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Media Release: RFNSW partners with rt Health for 2018

RFNSW’s New Sponsorship with rt health.

RFNSW says a new partnership with leading industry health fund, rt health, will see its members receive savings and other benefits on their health insurance cover.

rt health is a restricted membership fund providing health, life and travel insurance cover specifically for transport and energy industry employees and their families.

The General Manager of RFNSW, Simon O’Hara, welcomed the new partnership with rt health.

Mr O’Hara said RFNSW members will be given immediate access to rt health’s range of insurance products and services including:

  • A waiver of the two and three-month ancillary waiting periods;
  • A $100 promotional welcome gift;
  • Access to a member services page on the rt health website.

“We’re pleased to be working with a mutual, not-for-profit fund like rt health,” Mr O’Hara said today.

“From our perspective it’s a natural fit given that rt health specifically provides insurance cover for workers in the transport industry – where our members work

“As we know, health and life insurance cover can be a huge impost on the average family budget. That’s why we’re looking forward to our partnership with rt health assisting our members and their families alleviate some of their cost-of living pressures, by offering better benefits and greater value on their insurance policies.”

Simone Tregeagle rt health’s CEO said: “rt health has been looking after the health and wellbeing of people in the transport industry for nearly 130 years and are delighted to be partnering with RFNSW to continue to deliver great value health insurance to members of NSW’s transport industry into the future.”

This entry was posted in Uncategorized on December 21, 2017.

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