William D. Mclaughlin
Tayla M. Rose
Gregory M. Larkin
Operating Engineers Local 4 is committed to maintaining a work environment in which everyone is treated fairly and with dignity, decency, and respect. The work environment should be free of all forms of harassment and discrimination based on race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex (including pregnancy, gender identity/expression, and sexual orientation), disability, veteran status, marital status, genetic information, or any other characteristic or category protected under federal and/or state law.
Local 4 expects all Local 4 members, employees, and representatives to conduct themselves in a professional and courteous manner. Any harassment or discrimination will not be tolerated and, to the extent permitted by law, will be subject to Local 4 's complaint and investigation procedures. Any retaliation against any person complained about harassment and/or discrimination or any person who has cooperated with an investigation of a complaint will not be tolerated.
Anyone who has experienced or observed harassment, discrimination, or retaliation is strongly encouraged to contact any member of Local 4's Diversity Committee. Diversity Committee members include William McLaughlin, Greg Larkin, and Tayla Rose. They can be reached by calling the Union Hall at 508-533-1433. Local 4's Anti-Discrimination and Anti-Harassment Policy and Procedures is posted on our website and is available at the Union Hall and the Training Center.
Local 4 is committed to maintaining a diverse and inclusive membership and a safe and respectful workplace for all our members.
NEW MEMBERS’ ASSISTANCE COORDINATOR
Opioid abuse is rampant in the United States, where, on average, 130 people will die every day from an overdose. Abuse issues are even more prevalent in the construction industry, where our members frequently suffer from musculoskeletal pain because of the very nature of their work. Your Plan has already taken steps to combat this trend by reducing the number of opioid pills that may be dispensed per fill and by installing a stringent prior authorization process. The Plan has also partnered with Modern Assistance Programs (MAP), which since January 1, 2018 has had oversight of inpatient substance abuse claims so that our members and their families receive one-on-one personal attention and close-to-home treatment at high quality facilities.
Local 4 is going one step further to ensure that our members and their families can get quick access to care at their time of greatest need. Andy Franzen, an instructor at the Local 4 Training Center and a proud Local 4 member for over 20 years, has been trained to serve as a conduit between our members and their families and the higher level of care that is available at MAP. Andy is a highly-respected member of the Local 4 community, and he is devoted to serving our members with the greatest degree of confidentiality and care. Andy will have Narcan available if necessary, but our hope is that members and their families come to Andy before they have a life-or-death emergency, so that he can listen, provide support, and steer them in the right direction before they become one of that day’s 130 fatalities. Andy has a strong working relationship with MAP and its great team of professionals and will work with MAP to ensure that his brothers and sisters in crisis get the highest level of care and attention.
Andy can be reached at 781-364-6322 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Substance abuse and mental health issues know no bounds, and the effect on a family is devastating.
Please reach out if you, your family member, or friend is struggling with substance abuse or mental health, as we care about your well-being above all else.
1400 Hancock St, 2nd Floor, Quincy, MA 02169
Modern Assistance Programs, Inc. provides a full-range of services, including support for mental health, substance use, and work life balance. For 30 years Modern Assistance Programs, Inc. have been a leader in providing employee assistance and benefits management to construction and service sector trade unions, and private businesses, throughout New England.