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EmergencyContactLists
LBTO Emergency Contact Phone Numbers and Radio Call Signs Emergencies: 911 or "3 Maydays" on MGIO or LBTO Radios Police, Medical Other Dispatch Numbers * UA...
SafetyForms
14.2 Health, Safety Environmental Forms (Blank) Safety Shoe/Boot Purchase Authorization Form * Safety Footwear Purchase Authorization Form M004s00900 Crane...
HSE_Document_Links
14.1 Health, Safety, and Environmental Policies, Procedures and Forms HSE Area Description VCAN Owner SMS Health, Safety, and Environmental Policy...
MachineAndPortableTools
5.12 Machine Shop, Machine Tools, and Portable Tools LBTO has a machine shop on Level 3 Lower (3L) of the Observatory. Each shop user and operator of equipment mu...
ChemicalSafetySDS
6.2 Chemical Safety, Hazard Communication and SDS This chapter contains: * Chemical Transport Information * Gas Cylinder Transport Information * Procedur...
MirrorSafety
8.2 Glass and Mirror Safety Glass is Sacred A broken or damaged mirror could close the telescope temporarily or indefinitely. Here are some general rules: * A...
InclementWeather
4.6 Inclement Weather Inclement weather conditions in Southern Arizona deserts and mountains include: * Winter weather (snow, ice, wind) and extreme cold * ...
IssueTrak
"Issue Trak" Safety Report Instructions Instructions on Creating a Safety Issue Trak (IT) Notes: 1) For injuries and accidents, please be mindful of people's pri...
HighAltitudeHealth
4.4 Altitude Health and Safety The LBTO is situated at 10,500 feet elevation. At this elevation, air pressure is decreased and the body has a more difficult time ...
LBTOSafetyManual
LBTO Health, Safety, and Environmental (HSE) Manual 1.0 Introduction, Purpose and Scope 2.0 Manual Review Revisions 3.0 Health, Safety and Environment Policy, ...
HazMat
6.5 Hazardous Material (Hazmat) Transport in Vehicles Regulations pertaining to the transportation of hazardous materials are defined in 49 CFR Subchapter C (refe...
VehicleTravel
4.5 Vehicle and Road Safety Drivers traveling for work or work related duties, including LBTO and UA employees, visitors and contractors, shall adhere to all loca...
CraneRigging
5.3 Cranes Rigging Only LBTO staff who have been trained and certified as Qualified Crane and Rigging Operators are permitted to operate cranes at LBTO. Visitor...
SiteSafetyOrientation
Site Safety Orientation (SSO) Anyone who works at the LBT un escorted must complete Site Safety Orientation training (LBTO Staff, Visitors, and Contractors). *...
InstrumentTeamSafety
4.17 Visitor Registration and Safety Training Site Safety Orientation Training is required for all working visitors (observers, instrument teams, commissioning, c...
Firelifesafety
4.3 Fire and Life Safety Fire and Life Safety involves numerous safety issues including fire prevention, fire suppression, and emergency evacuation/response. Fire...
PersonalProtectiveEquipment
4.10 Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is the last line of protection between workers and hazards. PPE should be used only w...
LBTOSafetyPolicy
LBTO Safety Poilcy For the Full, Official Policy, see M004s00112. Below is the cover page with approval of the Director. Comments
WebHome
LBTO Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) Home The LBTO is committed to protecting the health and safety of our staff, visitors, the community and the environment...
SignageBarriers
4.9 Safety Signage, Warning Signs, and Barriers General Information * Hazard signs, labels, tags, and placards are used to keep everyone aware of potential da...
WorkPlanningControl
4.14 Work Planning and Control Plan the Work, and Work the Plan Work must be planned in order to reduce the risk of impact on the health and safety of people, eq...
CompressedGas
6.3 Compressed Gas and Equipment Requirements for cylindar storage, handling, transportation, and storage are fourd in the Compressed Gas Association (CGA) "Safe ...
BloodbornePathogensCommunicableDisease
6.1 Bloodborne Pathogens (BBP), Cold, Flu and other Communicable Disease Bloodborne Pathogens Bloodborne pathogens are infectious microorganisms in human blood th...
HazardsRisks
4.13 Hazard Risk Identification, Assessment, Prevention and Control LBTO is committed to performing work safely and with minimal impact on people, property or t...
NonElectricalHotWork
5.20 Welding, Cutting, Non Electrical Hot Work Hot Work Permits are required at LBTO for all of the following activities occurring outside of the Level 3L Machin...
