Safety & Usage Procedure for Lithium Polymer Batteries
Naval Postgraduate School (U.S.)
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This document establishes procedures for safety and use of Lithium Polymer Battery technology in the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS), including Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS). All faculty, staff and students wishing to become Authorized Users of Lithium Polymer batteries shall be required to read and acknowledge this document and act in accordance with all procedures contained herein to be granted access to Lithium Polymer batteries.
Version 1.4; July 2014
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