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  • The IBT and your Atlanta Committee members, Geoff Maloney and Chris Rogers have been negotiating with Company management since 2010; almost as long as the IBT have been negotiating for the Express Jet CRJ members. 

    The Company has now given us their final, closeout proposal on wages. Neither the International Brotherhood of Teamsters Airline Division, the Business Agents of Local 210 and Local 19, nor your rank-and-file committee members are recommending this be ratified. A detailed letter from your ExpressJet CRJ Negotiating Committee can be found here. A copy of the company’s last, best and final offer can be found here.

    Ballots were mailed on Tuesday, June 20, 2017.  Each member will receive voting instructions and credentials required for voting.  Voting will close on Monday, July 10, and will be counted the same day. 

  • The ‘Let’s Get America Working!’ campaign seeks to restore a dynamic and prosperous middle class to drive economic growth by helping to advance policy decisions that create and maintain good middle-income jobs, guarantee retirement security, expand access to the American Dream, and ensure that the benefits of the ongoing economic recovery are felt by the many, not just the few.

  • We Are eXPOsing XPO’s Global Greed

    XPO Logistics is a top ten global logistics and transportation company with annual revenue of $15 billion and 89,000 employees, another 10,000 workers classified as independent contractors, and thousands more working for firms that subcontract with XPO. We are the REAL workers at XPO Logistics worldwide exposing the truth about the company’s global greed, illegal wage theft, unsafe conditions, and abhorrent and vicious anti-worker, anti-union tactics. 

    This greed includes mistreating former Con-way Freight workers in the United States who are being kept in the dark about terminal closures and layoffs, and the company’s illegal refusal to bargain contracts and denying their workers’ federally protected right to organize. It also includes port, rail and last-mile drivers around the country and in Southern California fighting wage theft in excess of $200 million because they are misclassified as independent contractors and denied the right to form their union. This greed has caused numerous lawsuits and strikes.  Greed also means an unsafe workplace and mistreating its warehouse employees.

    XPO’s greed extends to Europe beginning with breaking its promise to not layoff any workers for at least 18 months. French workers and the unions have been fighting back against XPO’s disrespect, lies and attempts to slash jobs. Similar struggles are taking place in Great Britain, Spain, Belgium, the Netherlands, and across Europe.

    Join the worldwide struggle now! Get involved with this campaign by joining the Facebook group “XPO Exposed.”

    Together, we can eXPOse the company’s global greed and win fairness, respect and dignity for tens of thousands of XPO employees around the world!

  • This webpage provides information on the Teamsters Union’s legislative advocacy at both the federal and state level as well as our field activity to support those policy positions and to get strong labor candidates elected to office.  Among other resources, you will find our federal legislative scorecard, formal statements of policy position and communications to Capitol Hill,  a weekly update on federal legislative happenings, an overview of bills we are tracking at the state level, and quick links to take action on priority issues.

  • Negotiations for the National Master Automobile Transporters Agreement (NMATA) recently concluded and a tentative agreement has been reached. On Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017 representatives from carhaul local unions met in Detroit to endorse the National Agreement and the Central-Southern Supplement, paving the way for members to vote. The Eastern and Western Supplements were approved in 2016, and will not be re-voted. However, all carhaul members will get to exercise their right to vote on the National Agreement and General Monetary Changes.

    Ballots will be mailed out on or about March 10 and are tentatively scheduled to be counted on March 30.

    The tentative agreement is from September 1, 2015, until May 31, 2021.

  • Workers’ pensions are being endangered by both Congress and those charged with overseeing them. The Teamsters and our members are standing united to say “No!” to cuts and “Yes!” to greater retirement security!

  • On Wednesday, April 5, 2017, the International Brotherhood of Teamsters and Southwest Airlines reached an agreement covering more than 300 material specialists. Details of the agreement are available on this webpage, along with materials explaining the components of this contract.

    Ballots will be mailed on or about Wednesday, May 31, 2017. Each member will receive voting instructions and credentials required for voting via mail, along with paper copies of the tentative agreement’s highlights, the tentative agreement, and a copy of the seniority list. Voting will close on June 21, ballots will begin to be counted the same day.  Please continue to check this page for more information, it will be posted as soon as it becomes available.

