Effective April 1, 2019, OHIP+ will no longer provide drug coverage for individuals under the age of 25 who have access to private insurance. Therefore, prescription drug claims for children and youth 24 years of age and younger with private plan coverage will have to be submitted directly to their private plan. Click here for details!

Exclusions

No benefits are payable under this plan for charges for care, services or supplies:

  1. that were furnished without the recommendation and approval of a Physician acting within the scope of his license;
  2. that are not medically necessary, such as but not limited to, charges for a surgical procedure or treatment performed primarily for cosmetic purposes, or charges for Hospital confinement for such surgical procedure or treatment;
  3. if payment is prohibited by law;
  4. that an insured person may obtain as a benefit under any governmental plan or law;
  5. for occupational injury or disease covered by Workplace Safety and Insurance law or similar legislation;
  6. for which no charge would  have been made in the absence of this insurance;
  7. for dental work, except as provided under the Dental Care for Accidental Injury;
  8. for any drugs or services that are not approved by Health and Welfare Canada, or are experimental or limited in use whether or not so approved;
  9. for experimental procedures or treatment not approved by the Canadian Medical Association or the appropriate medical specialty society;
  10. for health examinations that are requested by a third party;
  11. for broken appointments, travel, communication costs, filling in of forms or Physician’s supplies.
  12. which were considered an insured service of any provincial government plan at the time this plan/benefit was issued and subsequently were modified, suspended or discontinued. 

No amount will be paid for any charge incurred that results from or is contributed by:

  1. war, whether declared or not; 
  2. insurrection, rebellion or participation in a riot or civil commotion;
  3. purposely self-inflicted injury; or
  4. the insured person’s commission of, or attempt to commit, an assault or a criminal offence.

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