EmergencyResponse
4.2 Emergency Management Response Emergency at the LBT Observatory (Mountain): 1 Evacuate to a safe area if necessary. 1 Call “Mayday” 3 times over the LB...
InjuryIllnessIncident
4.11 Injury, Illness and Incident Reporting Note: For Emergency Response protocols and situational guides see HSE Manual Ch. 4.2 Emergency Management Response ...
VehicleTravelWinter
Vehicle Travel during Winter Weather Before you Travel 1 Please plan for your trip well in advance, as securing the correct vehicle can be difficult and driv...
RemoteObservingSafety
Safety for Remote Observing To ensure you are enrolled and receive safety training and information for remote observing, be sure to follow the Observer Checklist:...
MountainVisitPreparation
4.15 Preparing for Site (Mountain) Visits Quick Resources for Previously Trained Travelers The following resources could be helpful to travelers who have previou...
LadderScaffold
5.10 Ladder and Scaffold Safety Portable and Fixed Ladders are commonly used at the LBTO. Requirements are detailed in M004s00701 "Ladder Safety Requirements," in...
HousekeepingSafety
5.9 Housekeeping and Workplace Cleanliness Housekeeping and good order is essential to maintaining a safe and hazard free work environment, and it is the responsi...
HSE-MS
10.0 HSE Management System (HSEMS) Operations 10.1 Health, Safety Environmental Management System (HSEMS) LBTO's Health, Safety, and Environmental Management...
LockoutTagout
5.2 Control of Hazardous Energy (Lockout/Tagout) Before servicing, maintaining, or repairing equipment that is capable of being energized, employees must: * Co...
COVID-19
LBTO COVID 19 Page Due to COVID 19, telescope and Steward Observatory access is restricted. Do not travel to the telescope or Steward without first contacting you...
PreTaskPlanning
Pre Task Plan Archive Page Procedures and Requirements * Ch. 4.14 Work Planning and Control Completed PTP Forms (Use CTRL F to Search this Page): Mountain O...
SiteAccessDormitoryWildlifeSafety
4.7 Site Access, Dormitory and Wildlife Safety 4.7.1 Site Access * Access to the site is governed by the USFS Special Use Permit S100s00100. * MGIO has req...
BoomScissorForkLifts
5.14 Mobile Lifts (Scissor, Boom) and Fork Trucks IN PERSON TRAINING REQUIRED TO OPERATE: You must be trained and certified before operating any mobile lift or tr...
FlammableStorage
Flammable Chemical Storage See: RLSS Flammable Hazard Class SOP Comments
LN2-Cryo
6.4 Cryogenic and Oxygen Deficiency Hazard Safety (Liquid Nitrogen) Overview Hazards Cryogens are substances used to produce very low temperatures below 153°...
LBTTraining
4.16 HSE Training Training is an essential component to safety and is required by federal and state regulation. Employees and working visitors must be trained on ...
LaserSafety
5.11 Laser Safety The LBTO utilizes open beam Class IV lasers as part of the ARGOS system. Controls are in place to ensure safety when the laser system is in use,...
ElectricalSafety
5.5 Electrical Safety LBTO's Electrical Safety Program is linked below under "Procedures and Requirements." Topics addressed in the program are: * Responsibi...
LineRoutingSecuring
Securing Cables and Hoses Cables, hoses, fibers, etc. snake all over the telescope and observatory. If not routed and secured correctly, they can cause a number o...
FallProtection
5.7 Fall Protection and Walking Working Surfaces Falls can cause serious injury or death. The physical characteristics of the telescope, enclosure, facility and ...
SRC
Safety Representative Committee (SRC) The Mission of the Safety Representative Committee (SRC) is to promote a safe working environment at the LBTO and provide al...
TelescopeLockout
5.22 Working On and Around the Telescope In addition to the hazards and risks related to the job, just physically being/working on and around the telescope expose...
ThermalHazards
5.19 Thermal Temperature Hazard Extremes Environmental Cold/Heat At 10,500 feet elevation, temperatures can be extremely cold, particularly in the winter months....
RemoteOperationOfEquipment
5.17 Robotics Remote Operation of Equipment Robotics and Industrial Machinery Equipment shall meet the industrial machinery, robotics, and controls standards a...
MachineGuarding
5.13 Machine Guarding Guarding Any tool designed to accommodate guarding must be equipped with that guard during use and the guard must not be altered. Safeguard...
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