Notice of Employment by Pensioner
If you return to work in prohibited employment after retirement, you must notify the Trustees of your employment, in writing, within 30 days after you start work. If you fail to notify the Trustees of your prohibited employment after you reached Normal Retirement Age, and the Trustees discover that you are engaged in such employment, the Trustees will presume that you are working 40 or more hours each month. The Trustees will also presume that, if you are working on a construction site, that you have been at that site for as long as the employer has been there. You can provide evidence that you are not working as much as the Trustees presume.
The Fund Office will give you written notice of the suspension of your pension in person or by first class mail during the first month benefits are suspended. The notice will tell you why the pension is being suspended, how you can get the Trustees to review the suspension, and how you can get your pension restarted. The notice will also explain how the Plan will recover any benefits which were previously paid in error.
Notice of End of Employment by Pensioner
You must notify the Trustees in writing when you have stopped working in prohibited employment. Your pension will not be started again until you give this notice.