(1) Final disposition permit holders must provide a certificate of disposition of human remains to the authorizing agent or person authorizing the disposition. The certificate shall identify:
(a) The name of the deceased;
(b) The location and date of the disposition of the human remains;
(c) The manner of disposition (boat, air, or other);
(d) The name of the authorizing agent; and
(e) The name of the funeral home, crematory, hydrolysis facility, natural organic reduction facility, or cemetery arranging the service, if applicable.
(2) Final disposition permit holders must:
(a) Maintain copies of records required under subsection (1) of this section for seven years from the date of disposition; and
(b) Make records available for inspection by the board.
(3) Final disposition permit holders shall report the number of dispositions performed in the previous year on the annual renewal form supplied by the department.
(a) Failure to provide such a report shall automatically suspend the permit.
(b) Such permit may be restored by making the proper report to the department.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 68.05.105
. WSR 20-09-031, § 308-47A-040, filed 4/6/20, effective 5/7/20.]