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Ensuring health and safety in the Safari industry holds significance in safeguarding the well-being of both guests and staff within the unique and ever-changing settings of wildlife-rich regions. Safari experiences allow travelers to engage with nature and witness awe-inspiring wildlife encounters. However, operating in remote and often unpredictable locations demands meticulous planning, rigorous adherence to safety protocols, and an awareness of potential risks.

Whether addressing the challenges posed by wildlife interactions or maintaining food hygiene in camp kitchens, each component plays a pivotal role in creating unforgettable and secure Safari adventures. By prioritising health and safety, Safari operators adhere to the principles of responsible tourism, preserving the environment and the well-being of all those participating in these extraordinary journeys.

Learning Outcomes

  • Understand the unique health and safety challenges 
  • Identify potential hazards and risks 
  • Implement effective safety protocols and procedures 
  • Demonstrate proper personal hygiene practices and food handling techniques 
  • Apply pest control measures to prevent infestations and maintain a hygienic environment 
  • Create and execute emergency response plans, including fire safety protocols and evacuation procedures
  • Understand the importance of security measures 
  • Demonstrate basic first aid skills to provide immediate assistance 
  • Ensure compliance with local regulations and international health and safety standards to uphold responsible and sustainable tourism practices

Course Content

This short learning course covers critical topics about health and safety in Safari environments. You will identify potential hazards specific to these unique settings, including wildlife encounters, challenging weather conditions, and remote locations. The course equips you with the knowledge and skills to implement appropriate safety measures, preventing accidents and incidents during various Safari activities, such as game drives, walking Safaris, and boat excursions.

Furthermore, you will learn the importance of demonstrating personal health and hygiene practices to minimise the risk of foodborne illnesses and maintain a clean and safe working environment. Pest control measures are also addressed, ensuring the prevention of infestations, and maintaining a hygienic environment.

The course guides you in creating and implementing emergency response plans, including fire safety protocols and evacuation procedures to guarantee the safety of both guests and staff. Identifying and addressing potential security risks in Safari locations is another aspect of promoting a secure and welcoming environment for travelers.

You will be introduced to essential first aid techniques to provide immediate assistance during common injuries and medical emergencies during Safaris. Ensuring compliance with local regulations and international standards related to health and safety in the Safari industry is emphasised throughout the course.

Lastly, the course promotes a culture of safety and responsibility among staff and guests, creating an environment where everyone actively upholds health and safety standards.


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