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Funeral Service Practitioners supervise or control the transportation, care, preparation, processing and handling of dead human bodies before the bodies undergo cremation, entombment or burial, or before the bodies are transported out of the State of Oregon. FSPs work to arrange for the disposition of human remains. FSPs coordinate and direct the various tasks associated with performing funeral services for at-need persons including but not limited to: taking all vital information on the deceased for the purpose of filing the death certificate; arranging for transportation of the remains; coordinating the services for final disposition; supervising or otherwise controlling the care, preparation, processing and handling of human remains.
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Embalmers provide the necessary handling and preparation of human remains, e.g. washing, disinfecting, setting features, embalming, repair and supervising dressing. Embalmers are responsible for the required sanitizing of a preparation room or holding room including, but not limited to, embalming tables, work surfaces, sinks, floors, instruments, and handling and properly disposing of contaminated waste. A preparation room or holding room must be sanitized after the use of the room.
Combination Funeral Service Practitioner/Embalmers hold both the Embalmer license and the Funeral Service Practitioner license, and can perform the duties of both occupational licenses.
Preneed salesperson means an individual employed by a certified provider to engage in the sale of prearrangement or preconstruction sales contracts funded by trusts on behalf of the certified provider.
Preconstruction sales or preconstruction sales contract means any sale made to a purchaser, which has as its purpose the furnishing of undeveloped interment, entombment or cremation spaces and where the sale terms require payment or payments to be made at a currently determinable time.
The sale and conveyance of interment rights in existing plots, crypts or niches does not constitute preneed sales, even when the sale takes place years in advance of death. If you sell only existing plots, crypts or niches, you need not register to sell preneed. However, if you also sell goods or services that are not considered "delivered" at the time of the sale, like opening and closing, you must register.
Must be employed by certified provider as defined in ORS 97.923(2).
Licenses are valid for up to 2 years. Licenses expire on March 1 of even numbered years. The initial license fee is $150, and renewing the license is $50.
Death care consultants provide, for payment, information or advice on matters related to funeral or final disposition arrangements to members of the public making final arrangments. Death care consultants may not provide any direct physical assistance with, or supervision of, the handling of human remains.
Licenses are valid for up to 2 years. Licenses expire 2 years from the date of licensure. The initial license fee is $160, and renewing the license is $160.
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