Kitt Peak End of Shift Questionnaire

This form is to be filled out at the end of each daily/nightly shift on Kitt Peak.

Name:  

Email Address:  



(1) In the course of your work day did you have any safety concerns (working with equipment or personnel)?


(If you answered Yes to question (1), please explain):


(2)  Were you unable to complete your assigned tasks successfully and safely today?


(If you answered Yes to question (2), what changes need to be made?):


(3)  Were there any newly implemented procedures or restrictions (due to COVID-19) that prevented you from completing your job today?


(If you answered Yes to question (3), which procedure?):


(4)  What changes, if any, to these newly implemented procedures would you suggest to make you more effective or efficient at your job?







Kitt Peak National Observatory (KPNO), part of the National Optical Astronomy Observatory (NOAO), supports the most diverse collection of astronomical observatories on Earth for nighttime optical and infrared astronomy and daytime study of the Sun. Sharing the mountaintop site with the National Solar Observatory, KPNO, founded in 1958, operates three major nighttime telescopes and hosts the facilities of consortia which operate 22 optical telescopes and two radio telescopes. (See the Tenant Observatories list.) Kitt Peak is located 56 miles southwest of Tucson, AZ, in the Schuk Toak District on the Tohono O'odham Nation and has a Visitor Center open daily to the public.

If you need to contact someone at NOAO but are uncertain of that person's email address, simply send email to "first_inital_last_name_at_noao.edu", i.e., bsmith_at_noao.edu or jdoe_at_noao.edu. A general purpose email account has been set up to answer any questions you have about observing at Kitt Peak and don't know who to ask. Any and all questions you have can be e-mailed to this address: kpno_at_noao.edu and it will be forwarded to the appropriate person.

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