  • The Teamsters Union represents more than 250,000 members at UPS and UPS Freight. UPS remains an active member of the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) despite the organization’s anti-worker and anti-union agenda that seeks to undermine and weaken worker protections.

  • This web page provides information on our fight against fast-track legislation. The measure requires Congress to take only a quick up-or-down vote on secret trade deals like the Trans-Pacific Partnership and does not allow such agreements to be amended. It limits Congress’ constitutionally mandated oversight of such trade deals and lets others decide what’s best for America. The result is fewer good-paying U.S. jobs and unsafe food and products for Americans. Read more to find out why fast track is the wrong track for Teamsters and America.

  • Workers across the country at FedEx Freight and Con-way Freight are standing shoulder to shoulder to form their unions with the Teamsters to win a more secure future. Momentum is building with a first wave of victories with many more to come.

    There is growing worker resentment toward the companies after years of being treated unfairly. While the companies have suddenly made improvements since workers began to organize, workers know that without a legally binding contract the company can take these things away at any time.

    The unfulfilled promises that have been made to drivers and dockworkers over the past decade are coming back to haunt management.

    But now workers are taking action and standing up for themselves by forming their union. It's a different era now. It's Teamster Time! LIKE our Facebook page, here.

     
Notice of Privacy Practices
Updated On: Sep 19, 2013

Notice of Health, Welfare & Insurance Fund, Teamsters Local Union NO. 653

Health Information Privacy Practices

THIS NOTICE DESCRIBES HOW MEDICAL INFORMATION ABOUT YOU MAY BE USED AND DISCLOSED AND HOW YOU CAN GET ACCESS TO THIS INFORMATION.  PLEASE REVIEW IT CAREFULLY.


The effective date of this Notice of Health, Welfare & Insurance Fund, Teamsters Local 653 Health Information Privacy Practices (the “Notice”) is September 23, 2013.


Health, Welfare & Insurance Fund, Teamsters Local 653 (the “Plan”) provides health benefits to eligible employees of Covered Employers (the “Company”) and their eligible dependents as described in the summary plan description(s) for the Plan.  The Plan creates, receives, uses, maintains and discloses health information about participating employees and dependents in the course of providing these health benefits.


For ease of reference, in the remainder of this Notice, the words “you,” “your,” and “yours” refers to any individual with respect to whom the Plan receives, creates or maintains Protected Health Information, including employees, retirees, and COBRA qualified beneficiaries, if any, and their respective dependents.


The Plan is required by law to take reasonable steps to protect your Protected Health Information from inappropriate use or disclosure.


Your “Protected Health Information” (PHI) is information about your past, present, or future physical or mental health condition, the provision of health care to you, or the past, present, or future payment for health care provided to you, but only if the information identifies you or there is a reasonable basis to believe that the information could be used to identify you.  Protected health information includes information of a person living or deceased (for a period of fifty years after the death.)


The Plan is required by law to provide notice to you of the Plan’s duties and privacy practices with respect to your PHI, and is doing so through this Notice.  This Notice describes the different ways in which the Plan uses and discloses PHI.  It is not feasible in this Notice to describe in detail all of the specific uses and disclosures the Plan may make of PHI, so this Notice describes all of the categories of uses and disclosures of PHI that the Plan may make and, for most of those categories, gives examples of those uses and disclosures.

The Plan is required to abide by the terms of this Notice until it is replaced.  The Plan may change its privacy practices at any time and, if any such change requires a change to the terms of this Notice, the Plan will revise and re-distribute this Notice according to the Plan’s distribution process.  Accordingly, the Plan can change the terms of this Notice at any time.  The Plan has the right to make any such change effective for all of your PHI that the Plan creates, receives or maintains, even if the Plan received or created that PHI before the effective date of the change.

The Plan is distributing this Notice, and will distribute any revisions, only to participating employees, retirees and COBRA qualified beneficiaries, if any.  If you have coverage under the Plan as a dependent of an employee, retiree or COBRA qualified beneficiary, you can get a copy of the Notice by requesting it from the contact named at the end of this Notice.

Please note that this Notice applies only to your PHI that the Plan maintains.  It does not affect your doctor’s or other health care provider’s privacy practices with respect to your PHI that they maintain.

Receipt of Your PHI by the Company and Business Associates

The Plan may disclose your PHI to, and allow use and disclosure of your PHI by, the Company and Business Associates without obtaining your authorization.

