigable airspace exceeding the maximum permissible exposure defined for that laser in NZS/AS 2211.
77.7(b)
A person proposing to operate a light or a laser must notify the Director in accordance with rule 77.13 if ...(2) for a laser, it would produce exposures in navigable air space exceeding the maximum permissible exposure defined for that laser in NZS/AS 2211; or...

AS/NZS 2211.3:2002 Safety of laser products - Part 3: Guidance for laser displays and shows

SUPERSEDED
77
NZS/AS 2211 means the New Zealand standards for laser safety approved by the Standards Authority under the provisions of the Standards Act 1988
77.19(e)
The Director may determine, based on the circumstances of each proposal, the use of a laser to be a hazard in navigable airspace if its use will produce exposures in navigable airspace exceeding the maximum permissible exposure defined for that laser in NZS/AS 2211.
77.7(b)
A person proposing to operate a light or a laser must notify the Director in accordance with rule 77.13 if ...(2) for a laser, it would produce exposures in navigable air space exceeding the maximum permissible exposure defined for that laser in NZS/AS 2211; or...

AS/NZS 2211.7:2002 Laser safety - Safety of products emitting infrared optical radiation, exclusively used for wireless free air data transmission and surveillance

WITHDRAWN
77
NZS/AS 2211 means the New Zealand standards for laser safety approved by the Standards Authority under the provisions of the Standards Act 1988
77.7(b)
A person proposing to operate a light or a laser must notify the Director in accordance with rule 77.13 if ...(2) for a laser, it would produce exposures in navigable air space exceeding the maximum permissible exposure defined for that laser in NZS/AS 2211; or...