Insurance claim procedure and form request
National Insurance Scheme
Insurance - Summary of Benefits
One of the greatest benefits of the National affiliation system is the National Insurance Scheme.
This scheme, which is controlled and managed by TFA on behalf of its members, covers the majority of non-Medicare expenses for players and officials. The Scheme also provides the following insurance cover:
- Personal Accident, Non Medicare Medical / Hospital ($3000)
- Public Liability ($20,000,000)
- Professional Indemnity ($5,000,000)
- Directors and Officers Liability ($3,000,000)
- Parents Allowance ($1,500)
- Student Benefit ($1,500)
- Death and Disablement ($50,000)
Touch Football Australia's Insurance partner is Sportscover. More information on Sportscover can be found at www.sportscover.com
Certificate of Currency Renewal
For renewal on the 15th of January 2010 you must contact your local state office with a correct email address that you would like the COC provided too.
If you’re Season 2 2009 (competitions commencing from July – December) Affiliation & Insurance Fees are up to date then the COC will be released once the transitional administration that needs to be conducted by the Underwriter has been completed.
It is expected that near, or slightly after the 15th of January your affiliates Certificate will become available and will be sent to the provided email address. If you do not have your COC by the 20th of January, please contact your local state office as there may have been an error in an email address.
Schools Insurance Risk
Through recent research TFA has discovered that in the vast majority of cases, schools do not have such insurance and as students are not ‘members’ of the relevant Touch Associations they are therefore not covered under the TFA’s National Insurance Scheme.
o National Insurance Scheme Manual – October 2011