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1 Facilities Management FH Construction/Facilities OSHA and ADA

2 FH Construction Must comply with statutes. Must comply with statutes. NJ: 13:36-5.4NJ: 13: PA: 13.94PA: Site selection is critical. Site selection is critical. DemographicsDemographics Zoning RequirementsZoning Requirements Current and Future NeedsCurrent and Future Needs

3 Physical Structure Foyer/Entry Area Foyer/Entry Area Chapel/Viewing Room/Parlor Chapel/Viewing Room/Parlor Family Room Family Room Arrangements Rooms/Area Arrangements Rooms/Area Office Space Office Space Lounge/Smoking Area Lounge/Smoking Area Employee Space Employee Space Selection Room Selection Room

4 Physical Structure (cont’d) Preparation Room: Preparation Room: NJ: 13:36-5.5NJ: 13: : : : : PA: PA:

5 Physical Structure (cont’d) Storage Storage Mechanical/Janitorial Mechanical/Janitorial Garage Garage Deliveries Deliveries Special Rooms Special Rooms General Access General Access Multi-use Rooms Multi-use Rooms Expansion Possibilities Expansion Possibilities Single vs. Multi-level Single vs. Multi-level Color/Lighting/ Landscaping Color/Lighting/ Landscaping

6 Establishing a Budget $50-80/square foot $50-80/square foot 6000 square feet- $390, square feet- $390, square feet- $520, square feet- $520,000 10,000 square feet- $650,000 10,000 square feet- $650,000

7 Facilities and Equipment Maintenance Regulated by: State Regulated by: State OSHA OSHA ADA ADA Should be checked for: Should be checked for: Items needing frequent inspection: Items needing frequent inspection: Why is maintenance important? Why is maintenance important?

8 Communication and Technology Determine equipment needs. Determine equipment needs. Determine cost effectiveness. Determine cost effectiveness. Training considerations. Training considerations.

9 Vehicles/Rolling Stock Types: Types: Options for obtaining vehicles: Options for obtaining vehicles:

10 Office Management Responsibilities: Responsibilities: 1) determine office equipment needs1) determine office equipment needs 2) maintain systems and records2) maintain systems and records Types of Records: Types of Records: 1) client service records1) client service records 2) records required by gov’t. agencies2) records required by gov’t. agencies 3) maintenance records3) maintenance records 4) personnel records4) personnel records 5) correspondence5) correspondence

11 Operational Procedures Specific to Funeral Servic First Call First Call Transfer of Remains Transfer of Remains Preparation of Remains Preparation of Remains Arrangement Conference Arrangement Conference Systematic Follow-up of Arrangement Systematic Follow-up of Arrangement Dressing/Casketing/Preparation for Visitation/Viewing Dressing/Casketing/Preparation for Visitation/Viewing

12 Operational Procedures (cont’d) Preparation and Direction of Funeral Preparation and Direction of Funeral Aftercare/Post-funeral Follow-up Aftercare/Post-funeral Follow-up

13 OSHA 4 standards: 4 standards: 1) General Workplace Safety 1) General Workplace Safety 2) Formaldehyde Exposure: 7 areas of compliance 2) Formaldehyde Exposure: 7 areas of compliance 3) Hazard Communication: 4 basic requirements 3) Hazard Communication: 4 basic requirements 4) Bloodborne Pathogens: 6 areas of compliance 4) Bloodborne Pathogens: 6 areas of compliance Needlestick Safety and Prevention ActNeedlestick Safety and Prevention Act

14 Americans with Disabilities Act Purpose: Purpose: Priorities: Priorities: Readily Achievable Test: Readily Achievable Test: Withholding of Services: Withholding of Services: Enforcement: Enforcement:

15 Multi-unit Operations

16 Terms Acquisitions Acquisitions Mergers Mergers Consolidators: Trends? Advantages? Consolidators: Trends? Advantages? Dual Operations Dual Operations Multi-unit Multi-unit Franchise Franchise

17 Terms (Cont’d) Conglomerate: “a combination of unrelated companies; a large corporation that acquires subsidiaries in widely divergent fields usually via mergers” (Grollier) Conglomerate: “a combination of unrelated companies; a large corporation that acquires subsidiaries in widely divergent fields usually via mergers” (Grollier) Non-conglomerate: “group of companies with a common field of interest linked or connected for their common good, but which maintain individual identities” Non-conglomerate: “group of companies with a common field of interest linked or connected for their common good, but which maintain individual identities”

18 FH/Cemetery Combinations What are 3 factors for its success? What are 3 factors for its success? What are the reasons for hostility? What are the reasons for hostility? What are the similarities? What are the similarities?


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