Plan Sponsor:  The Company is the Plan Sponsor and Plan Administrator.  The Plan may disclose to the Company, in summary form, claims history and other information so that the Company may solicit premium bids for health benefits, or to modify, amend or terminate the Plan.  This summary information omits your name and Social Security Number and certain other identifying information.  The Plan may also disclose information about your participation and enrollment status in the Plan to the Company and receive similar information from the Company.  If the Company agrees in writing that it will protect the information against inappropriate use or disclosure, the Plan also may disclose to the Company a limited data set that includes your PHI, but omits certain direct identifiers, as described later in this Notice.

The Plan may disclose your PHI to the Company for plan administration functions performed by the Company on behalf of the Plan, if the Company certifies to the Plan that it will protect your PHI against inappropriate use and disclosure.

Example:  The Company reviews and decides appeals of claim denials under the Plan.  The Claims Administrator provides PHI regarding an appealed claim to the Company for that review, and the Company uses PHI to make the decision on appeal.

Business Associates:  The Plan and the Company hire third parties, such as a third party administrator (the “Claims Administrator”), to help the Plan provide health benefits.  These third parties are known as the Plan’s “Business Associates.”  The Plan may disclose your PHI to Business Associates, like the Claims Administrator, who are hired by the Plan or the Company to assist or carry out the terms of the Plan.  In addition, these Business Associates may receive PHI from third parties or create PHI about you in the course of carrying out the terms of the Plan.  The Plan and the Company must require all Business Associates to agree in writing that they will protect your PHI against inappropriate use or disclosure, and will require their subcontractors and agents to do so, too.

For purposes of this Notice, all actions of the Company and the Business Associates that are taken on behalf of the Plan are considered actions of the Plan.  For example, health information maintained in the files of the Claims Administrator is considered maintained by the Plan.  So, when this Notice refers to the Plan taking various actions with respect to health information, those actions may be taken by the Company or a Business Associate on behalf of the Plan.

How the Plan May Use or Disclose Your PHI

The Plan may use and disclose your PHI for the following purposes without obtaining your authorization.  And, with only limited exceptions, we will send all mail to you, the employee.  This includes mail relating to your spouse and other family members who are covered under the Plan.  If a person covered under the Plan has requested Restrictions or Confidential Communications, and if the Plan has agreed to the request, the Plan will send mail as provided by the request for Restrictions or Confidential Communications.

Your Health Care Treatment:  The Plan may disclose your PHI for treatment (as defined in applicable federal rules) activities of a health care provider.

Example:  If your doctor requested information from the Plan about previous claims under the Plan to assist in treating you, the Plan could disclose your PHI for that purpose.

Example:  The Plan might disclose information about your prior prescriptions to a pharmacist for the pharmacist’s reference in determining whether a new prescription may be harmful to you.

Making or Obtaining Payment for Health Care or Coverage:  The Plan may use or disclose your PHI for payment (as defined in applicable federal rules) activities, including making payment to or collecting payment from third parties, such as health care providers and other health plans.

Example:  The Plan will receive bills from physicians for medical care provided to you that will contain your PHI.  The Plan will use this PHI, and create PHI about you, in the course of determining whether to pay, and paying, benefits with respect to such a bill.  

Example:  The Plan may consider and discuss your medical history with a health care provider to determine whether a particular treatment for which Plan benefits are or will be claimed is medically necessary as defined in the Plan.

The Plan’s use or disclosure of your PHI for payment purposes may include uses and disclosures for the following purposes, among others.

  • Obtaining payments required for coverage under the Plan

  • Determining or fulfilling its responsibility to provide coverage and/or benefits under the Plan, including eligibility determinations and claims adjudication

  • Obtaining or providing reimbursement for the provision of health care (including coordination of benefits, subrogation, and determination of cost sharing amounts)

  • Claims management, collection activities, obtaining payment under a stop-loss insurance policy, and related health care data processing

  • Reviewing health care services to determine medical necessity, coverage under the Plan, appropriateness of care, or justification of charges

  • Utilization review activities, including precertification and preauthorization of services, concurrent and retrospective review of services

The Plan also may disclose your PHI for purposes of assisting other health plans (including other health plans sponsored by the Company), health care providers, and health care clearinghouses with their payment activities, including activities like those listed above with respect to the Plan.

