All members of the FDA of NSW must maintain access to a Registered Mortuary as per Local Government Act 1993 and hold council approval to operate a funeral business.
A requirement of membership to the FDA of NSW is that each company maintains its own premises and vehicles appropriate to a professional funeral business, ensuring your loved one is cared for with dignity and respect.
Members of the FDA of NSW meet regularly to discuss issues pertinent to the funeral profession and therefore are able to keep up to date with current funeral practices, trends and changes.
Members of this Association regularly participate in workshops and seminars, sometimes involving doctors, nurses and psychiatrists, to increase their understanding and knowledge of the process of grieving, therefore enabling them to render better service to their clients.
FDA of NSW members are required to follow a strict code of ethics and are committed to providing their clients with compassionate, professional service at reasonable prices, whilst adhering to current NSW legislation.
In choosing an FDA of NSW member, you can be assured of a high standard of conduct and integrity. Your FDA funeral director will help you to create a service reflective of your personal needs and will always speak openly and honestly with you regarding all aspects of the service they provide.
The Funeral Directors Association of NSW is proud to recognise the ongoing support of our Sapphire Level Industry Partners