On January 29, 2021, OSHA released the Protecting Workers: Guidance on Mitigating and Preventing the Spread of COVID-19 in the Workplace per Presid...
Funeral homes can be risky places. Between helping families grieve, running a business, and ensuring you are keeping up with the latest trends, finding time for safety and funeral home OSHA compliance can be difficult. An unsafe workplace can lead to many challenges and OSHA fines.
What follows is a concise overview of the core funeral home OSHA requirements. Certified Safety Training is here to answer your questions, provide you with plans, resources, and training, to ensure that safety remains a top priority for you without detracting from servicing your customers and business. Here is an outline of everything OSHA requires of funeral homes:
- OSHA and Funeral Homes
- OSHA Hazard Communication Standard for Funeral Homes
- OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Standard for Funeral Homes
- OSHA Personal Protective Equipment Standard for Funeral Homes
- OSHA Respiratory Protection Standard for Funeral Homes
- OSHA Formaldehyde Standard for Funeral Homes
- OSHA Fire Extinguisher Training Standard
- Medical Services and First Aid Regulation in Funeral Homes
- OSHA Walking and Working Surface Safety Standard for Funeral Homes