Embalmer definition

Embalmer means a person who is licensed pursuant to this

Examples of Embalmer in a sentence

  • BOARD MEMBERS PRESENT: Celia Pinzi, Embalmer - ChairpersonDaniel P.

  • Times contact with family attempted:Signature and License # of Embalmer The undersigned, who represents the deceased, hereby declares that having the legal authority to do so, refuses to give permission to embalm the above-named deceased individual.

  • If exigent circumstances warrant additional time to facilitate a Funeral-Director-In-Charge change, upon good cause shown and with written agreement by a licensed funeral director and Embalmer to assume responsibility in the interim, the Board may grant no more than 2 requests of 90 days for an establishment to employ the new Funeral-Director-in-Charge.

  • The Funeral Director exam will begin promptly at 8:30 a.m. The Embalmer exam will begin promptly at 2:00 p.m.The LRR (Laws, Rules and Regulations Exam) will begin promptly at 12:00 p.m. Testing room doors will close 30 minutes prior to the scheduled test time and No entry will be granted after this time.

  • BOARD MEMBERS PRESENT: Celia Pinzi, Embalmer - ChairpersonJames DonohueDaniel P.


More Definitions of Embalmer

Embalmer s assistant" means a person who is registered
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.
Embalmer s assistant" means a person who is registered pursuant
Embalmer means a person who is licensed pursuant to this chapter and who is engaged in embalming.