Acts & Regulations

EFDA Chapter 144 of the Revised Statutes, 1989 amended 2003, c. 19, s. 7 EFDR This version is copyright C 2014, Province of Nova Scotia.

Professional Information

All professional information and forms can now be reviewed and downloaded on this web site. If you have any problems, please contact the office.

CEC Information

The NSBREFD has now made it possible for all licensees to check their continuing education credit hours. Please be sure to remember your log in code.

Code of Professional Conduct

To, at all times, treat deceased persons with dignity and respect.
To only demonstrate conduct to the benefit of public trust.
To treat information shared by those we serve with confidentiality, privacy and integrity.
To offer services to all without regard to religion, race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation or disability.
To provide services to all without discrimination, while adhering to strict standards of public health and personal safety.
To, at all times, maintain the highest standards of the funeral profession and carry out all professional obligations to owners and employers.
To at all times treat the real and personal property of those we serve with honesty and integrity.
To abide by all provincial legislation respecting my profession.
To clearly and honestly present available options and recognize  the right of those we serve to select goods and services without undue pressure or coercion.
To be respectful of fellow colleagues and to adhere to sound business practices and the promotion of fair competition.
To participate in and promote continuing education in the funeral profession.
To maintain all required licensing while practicing in the funeral profession.