Health Care Operations:  The Plan may use and disclose your PHI for health care operations (as defined in applicable federal rules) which includes a variety of facilitating activities.

Example:  If claims you submit to the Plan indicate that you have diabetes or another chronic condition, the Plan may use and disclose your PHI to refer you to a disease management program.  

Example:  If claims you submit to the Plan indicate that the stop-loss coverage that the Company has purchased in connection with the Plan may be triggered, the Plan may use or disclose your PHI to inform the stop-loss carrier of the potential claim and to make any claim that ultimately applies.

The Plan’s use and disclosure of your PHI for health care operations purposes may include uses and disclosures for the following purposes.

  • Quality assessment and improvement activities

  • Disease management, case management and care coordination

  • Activities designed to improve health or reduce health care costs

  • Contacting health care providers and patients with information about treatment alternatives

  • Accreditation, certification, licensing or credentialing activities

  • Fraud and abuse detection and compliance programs

The Plan also may use or disclose your PHI for purposes of assisting other health plans (including other plans sponsored by the Company), health care providers and health care clearinghouses with their health care operations activities that are like those listed above, but only to the extent that both the Plan and the recipient of the disclosed information have a relationship with you and the PHI pertains to that relationship.

  • The Plan’s use and disclosure of your PHI for health care operations purposes may include uses and disclosures for the following additional purposes, among others.

  • Underwriting (with the exception of PHI that is genetic information) premium rating and performing related functions to create, renew or replace insurance related to the Plan

  • Planning and development, such as cost-management analyses

  • Conducting or arranging for medical review, legal services, and auditing functions

  • Business management and general administrative activities, including implementation of, and compliance with, applicable laws, and creating de-identified health information or a limited data set

The Plan also may use or disclose your PHI for purposes of assisting other health plans for which the Company is the plan sponsor, and any insurers and/or HMOs with respect to those plans, with their health care operations activities similar to both categories listed above.

Limited Data Set:  The Plan may disclose a limited data set to a recipient who agrees in writing that the recipient will protect the limited data set against inappropriate use or disclosure.  A limited data set is health information about you and/or others that omits your name and Social Security Number and certain other identifying information.

Legally Required:  The Plan will use or disclose your PHI to the extent required to do so by applicable law.  This may include disclosing your PHI in compliance with a court order, or a subpoena or summons.  In addition, the Plan must allow the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to audit Plan records.

Health or Safety: When consistent with applicable law and standards of ethical conduct, the Plan may disclose your PHI if the Plan, in good faith, believes that such disclosure is necessary to prevent or lessen a serious and imminent threat to your health or the health and safety of others.

Law Enforcement:  The Plan may disclose your PHI to a law enforcement official if the Plan believes in good faith that your PHI constitutes evidence of criminal conduct that occurred on the premises of the Plan.  The Plan also may disclose your PHI for limited law enforcement purposes.

Lawsuits and Disputes:  In addition to disclosures required by law in response to court orders, the Plan may disclose your PHI in response to a subpoena, discovery request or other lawful process, but only if certain efforts have been made to notify you of the subpoena, discovery request or other lawful process or to obtain an order protecting the information to be disclosed.

Workers’ Compensation:  The Plan may use and disclose your PHI when authorized by and to the extent necessary to comply with laws related to workers’ compensation or other similar programs.

Emergency Situation:  The Plan may disclose your PHI to a family member, friend, or other person, for the purpose of helping you with your health care or payment for your health care, if you are in an emergency medical situation and you cannot give your agreement to the Plan to do this.

Personal Representatives:  The Plan will disclose your PHI to your personal representatives appointed by you or designated by applicable law (a parent acting for a minor child, or a guardian appointed for an incapacitated adult, for example) to the same extent that the Plan would disclose that information to you.  The Plan may choose not to disclose information to a personal representative if it has reasonable belief that: 1) you have been or may be a victim of domestic abuse by your personal representative; or 2) recognizing such person as your personal representative may result in harm to you; or 3) it is not in your best interest to treat such person as your personal representative.

Public Health: To the extent that other applicable law does not prohibit such disclosures, the Plan may disclose your PHI for purposes of certain public health activities, including, for example, reporting information related to an FDA-regulated product’s quality, safety or effectiveness to a person subject to FDA jurisdiction.

Health Oversight Activities: The Plan may disclose your PHI to a public health oversight agency for authorized activities, including audits, civil, administrative or criminal investigations; inspections; licensure or disciplinary actions.

Coroner, Medical Examiner, or Funeral Director:  The Plan may disclose your PHI to a coroner or medical examiner for the purposes of identifying a deceased person, determining a cause of death or other duties as authorized by law.  Also, the Plan may disclose your PHI to a funeral director, consistent with applicable law, as necessary to carry out the funeral director’s duties.

Organ Donation.  The Plan may use or disclose your PHI to assist entities engaged in the procurement, banking, or transplantation of cadaver organs, eyes, or tissue.

Specified Government Functions:  In specified circumstances, federal regulations may require the Plan to use or disclose your PHI to facilitate specified government functions related to the military and veterans, national security and intelligence activities, protective services for the president and others, and correctional institutions and inmates.

Research:  The Plan may disclose your PHI to researchers when your individual identifiers have been removed or when an institutional review board or privacy board has reviewed the research proposal and established a process to ensure the privacy of the requested information and approves the research.

Disclosures to You:  When you make a request for your PHI, the Plan is required to disclose to you your medical records, billing records, and any other records used to make decisions regarding your health care benefits.  The Plan must also, when requested by you, provide you with an accounting of disclosures of your PHI if such disclosures were for any reason other than Treatment, Payment, or Health Care Operations (and if you did not authorize the disclosure).

Authorization to Use or Disclose Your PHI

Except as stated above, the Plan will not use or disclose your PHI unless it first receives written authorization from you.  If you authorize the Plan to use or disclose your PHI, you may revoke that authorization in writing at any time, by sending notice of your revocation to the contact person named at the end of this Notice.  To the extent that the Plan has taken action in reliance on your authorization (entered into an agreement to provide your PHI to a third party, for example) you cannot revoke your authorization.

Furthermore, we will not: (1) supply confidential information to another company for its marketing purposes (unless it is for certain limited Health Care Operations); (2) sell your confidential information (unless under strict legal restrictions) (to sell means to receive direct or indirect remuneration); (3) provide your confidential information to a potential employer with whom you are seeking employment without your signed authorization; or (4) use or disclose psychotherapy notes unless required by law.

Additionally, if a state or other law requires disclosure of immunization records to a school, written authorization is no longer required.  However, a covered entity still must obtain and document an agreement which may be oral and over the phone.   

The Plan May Contact You

The Plan may contact you for various reasons, usually in connection with claims and payments and usually by mail.


You should note that the Plan may contact you about treatment alternatives or other health-related benefits and services that may be of interest to you.


Your Rights With Respect to Your PHI

Confidential Communication by Alternative Means:  If you feel that disclosure of your PHI could endanger you, the Plan will accommodate a reasonable request to communicate with you by alternative means or at alternative locations.  For example, you might request the Plan to communicate with you only at a particular address.  If you wish to request confidential communications, you must make your request in writing to the contact person named at the end of this Notice.  You do not need to state the specific reason that you feel disclosure of your PHI might endanger you in making the request, but you do need to state whether that is the case.  Your request also must specify how or where you wish to be contacted.  The Plan will notify you if it agrees to your request for confidential communication.  You should not assume that the Plan has accepted your request until the Plan confirms its agreement to that request in writing.

Request Restriction on Certain Uses and Disclosures:  You may request the Plan to restrict the uses and disclosures it makes of your PHI.  This request will restrict or limit the PHI that is disclosed for Treatment, Payment, or Health Care Operations, and this restriction may limit the information that the Plan discloses to someone who is involved in your care or the payment for your care.  The Plan is not required to agree to a requested restriction, but if it does agree to your requested restriction, the Plan is bound by that agreement, unless the information is needed in an emergency situation.  There are some restrictions, however, that are not permitted even with the Plan’s agreement.  To request a restriction, please submit your written request to the contact person identified at the end of this Notice.  In the request please specify:  (1) what information you want to restrict; (2) whether you want to limit the Plan’s use of that information, its disclosure of that information, or both; and (3) to whom you want the limits to apply (a particular physician, for example).  The Plan will notify you if it agrees to a requested restriction on how your PHI is used or disclosed.  You should not assume that the Plan has accepted a requested restriction until the Plan confirms its agreement to that restriction in writing. You may request restrictions on our use and disclosure of your confidential information for the treatment, payment and health care operations purposes explained in this Notice.  Notwithstanding this policy, the plan will comply with any restriction request if (1) except as otherwise required by law, the disclosure is to the health plan for purposes of carrying out payment or health care operations (and it is not for purposes of carrying out treatment); and (2) the PHI pertains solely to a health care item or service for which the health care provider has been paid out-of-pocket in full.

