MCAA Whistleblower Policy
The purpose of this policy is to provide all Mason Contractors Association of America ("MCAA") Board members, committee members and staff with guidelines for the reporting of unethical or illegal behavior by MCAA Board members, committee members, or staff.
MCAA is committed to lawful and ethical behavior in all of its activities and requires its Board members, committee members and staff ("MCAA person") to conduct themselves in a manner that complies with all applicable laws and regulations.
At any time a MCAA person has a concern regarding the propriety or legality of any action contemplated to be taken or that has been taken by MCAA or any other MCAA person, or believes that an action needs to be taken for MCAA to be in compliance with the law or appropriate ethical standards, the MCAA person should promptly advise the MCAA President unless the MCAA President is himself/herself the subject of the concern, in which case the MCAA person should contact the President to report his or her concern. The Executive Director will share any finance-related reports with the President.
Every effort will be made to investigate a report by a MCAA person as discreetly as possible. Because of the need to investigate the report, correct a problem, or prevent future problems, MCAA cannot, however, promise complete confidentiality.
No MCAA person will be discharged, threatened, or discriminated against in any manner for reporting in good faith what he or she perceives to be wrongdoing, violations of law, or unethical conduct.