The LBTO is committed to protecting the health and safety of our staff, visitors, the community and the environment as we carry out our scientific mission. We believe that safety, science, productivity, and quality are mutually supportive, and that safety is integral to each job. As stewards of our land, the LBTO also seeks to minimize pollution and other impact to our environment. See the LBTO Safety Policy for futher information.
Current Summit Travel Restrictions: 4 Wheel Drive Only with High Under Clearance (Truck or Large SUV) Only due to rain, road washouts, and snow. Call Summit for clearance before departing base camp.
In Case of Emergency at the LBT Observatory (Mountain):
Evacuate to safe area if necessary
Call for help (3 "Maydays" over radio & 911)
Assist to your level of training and experience.
Medical Illness 24-hour On-Call Physician: 520-694-4222, select option 1, Inform nurse you are calling from MGIO.
Workplace Injury Nurse Triage: 800-625-2877