Denver Zoo, as an organization, is committed to the safety and welfare of our staff, guests, and animals and our top priorities should never be ignored, minimized, or sacrificed. Our commitment to species conservation extends to our commitment to safety and our Denver Zoo community through our Occupational Health & Safety (OHS) Management System.
These Safety Guiding Principles inform the zoo’s strategic focus and decision-making in the context of our operations and all of the activities, products and services we provide for our zoo community. Denver Zoo’s community (zoo community) represents our zoo staff, volunteers, guests, members, donors, vendors, partners, the zoo and aquarium industry, and the communities in which we live and work. Denver Zoo’s leadership is committed to these guiding principles to help Denver Zoo serve as leaders in safety and accomplish our mission of inspiring communities to save wildlife for future generations.
Denver Zoo is incredibly grateful for your support. Together, we can navigate the changes, both small and large, that help keep each other safe and healthy.
Guests at Denver Zoo should follow these guidelines during their visit:
In order to keep our guests, staff and animals safe, Denver Zoo has enacted the following safety practices: