ZeeZout: Social Safety House Rules31/08/2023
Ensuring the safety and well-being of all visitors, artists and crew is our top priority at our events. We’ve devised a set of Social Safety House Rules that embody our values. We kindly request that everybody attending ZeeZout Festival respect these nine rules.
- At ZeeZout, we embrace and accept each other.
- Our communication with and towards each other is positive, friendly and respectful. We consider our words carefully when addressing others and always ensure we do not offend or disrespect anyone.
- We value each other’s privacy and are committed to establish a safe and open environment.
- Everyone is free to wear whatever they like. We do ask you to refrain from wearing football jerseys or offensive and derogatory (racist, homophobic, etc.) clothing.
- Touching or approaching someone is only allowed after clear consent is given. If someone touches you without permission, addresses you in an unwanted or inappropriate manner, or makes you feel uncomfortable or unsafe, calmly exit the situation and inform the social safety team, bar staff, security, or first aid.
- We watch out for one another and lend a helping hand. If you spot someone in an uncomfortable situation, don’t hesitate to notify the social safety team, bar staff, security, or first aid. We’re here to support each other!
- If you or someone around you is feeling unwell, don’t hesitate to visit first aid. These professionals are here to help you no matter what. Know that you can visit first aid without any consequences.
- At ZeeZout, we care about the well-being of people, animals, and nature. It is our responsibility to leave the environment clean and tidy.
- ZeeZout Festival has a zero-tolerance policy for racism, sexism, ableism, body shaming, homophobia, and transphobia. All forms of (sexual) misconduct or violence are strictly prohibited.
All incidents are taken seriously, and our aim is to assist you. Your anonymity as a visitor will be preserved. In case of any breach of our house rules, we reserve the right to remove the individual from the festival premises.