Presentation on theme: "“ TOGETHER We’re Better”. Incorporated March 11, 2011 Business Plan Developed By-Laws in Place Policies & Procedures Adopted Annual General."— Presentation transcript:
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 www.osscnl.cawww.osscnl.ca E:mail address firstname.lastname@example.org@osscnl.ca On Facebook & Twitter Marketing RFP Advertised
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
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
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.
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
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.
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”
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
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.
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)
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
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