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Effective January 1, 2020, OHIP will no longer cover any portion of your medical costs while travelling outside of Canada.

Co-ordination with Other Benefits

This plan has been designed to help you meet the cost of disease or injury.  Since it is not intended that you receive benefits greater than the actual expenses incurred, any health care coverage you have under other “plans” will be taken into account in determining the amount of benefit payable under this plan, that is, the benefits under this plan will be coordinated with the benefits of the other plans.

Plan means any contract of group insurance or other arrangement for Members of a group (whether on an insured basis or not), prepaid health care coverage, or student accident insurance.
Specifically, this plan will pay either its regular benefits in full, or a reduced amount which, when added to the benefits available under the other plan, or plans, will equal 100% of “allowable expenses”.

Allowable expense means any necessary, reasonable and customary expense, incurred while eligible for benefits under this plan, part or all of which would be payable under any of the plans, but not any expenses contained in the list of Exclusions.

When a Plan provides benefits in the form of services rather than cash payments, the reasonable cash value will be deemed to be both an allowable expense and a benefit paid.

The manner in which this is done determines which plan pays first (and thus where to submit the claim first) and which plan(s) pays next.  The plan that does not have a co-ordination of benefits provision pays before the plan that does (most, if not all, insurance company plans have such a provision).

For any person who is covered under more than one plan, benefits will be payable first under the plan where he is the insured Member and secondarily where he is covered as a Dependent. 
Dependent Children are covered first by the parent whose birthday comes first in the year, and any unpaid balance can then be submitted to the other parent’s plan.

If priority cannot be established in the above manner, the benefits shall be pro-rated between or amongst the plans in proportion to the amounts that would have been paid under each plan had there been coverage by just that plan.
To implement this provision, the Trust Fund and the insurer may:

  1. Subject to the consent of the covered person, if required by law, obtain from or release to any other person, corporation or organization any information deemed to be needed; or
  2. Pay to or recover from any person, corporation or organization any excess payment; any payment so made will be deemed to be benefits paid and, to the extent of such payments, will fully discharge the Trust Fund and the insurer from all liability under this plan.

This website describes the conditions of eligibility, coverage and claims procedures under the Teamsters and Toronto Ready Mix Producers Benefit Plan Fund. The Board of Trustees are solely responsible for establishing the eligibility rules of the Trust Fund.


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*Please note that some changes were made to the booklet after April 2018 and these have been highlighted in red for your information.

Teamsters and Toronto Ready Mix Producers Benefit Plan Fund
c/o Benefit Plan Administrators
90 Burnhamthorpe Road West, Suite 300
Mississauga, Ontario L5B 3C3