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“ TOGETHER We’re Better”.  Incorporated March 11, 2011  Business Plan Developed  By-Laws in Place  Policies & Procedures Adopted  Annual General.

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1 “ TOGETHER We’re Better”

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3  Incorporated March 11, 2011  Business Plan Developed  By-Laws in Place  Policies & Procedures Adopted  Annual General Meeting Held  Board of Directors Elected  11 Corporate Agreements/Partners  33 Signed Member Organizations  Office at 33 Pippy Place, St. John’s  Web Page  E:mail address  On Facebook & Twitter  Marketing RFP Advertised

4  We have an exceptional insurance package through Fraser-Hoyt – Blue Cross (transferable)  Keen interest regionally and sector based in becoming members. (Industry, Social, Economic, Church)  Currently seeking additional partners and members through our market development strategy

5  Christine Snow – Chair  Lloyd Harnum – Vice Chair  Ted Lomond – Treasurer  David Penner – Director  Cyr Couturier – Director  Lisa Davis-Ryland – Director  Denise Walsh – Ex-Officio Secretary  Sam Kean – Ex-Officio

6  Members retain organizational independence, but collectively support each other  More competitive insurance and service rates based on volume and increased purchasing power  Operated as a business based on equal share capital and financial sustainability  Surpluses funds used to ensure financial stability & reduce costs for members.  Share capital equal and one vote per organizational member.

7  Increased purchasing power  An expanded resource base (network resources)  Timely & professional support services  Equal participation  Share in savings based on volume  Save time & money  Share best practices  Improve operational stability

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9 The services offered by OSSC will meet three key objectives:  Provide tangible operating savings and other real benefits to cooperative members;  develop service levels to ensure the long-term viability, sustainability and financial self-sufficiency of the cooperative and its member organizations; and  assist our members and potential members in a timely and professional manner.

10 Insurance at reduced rates and custom to your organizational needs. Also discounted rates on:  Travel and Accommodations  Vehicle Rentals  Printing and Media  Office Supplies  Communication (phone/internet)  HR Administrative Requirements “Together we’re Better”

11 OSSC Partners Steele Hotels

12 The greater the number the greater the purchasing power! Together we’re Better! Current Agreements:  Accommodations – Steele Hotels  Local Flights – PAL  Insurance – Fraser Hoyt (Blue Cross)  Printing – The Hub  Communication – Bell Aliant- WorldLynx  Office Supplies – Staples Advantage  Media – Transcontinental  Vehicle Rentals – Avis/Budget Group Together, We’re Better

13  NGOs are normally directed by volunteer boards that require liability insurance.  To attract and retain capable staff, NGOs must provide their employees with health benefits  Most NGOs are not large enough to ‘self-insure’, or obtain significant volume discounts and attract larger vendors.  As members of the OSSC you will be able to maximize your coverage based on volume quote.

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15 Comprehensive Insurance Packages AD & D Drug Liability Hospitalization Paramedics Dental Life Orthodontist Coverage Coverage: The new cooperative plan has three tiers coverage: Gold – REDBs – CBDCs are at this level! Silver Medium level coverage Bronze (Scaled down insurance package)

16  Life Insurance:  Life Insurance: 3 x salary to a maximum of $250,000  Accidental Death & Dismemberment: 3 x salary, to a maximum of $250,000  Dependent Life Insurance:  Dependent Life Insurance: Spouse $10,000 and each child 5,000

17 Vision care  Vision care - $150 every 24 months (every 12 months for children under the age of 21)  Eye Exam – Once every 24 months (every 12 months for children under the age of 21) 100% Semi-private Hospital  100% Semi-private Hospital Paramedical Services  Paramedical Services - $500  Direct Pay Drug Card  Direct Pay Drug Card - $10.00 deductible / prescription drug

18 Oh! There’s my watch.

19 Prices are based on 2012 rates. Three persons One of which is single The remaining Two are family

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22 Web Site: Tele: Cell: Pippy Place St. John’s NL A1B 3X2

23 QUESTIONS THANK YOU


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