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UArizona Advisories and Information on COVID-19

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Steward Observatory Safety Manual

 

Click here to be directed to the Incident and Near-Miss form

 

Potty Posters

New Potty Poster Added To Folder: Safety and You
Name of Poster: First Aid Kit Fact Sheet

New Safety Manual 2015
Chemical Safety
Ergonomics
Near Miss
Protect Yourself
Respiratory Safety
Safety Responsibilities and Procedures
Safety and You

 

Safety Notes - Solutions Based on Real Incidents

Safety Notes is dedicated to providing insight, resources and recommendations to our Astronomy & Steward Observatory community and employees.  Safety Notes is a tool that enables us to share safety solutions based on real incidents.  What’s important is that we are all conscious of safety in our work, with our team, and in our surroundings, including everyplace outside of work too.

Safety Note #1: Overhead Hazards and Head Protection

Safety Note #2: Digging/Trenching & Underground Service Lines

Safety Note #3: It's a Dry Heat - Heat Stress

Safety Note #4: Moonsoon Safety

Safety Note #5: High Altitude Health Safety Information

 

Emergency Operations Plans

Steward ObservatoryMt Graham International Observatory (MGIO)Imaging Technology Lab (ITL)

 

Start Here | Safety Resources from Research Laboratory & Safety Services and Risk Management

Laboratory Closure Information

Radiation Safety

Respiratory Protection Program

 

Safety Meeting Minutes

2019201820172016, 05/04/2021 Safety Webinar VIDEO

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Annual Safety Reports

2020, 2019, 2018201720162015201420132012201120102009200820072006

 

OSHA 300A Reports

2020, 2019201820172016

 

 

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