Protect your employees and your business by complying with safety and health-related workplace practices, including compliance with OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens, Formaldehyde, and Hazardous Materials Standards.
Did you know that according to OSHA regulations, nearly every employer - including funeral homes - is required to have an Emergency Action Plan (EAP)? An EAP establishes the steps that employees should take to respond to an emergency in the workplace.
NFDA has developed a comprehensive template with accompanying instructions to help you create an EAP for your funeral home. Get started today:
Questions about OSHA compliance and your funeral home? If you are an NFDA member, call the toll-free OSHA hotline exclusively for NFDA members.