Corporate health plans

Could a corporate health plan work for your organisation?

Are you a company, a professional body, a union or membership association working in the transport or energy sectors? If you are, we’d love to help you create, launch and promote a health plan for your people. And with our ongoing assistance and a range of specially designed materials, we’ll make it easy for you to bring wellbeing into your workplace.

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Our Corporate Partners

Collins Adelaide is a family tradition. Owned and operated by the Collins family since 1965, it specialises in transporting and storing with custom solutions created for each customer and product. Collins' modern facilities and broad range of long-term customers are a testament to the confidence its clients have in its ability to deliver.

Encompass Credit Union is a member-owned cooperative that has been providing banking products and services to transport industry employees and their families since 1953. Encompass offers a range of financial services including everyday savings accounts, high interest-earning internet savings account, term deposits, home and personal loans, financial advice and insurance.

Energy Super is one of Australia’s leading super funds for employees of the electrical supply industry and broader energy sector, with more than 49,000 members and $5.9b funds under management. rt health fund and Energy Super share the same goal of delivering value and service to our members, and just as Energy Super is the super fund for people in the energy industry, so too is rt the health fund for people in the electricity industry.

MOVE was established in 1968 as Railways Credit Union, with the aim of helping railway workers and their families build stable financial futures. MOVE provides flexible, competitive financial products delivered through exceptional personalised service. We offer a range of loans designed to meet your needs at every stage of life - whether you're buying your first home, upgrading, or funding an investment property MOVE has a product that's right for you.


Our Industry Partners

The Australasian Railway Association (ARA) is a not-for-profit member-based association that represents passenger, freight, track, manufacturing, construction, supply and other rail companies in Australia and New Zealand. The ARA’s fundamental purpose is to create an environment that will permit the Australasian rail industry to prosper. As well as shaping policy in the areas of passenger, freight, rail safety regulatory reform, the environment, technology and research, the ARA is also involved in events and programs aimed at promoting the challenges and achievements of the Australasian rail industry.

Road Freight NSW is the state representative organisation for road freight transport operators. It is a part of the national Road Freight NSW network of member organisations that works together to drive better outcomes for the trucking industry. Road Freight NSW is a member of the Australian Trucking Association’s national general council, giving NSW operators a strong input into the national transport agenda.

Transport Life & Leisure is a not-for-profit organisation that provides a variety of benefits and services to its members, including discounts on holiday units, hotels and motels, restaurants, theme parks, movie tickets, whitegoods, home handyman services and much more. rt health fund and Transport Life & Leisure each have the unique distinction of having served people in the railway community for well over 100 years.


The Rail Track Association Australia (RTAA) is a voluntary not-for-profit organisation, dedicated to pursuing and promoting the interests of track infrastructure within the Australian rail sector. The RTAA brings together owners, contractors, consultants, manufacturers, suppliers, academics, research and development personnel, regulators and individuals who are part of the Australian rail track community.

The Bus Institute Sporting Association (B.I.S.A) is a not-for-profit organisation whose objectives are to organise, coordinate and manage sporting, recreational and social activities for employees and members of State Transit, and to enhance the welfare of employees and members. B.I.S.A comprises members from 13 government bus depots in Sydney and Newcastle.

Transport Women Australia Limited was formed in 1999 by an enthusiastic group of women who shared a common view that women in transport could benefit from a national, independent organisation focused on providing support and dealing with industry issues from the perspective of women. It is now the leading group representing women in the transport industry. Transport Women members come from a diverse range of industry sectors, including road, rail, maritime and aviation.


WARTA is recognised as Western Australia’s peak industry body in transport and logistics. WARTA works with all levels of government, industry and unions to achieve mutually beneficial outcomes.

The Welfare Fund has been providing practical and moral support to members and their families in times of need since 1945, and supports charitable organisations working to better their communities. Its products and services include: ‘income safety net’ for when injury or illness affects the family’s income; ‘the gap fund’ for out-of-pocket medical expenses; ‘the mortality fund’ for funeral benefits; and ‘Ignite counselling and psychotherapy’ for personal, couples or family therapy.


We're proud to be the health fund of choice for these organisations