Award-Winning OSHA Written Compliance Programs

Written Safety Compliance Programs

Our clear and comprehensive Annual Safety Compliance Programs include helpful information on mandatory OSHA standards required for funeral homes, health care facilities, veterinarian, and other organizations. Each program comes equipped with:

  • Written Compliance Plan

  • Recordkeeping requirements

  • Fact Sheets and Resources

  • Customizable OSHA Forms

  • Online access to the plan

  • One copy of a printed plan with forms for reference

  • Training Topics and Online Training

  • Employee Training Documentation

  • Trainer Qualifications

  • Annual Program Review


Programs We Offer

Emergency Action and Fire Safety Program - OSHA standard 1910.38(a) states that "An employer must have an emergency action plan." Our customized OSHA Emergency Action and Fire Safety Plan comes equipped with everything you need to be in compliance with OSHA, including: Confined space rescue, Electric power interruption, Fire and Explosion, Natural disasters (e.g., severe wind, thunderstorms, snow and ice, tornadoes, hurricanes, floods), Workplace violence (including bomb threats and terrorism), Online Access.


Bloodborne Pathogen Exposure Control Program - The Bloodborne Pathogens Standard (29 CFR 1910.1030) applies to all workplaces in which employees may have contact with blood or other potentially infectious materials. The purpose of the BBP Standard is to reduce exposure and transmission of blood and body fluids to employees to prevent the contraction of diseases that can have severe consequences. OSHA’s Bloodborne Pathogen (29 CFR 1910.1030) requirements include: a Bloodborne Pathogen Written Plan, Exposure Determination, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Disposal, Housekeeping and Laundry Plans, Decontaminants, and Online Training with Certificates, by purchasing a OSHA Bloodborne Pathogen Program.


Hazard Communication Program - The Hazard Communication Standard (29 CFR 1910.1200) was created to ensure that chemical hazards in the workplace are identified and evaluated, and that the information concerning those hazards is communicated to both employers and employees. Hazard Communication Standard (29 CFR 1910.1200) requirements include: a Hazard Communication Written Plan, Hazardous Communication List and Chemicals, Safety Data Sheets (SDS), and Online Training with Certificates, by purchasing a OSHA Hazard Communication Program.


Formaldehyde Exposure Control Program - Formaldehyde/formalin is a common hazardous chemical used for embalming. This chemical is specifically regulated by OSHA and has its own OSHA standard (29 CFR 1910.1048) that sets maximum exposure levels and monitoring requirements, and requires engineering controls designed to protect workers from the negative effects of formaldehyde exposure.


Respiratory Protection Program - Whenever respirators are required in the workplace, the requirements of the Respiratory Protection Standard (29 CFR 1910.134) are triggered. There are two basic classes of respiratory hazards encountered in funeral home settings. Hazards may be in the form of particulates, such as flu viruses, droplets containing tuberculosis bacteria, etc., or they may be in the form of organic vapors, such as formaldehyde.


Personal Protective Equipment Program - The Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Standard (29 CFR 1910.132 Subpart I) requires that personal protective equipment be utilized for many tasks performed in funeral service settings, such as preparation rooms. Coveralls, shoe covers, gloves, chemical goggles, face shields, head covers, surgical masks and respirators all have application in funeral service settings. Coveralls, aprons or gowns need to have full sleeve coverage and be impervious to blood, formaldehyde and other chemical agents.


Spill Response Program - To comply with OSHA’s (Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s) Emergency Response Standard (29 CFR 1910.120), a funeral home should have a Spill Response Plan. This Spill Response Program provides: a written compliance plan, a spill program notice, spill containment procedures, training topics, permits and environmental impact, and more.

Pricing and Packages

OSHA Compliance Programs
À La Carte and Customized

$295 per program

Programs designed to meet your needs


  1. Emergency Action and Fire Safety Program

  2. Bloodborne Pathogen Exposure Control Program

  3. Hazard Communication Program

  4. Formaldehyde Exposure Control Program (+$695)

  5. Respiratory Protection Program

  6. Personal Protective Equipment Program

  7. Spill Response Program

Each program come equipped with:

  • Written Compliance Plan

  • Recordkeeping requirements

  • Fact Sheets and Resources

  • Customizable OSHA Forms

  • Online access to the plan

  • One copy of a printed plan with forms for reference

  • Training Topics and Online Training

  • Employee Training Documentation

  • Trainer Qualifications

  • Annual Program Review


Full OSHA Compliance Programs
All Inclusive and Customized

$995 per year (Best Option)

Everything you need to be in full OSHA Compliance


  1. Emergency Action and Fire Safety Program

  2. Bloodborne Pathogen Exposure Control Program

  3. Hazard Communication Program

  4. Formaldehyde Exposure Control Program (+$695)

  5. Respiratory Protection Program

  6. Personal Protective Equipment Program

  7. Spill Response Program

Each program come equipped with:

  • Written Compliance Plan

  • Recordkeeping requirements

  • Fact Sheets and Resources

  • Customizable OSHA Forms

  • Online access to the plan

  • One copy of a printed plan with forms for reference

  • Training Topics and Online Training

  • Employee Training Documentation

  • Trainer Qualifications

  • Annual Program Review

Also included:

  • Safety Self-Audit Checklist

  • Employee Safety Manual

  • Employee information and documentation

  • Training materials and quizzes

  • Proof of training and certificates

  • Recordkeeping requirements - OSHA 300 Log & 300a Summary

  • Fact Sheets on Diseases

  • Customizable OSHA Forms

  • Unlimited Phone and Email Support

  • Unlimited Access to Online Safety Courses & Certificates

  • Online Access to all materials

Additional Services

Virtual Safety Audit ($295)

Formaldehyde Exposure Control Program ($695)

In-Person Safety Consultation ($1,995)

OSHA Safety Posters and Signage ($245)

Awards and Partners


Award-Winning Programs and Training by the American Society of Association Executives





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