Other plans

You can choose the Plan you want to explore from the list below, or if you want to know which Defined Benefit Plan you're in or would like to know what benefits you have, log into the Defined Benefit website. This will show you real time information about your benefits.

Log into your 'My Work Pension' Defined Benefit account

  1. You will receive an e-mail with log-in instructions and your membership number. You need to follow these instructions to register on the My Work Pension website.
  2. After 24 hours, your registration should have been processed and you can then log in via PKI.
  3. If you would like to access your account outside of the Siemens network, or you no longer work for Siemens, then you can use your username and password.
  4. If you have any issues please contact Trafalgar House by email siemens@thpa.co.uk or by phone 0203 985 3079.

Please note: As part of the registration process, you will also be invited to verify your personal details and contact preferences. 


It’s easy to register and will put you in control of managing your pension and personal data.

Email: siemens@thpa.co.uk

Telephone: 0203 985 3079

Please choose the plan you would like information on.

You may have benefits in one of the Plans below and have since joined the Investor Plan. Please note that all these Plans are now closed to new employees.

The Trustee is pleased to present your Outlook Newsletter - 2021

The Outlook Newsletter is designed to update members on the latest information for the Siemens Benefits Scheme.  

This is now available to view online on the website www2.myworkpension.co.uk.


To view the Outlook Newsletter, please log in and go Resources, and then select Scheme and General News.


More information on Investor Plan.

Nominate your Beneficiaries

Scheme Rules

The Scheme Trust Deed and Rules are available on your account.

State Pension

The State Pension starts between 65 and 68 depending on your age. Find out when your State pension will start.


State Pensions changed in 2016 so that going forward people with more than 10 qualifying years on their National Insurance record will get a State Pension of £9,110 per year before tax (2020/21).

Some people’s State pensions will be calculated by comparing the old and new basis. If you would like to know how much you are likely to get you can get a forecast.

The State Pension will increase in payment. You can delay taking your State Pension which could increase the payments you get when you decide to claim it. You cannot take your State Pension early.

Scheme Privacy Notice

This statement explains how we collect, use, share and store your personal data.

DB Online registration

Statement of Investment Principles and Implementation Statement

This document contains the Statement of Investment Principles (‘the SIP’) required under Section 35 of the Pensions Act 1995, as amended by the Pensions Act 2004 (the “Act”), for the Siemens Benefits Scheme (‘the Scheme’). It describes the investment policy being pursued by Siemens Benefits Scheme Ltd (‘the Trustee’) acting as trustee of the Scheme and is in compliance with the requirements of The Occupational Pension Schemes (Investment) Regulations 2005 and other subsequent legislation.

Contact Pensions

Email: siemens@thpa.co.uk   |   Telephone: 0203 985 3079   |   Post: PO Box 131, Blyth, NE24 9FB