Funeral Home: COVID-19 Prevention Programs &
Top 10 OSHA Violations
Partner, Certified Safety Training
Wednesday, May 26, 2021
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm EDT
Earn 1 CEU toward license renewal (no cost for IFDF members)
Part 1: COVID-19: Facts and Fiction
How to Implement OSHA’s COVID-19 Prevention Program
What is the truth about COVID-19 and how much risk is my funeral home in? What can I do to prevent a repeat or future outbreak and how can I assure my customers that we are in full compliance with OSHA’s COVID-19 Prevention Program? In this session, Certified Safety Training answers all of these questions and more. We outline exactly what you need to do to increase your chances of having a COVID-19 free workplace and to meet OSHA’s COVID-19 Prevention Program requirements.
Part 2: Top 10 OSHA Violations.
How to Solve Them Without Going Broke.
What are the top 10 OSHA fines in the funeral industry? Would I really be on the hook for a $50,000 or $100,000 fine? How can I avoid an OSHA “repeat violation” and what triggers an OSHA visit in the first place?
In this session, Certified Safety Training answers all of these questions and more. We look at the top 10 OSHA fines and distill complex technical regulations into plain English. A good business is a safe business. We offer the necessary training tools and resources to ensure you meet and exceed OSHA’s funeral home standards and never pay an OSHA fine.
Mark Harrison is a partner at Certified Safety Training, the exclusive OSHA safety provider to the NFDA. Mark has extensive experience in online education and digital training and has launched successful safety services in the death care, veterinarian, and dental industries. Mark holds a bachelor's degree from Dickinson College and a master’s degree from Montclair State University. He enjoys traveling internationally (prior to the pandemic), playing sports, binge watching T.V. shows, and spending time with his young family. You can contact Mark directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Certified Safety Training is backed by Certified Safety Professionals and more than two decades of death care safety experience and award-winning safety programs.