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Final Open Enrollment of 2018 for the BLET Short-Term Disability On-The-Job (Part B) Coverage

INDEPENDENCE, Ohio, November 26 — The final open enrollment of 2018 for the BLET’s Short-Term Disability On-The-Job (Part B) insurance ends on November 30, 2018. Those who enroll will have their coverage take effect on December 1, 2018.

This is your last opportunity in 2018 to enroll in the On-The-Job (Part B). There are no future open enrollments scheduled so now is the time to get enrolled!

If you are unsure about your coverage or would like to enroll please call the designated BLET Disability Program hotline at (224) 848-4941.

How to Get Enrolled in the On-The-Job Coverage (Part B)

Enrollment options include:

• Online, by visiting: https://uniondisability.com/groups/blet-short-term-disability-metlife-a-b/

Ş Over the phone by calling the designated BLET Disability Program hotline at (224) 848-4941.

The open enrollment will end on November 30, 2018 and coverage will become effective on December 1, 2018.

Note: The participating railroads are: Belt Railway of Chicago; Conrail Shared Assets; CSX Transportation, including Bombardier Transportation Services (who took over CSXT-operated MARC commuter service); CP–D&H; CP–Soo Line; KCS; Longview Switching; Metra; Portland Terminal; Terminal Railway – Alabama State Docks; and Union Pacific.

Monday, November 26, 2018
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