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Steward Observatory Safety Manual

Environment, Health and Safety Manual

 

Introduction

 

CONTENTS

1.  DIRECTOR'S STATEMENT

100.0  Director's Statement

 

2.  SAFETY ORGANIZATION

200.0  Safety Management System Members

201.0  Safety Management System Mission and Responsibility

 

3.  SAFETY POLICY

300.0  Accidents and Accident Reporting Procedure

301.0  Administrative Action

302.0  Continuity of Operations Plan (COOP)

303.0  Employee Work Injury Instructions

304.0  Inspections and Audits

305.0  Manual Update Procedure

306.0  Metrics for Safety Performance

307.0  Steward Observatory Safety Commitment

 

4.  SAFETY FORMS

The forms in this section are only for example.  To complete a form, please print it.

400.0  Aerial Lift Inspection

401.0  Emergency Status Report

402.0  Employee Career Conversations

403.0  Incident and Near-Miss

404.0  New Employee Training Requirements

405.0  Safety Eyewear Protection Authorization

406.0  Safety Footwear Protection Authorization

407.0  Safety Manual Review

408.0  Safety Inspection Checklist

 

5.  SAFETY PROGRAMS AND REQUIREMENTS

500.0  Asbestos Management

501.0  Back Injury Prevention

502.0  Bloodborne Pathogens

503.0  Compressed Gases

504.0  Confined Space

505.0  Crane Safety

506.0  Cryogenic Liquids

507.0  Electrical Safety

508.0  Emergency Response/Action Plan: Incident Command System

509.0  Emergency Response/Action Plan: Action Plan

510.0  Emergency Response/Action Plan: Emergency Procedures

511.0  Emergency Response/Action Plan: Emergency Procedures ITL (Imaging Technology Lab)

512.0  Emergency Response/Action Plan: Emergency Procedures MGIO (Mt. Graham International Observatory)

513.0  Emergency Response/Action Plan: Emergency Procedures Steward Observatory

514.0  Emergency Response/Action Plan: Emergency Procedures Biological Spill

515.0  Emergency Response/Action Plan: Emergency Procedures Chemical Spill

516.0  Emergency Response/Action Plan: Emergency Procedures Fire

517.0  Emergency Response/Action Plan: Emergency Procedures Medical and First Aid

518.0  Emergency Response/Action Plan: Emergency Procedures Radiation

519.0  Emergency Response/Action Plan: Emergency Procedures Suspicious or Threatening Parcels and Letters

520.0  Emergency Response/Action Plan: Emergency Procedures Threats: Verbal/Written

521.0  Emergency Response/Action Plan: Emergency Procedures Utility Failure

522.0  Emergency Response/Action Plan: Evacuation Procedures

523.0  Environmental Compliance

524.0  Ergonomics

525.0  Fire Prevention

526.0  Flammable and Combustible Liquids

527.0 General and Interrelated Safety Requirements

528.0  Hazard Communication/Chemical Safety

529.0  Hearing Conservation

530.0  Housekeeping

531.0  Laser Safety

532.0  Lockout/Tagout

533.0  Machine Guarding/Tools

534.0  Medical Surveillance

535.0  Mountain Travel and Habitat

536.0  Office Safety

537.0  Personal Protective Equipment

538.0  Respiratory Protection

539.0  Safety Equipment and Supplies

540.0  Safety Signs and Placards

541.0  Significant Lifts

542.0  Student Worker Safety

543.0  Tailgate Safety Meetings

544.0  Telescope/Antennae Safety

545.0  Transporting the Injured

546.0  Two-Person Work Rule

547.0  Used-Oil Management and Fluorescent Lamp Disposal

548.0  Vehicle and Fleet Safety

549.0  Visitors

550.0  Walking, Working Surfaces/Ladders/Scaffolds

551.0  Welding, Cutting, Hot Work

552.0  Wildfires at Telescope Sites

553.0  Working at Elevation: Fall Protection

 

6.  SAFETY TRAINING

600.0  Forklift Safety

601.0  UArizona Risk Management Services Training

For the public
For Public

Public events include our Monday Night Lecture Series, world-reknowned Astronomy Camp and Mt Lemmon Sky Center.

For Students

A good place to start if you want to become an undergrad major or grad student, or need to find our schedule of classes.

 

For Scientists
For Scientists

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