Enrollment Guide & Forms
The information presented in this Benefits Enrollment Guide will help you make decisions about which plans are best for you. It is not a complete description of all plans. In case of any discrepancies between the information in this Benefits Enrollment Guide and the plan documents and contracts, the plan documents and contracts will prevail. For more details, refer to your plan booklets or contact a benefits specialist at (714) 835-3355.
This Benefits Enrollment Guide presents information on benefits that are administered by the Orange County Employees Association Health & Welfare Trust. Some of the benefits outlined are available to employees in County bargaining units represented by the Orange County Employees Association (OCEA) without regard to whether the employees are members of OCEA and without any payroll deductions. They represent benefits that were negotiated by OCEA for all regular employees in those units. Other benefits outlined are available only to OCEA members, by way of payroll deductions.
Limited Special Supplemental Term Life Insurance Enrollment through June 29, 2018.
FIRST TIME EVER! AN EXCITING EXPANDED SUPPLEMENTAL TERM LIFE INSURANCE PLAN BENEFIT AVAILABLE TO OCEA MEMBERS ONLY.
This opportunity allows members to purchase supplemental term life insurance coverage in larger amounts than ever before at special OCEA MEMBER ONLY rates.
If you are an OCEA member currently enrolled in the Supplemental Term Life program you may increase your current coverage by one plan level without completing a Medical History Statement (e.g., if you are now enrolled in Plan 3, you can move to Plan 4). Any increase in coverage for your spouse or children requires the completion of a Medical History Statement.
If you are an OCEA Member not currently enrolled in the Supplemental Term Life program, you may elect to apply for Plan 1 without completing a Medical History Statement for you, your spouse and children.
If you or your dependents previously applied for coverage under this program and were declined, any coverage requires completion of a Medical History Statement.