Embalmer means an employee who is primarily engaged for the purpose of embalming bodies and who is a member of a recognised institute of embalmers and who may be employed also in any other capacity in the undertaking industry covered by this award with the exception of the making and/or polishing of coffins.
Examples of Embalmer in a sentence
Proof high school diploma or equivalent, as per the Embalmer and Funeral Director Regulations, if applying as a new applicant for any type of license4.
More Definitions of Embalmer
Embalmer means a person licensed by the board to disinfect and preserve or attempt to disinfect and preserve the dead human body, entirely or in part, by the use of application of chemicals, fluids, or gases, externally or internally, or both, by their introduction into the body by vascular or hypodermic injections, by direct application into the organs or cavities, or by other method and includes the restoration or attempted restoration of the appearance of the dead human body.
Embalmer s apprentice" means an individual who has successfully registered with the board, and has been certified as an apprentice to the board by a master embalmer.