Note: Because SABER is virtual this year, this code of conduct extends to all virtual communication, including Zoom presentations, chat comments, and any virtual interaction with SABER members. If you witness a problem or if something happened to you, you can anonymously report it here.
SABER is committed to creating and providing a professional and welcoming environment for all participants, regardless of gender, LGBTQ+ status, disability, race, ethnicity, religion, national origin or other protected class. The SABER community expects all participants to help ensure a safe and positive experience for everyone.
Expected professional behavior of attendees includes:
Unacceptable behaviors will not be tolerated during any portion of a SABER sanctioned activity, including, but not limited to, the conference events, travel to and from the conference, and social times during the meeting. Unacceptable behaviors of attendees include, but are not limited to, the following:
If you witness or are the recipient of unacceptable behavior please consider the following possible actions:
An unacceptable behavior form can be submitted electronically. In the future, we will also provide Google phone numbers for contacts.
Information related to reported unacceptable behavior will be handled discreetly and promptly. Complaints will be investigated in a timely manner by SABER or a third party on SABER’s behalf.
Those who are in violation of SABER’s code of conduct will be asked to stop unacceptable behavior immediately and if deemed necessary, depart the meeting at their own expense. SABER reserves the right to prohibit attendance at any future meeting for violation of the above.
Direct all inquiries to the co-chairs of the SABER Diversity and Inclusion Committee.