Right to Be Notified of a Breach:  You have the right to be notified in the event that the plan (or a Business Associate) discovers a breach of unsecured protected health information.

Electronic Health Records:  You may also request and receive an accounting of disclosures of electronic health records made for treatment, payment, or health care operations during the prior three years for disclosures made on or after (1) January 1, 2014 for electronic health records acquired before January 1, 2009; or (2) January 1, 2011 for electronic health records acquired on or after January 1, 2009.  

The first list you request within a 12-month period will be free.  You may be charged for providing any additional lists within a 12-month period.

Paper Copy of This Notice:  You have a right to request and receive a paper copy of this Notice at any time, even if you received this Notice previously, or have agreed to receive this Notice electronically.  To obtain a paper copy please call or write the contact person named at the end of this Notice.

Right to Access Your PHI:  You have a right to access your PHI in the Plan’s enrollment, payment, claims adjudication and case management records, or in other records used by the Plan to make decisions about you, in order to inspect it and obtain a copy of it.  Your request for access to this PHI should be made in writing to the contact person named at the end of this Notice.  The Plan may deny your request for access, for example, if you request information compiled in anticipation of a legal proceeding.  If access is denied, you will be provided with a written notice of the denial, a description of how you may exercise any review rights you might have, and a description of how you may complain to Plan or the Secretary of Health and Human Services.  If you request a copy of your PHI, the Plan may charge a reasonable fee for copying and, if applicable, postage associated with your request.

Right to Amend:  You have the right to request amendments to your PHI in the Plan’s records if you believe that it is incomplete or inaccurate.  A request for amendment of PHI in the Plan’s records should be made in writing to the contact person named at the end of this Notice.  The Plan may deny the request if it does not include a reason to support the amendment.  The request also may be denied if, for example, your PHI in the Plan’s records was not created by the Plan, if the PHI you are requesting to amend is not part of the Plan's records, or if the Plan determines the records containing your health information are accurate and complete.  If the Plan denies your request for an amendment to your PHI, it will notify you of its decision in writing, providing the basis for the denial, information about how you can include information on your requested amendment in the Plan’s records, and a description of how you may complain to Plan or the Secretary of Health and Human Services.

Accounting:  You have the right to receive an accounting of certain disclosures made of your health information.  Most of the disclosures that the Plan makes of your PHI are not subject to this accounting requirement because routine disclosures (those related to payment of your claims, for example) generally are excluded from this requirement.  Also, disclosures that you authorize or that occurred prior to April 14, 2003 are not subject to this requirement.  To request an accounting of disclosures of your PHI, you must submit your request in writing to the contact person named at the end of this Notice.  Your request must state a time period which may not be longer than six years and may not include dates before April 14, 2003.  Your request should indicate in what form you want the accounting to be provided (for example on paper or electronically).  The first list you request within a 12-month period will be free.  If you request more than one accounting within a 12-month period, the Plan will charge a reasonable, cost-based fee for each subsequent accounting.

Personal Representatives:  You may exercise your rights through a personal representative.  Your personal representative will be required to produce evidence of his/her authority to act on your behalf before that person will be given access to your PHI or allowed to take any action for you.  The Plan retains discretion to deny a personal representative access to your PHI to the extent permissible under applicable law.

Complaints

If you believe that your privacy rights have been violated, you have the right to express complaints to the Plan and to the Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services.  Any complaints to the Plan should be made in writing to the contact person named at the end of this Notice.  The Plan encourages you to express any concerns you may have regarding the privacy of your information.  You will not be retaliated against in any way for filing a complaint.

Contact Information

The Plan has designated Rebecca Joseph as its contact person for all issues regarding the Plan’s privacy practices and your privacy rights.  You can reach this contact person at:  


4-B Hampden Drive

South Easton, MA 02375

Phone: (508) 230-9450

Fax: (508) 230-7147


 
 
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