Hotel staff in Bahía de Banderas are trained in coexistence with wildlife in the region

Elements of State Civil Protection trained hotel staff in wildlife management in the Bahía de Banderas region, Nayarit.

They trained staff from a well-known hotel in the municipality of Bahía de Bandera, through specialized talks on the peaceful coexistence of humans with regional wildlife by Citizen Protection and Firefighters personnel from the State of Nayarit.

The personnel targeted by these talks include security, maintenance, gardening employees, as well as those who perform functions in the beverage and food area. The specialized firefighter elements have focused their teachings on specific topics related to the treatment and knowledge of various species present in these areas, such as crocodiles, iguanas and snakes.

The initiative not only aims to reinforce staff safety and understanding, but also to cultivate a harmonious coexistence between workers and local wildlife. Collaboration with private companies, as in this case with the hotel in question, demonstrates a constant commitment to training personnel, ensuring both the integrity of the workers and the preservation of the fauna that inhabits the State.

Citizen Protection and State Firefighters actively seek to promote a safe and conscious environment, through training hotel staff, underscoring the importance of respectful coexistence between humans and wildlife in these areas. The initiative reflects a comprehensive commitment to preserving the natural balance and the safety of the community.

In such a way that both workers and tourists who visit the aforementioned hotel can have a harmonious coexistence with the wild fauna that lives in the area in which the lodging establishment is located, through training of business personnel, with which seeks to ensure that there are no incidents within the facilities.

Source: Tribuna de la Bahia