Inclusion Plus Institute

Code Of Conduct, Incident Reporting, & Participant Support

We have zero-tolerance for harassment, discrimination, microaggressive behaviors, intimidation, threats, and violence.

Code Of Conduct, Incident Reporting, & Participant Support

We have zero-tolerance for harassment, discrimination, microaggressive behaviors, intimidation, threats, and violence.

Zpryme is committed to making The Energy Thought Summit (ETS’23) a professional and welcoming environment. A SafeSpace+ encourages every participant to contribute and participate fully in an environment free from harassment, where differences are embraced and used constructively for positive outcomes.

The ETS’23 Code of Conduct applies to participants, attendees, employees, speakers, sponsors, vendors, contractors, volunteers, and other guests. By registering or attending the event. You commit to read, understand and agree to the Code of Conduct provided.

Cooperation

Zpryme has a zero-tolerance policy for behavior violating any state, federal, or local law or regulation. In response to repeated and witnessed incidents of unacceptable behavior, Zpryme reserves the right to ask a person to leave or limit attendance at future meetings.

No Retaliation

Zpryme will not tolerate any actual or attempted reprisals or retaliation against individuals who raise in good faith a concern that this Code of Conduct has been violated or who participate in investigating such a concern.

Incident Reporting

Our anonymous reporting tool allows you to share any incidents with our leaders. If you have experienced behavior violating our code of conduct, please share your feedback via the link below.

Emergency?

Zpryme asks that anyone who experiences or witnesses behavior such as assault that constitutes an immediate or serious threat to safety contact 911 or ask for public security.

FAQs

All reports will be immediately recorded by the Inclusion Plus Institute and shared with a group of Zpryme Executive Staff.

Yes! By reporting what we see, we can act as allies to those around us. Observed threats to creating a Safe Space will help Zpryme take action and consider preventative measures to implement if needed.

All submissions are 100% confidential and anonymous unless one chooses to self-disclose.  If you provide your information, you may be contacted by the Zpryme Executive Team for follow-up. If you remain anonymous, your reporting will help Zpryme improve and hold a thoughtful discussion for continued growth and innovation.

While Zpryme Executive Staff will review your incident report, representatives from the Inclusion Plus Institute will be available to support you on-site at ETS 2023.  You can find our table across from the registration desk and find us throughout the event. 

After the event’s closing, incident reporting will remain open for one week (7 calendar days). You can share your experience during the conference or take the time to process and use the reporting mechanism afterward. The Zpryme Executive Team will review the reporting daily during the event and at the end of the following week.

SafeSpace+ provides the proper guidelines for behavior and the ability to report an incident. Our onsite personnel cannot provide legal counsel.  If you have experienced conduct that constitutes an immediate or serious threat to safety, contact 911 or ask for public security.

Zpryme asks that anyone who experiences or witnesses behavior such as assault that constitutes an immediate or serious threat to safety contact 911 or ask for public security.

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