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This site is a commitment to the public to ensure that Maryland citizens receive professional and ethical funeral care. We hope you will find information and resources that are helpful to you, whether you’re a funeral service professional, mortuary science student, or consumer. The Association welcomes comments and questions from the public, members, and those seeking affiliation with the Association.
OSHA State Plan States, such as Maryland, will have to adjust their maximum penalties to the new Federal levels.
Arguably, this action could financially disproportionately impact smaller businesses, such as the average funeral home.
OSHA, to date, has not published any specific information as to the extent of the proposed increase. The impact on small business should be addressed nationally once the increase is officially announced by OSHA.
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