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Annual Dependent Re-Enrollment – Coverage Effective 1/1/2018


The 2018 Annual Dependent Re-Enrollment and annual notices packet has been mailed. Completed enrollment forms must be signed and returned (via mail, fax or email) to the Administrative office by November 23, 2017. A...

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Coverage Changes


If you are adding or removing dependents throughout the year or at initial eligibility, please note that you must notify the Administrative Office within 60 days of a gaining eligibility. You are required to complete...

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News & Updates

Your New Trust Administrator – BeneSys, Inc.


The Idaho Pipe Trades Trust has selected BeneSys, as the new Health and Welfare and Pension Plan Administrator effective October 1, 2015.

 What does this mean to you?

 These things have remained the same:

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About Your Benefits

The Idaho Pipe Trades Trust offers members and their families’ important benefits for health and welfare and pension.

Health and Welfare Plan Benefits

The Trustees currently provide a Medical, Dental and Vision Plan through Blue Cross of Idaho, and a prescription drug plan through OptumRx.

The Trust requires dependent re-enrollment annually each November for coverage for the next plan year.  If your completed re-enrollment form is not received by the Trust office, dependents will lose coverage at the end of the current plan year.

Pension Benefit

Retirement with financial security is a goal for which most of us strive during our working lives. The Idaho Plumbers and Pipefitters Pension Plan was established effective June 1, 1963 to provide pension benefits to employees covered under the Plan, in order to provide another savings vehicle to help you enjoy your retirement.

A summary of the Pension Plan is explained in the Plan’s Summary Plan Description (“SPD”) as well as the summaries of material modifications. We urge you to read the SPD very carefully so that you will understand your pension benefits. We also encourage you to show the SPD to your family. It is important that they be aware of your retirement benefits and the survivor protection offered.