Use of chemicals in Funeral Establishments

Funeral disinfectant manufacturing is a great business idea for anyone working in the funeral industry. This business idea is also great for people who manufacture coffins. It means that whilst they are supplying the funeral undertaker with coffins and caskets, they can also supply the funeral parlours with cleaning products specially manufactured to suit the requirements of the funeral industry.
Funeral disinfectants must be used in funeral establishments to ensure the heath of all staff members. However, Formaldehyde is still used in many funeral establishments for cleaning and disinfecting mortuary instruments. 

Formaldehyde may contain hazardous substances, therefore safety precautions must be adhered to. Alternative funeral cleaning products are available to the market and can be made by the funeral owner to disinfect and clean all work surfaces in the funeral parlour.

Chemicals that are used properly and with the necessary care need not cause health risks. Without the use of the chemicals it would be difficult to combat germs. Always use all chemicals with care. Always make sure that the room where chemicals are manufactured or used is supplied with plenty of fresh air.

Always wear protective funeral clothing and do not inhale the chemicals. Never smell any chemical because you are not sure what is in the container. Rather mark every bottle clearly and store in a safe place away from children and uninformed persons.

Installing extraction ventilation over the sluice and any other place in the building as required is a good idea and so is using pump spray disinfectants instead of aerosol disinfectants.

Eating and drinking or smoking should be prohibited when manufacturing or using funeral detergents.

Wash  hands frequently with Ph neutral soap before eating, drinking or smoking. Make sure that when you manufacture funeral detergents, or work with the deceased you use a barrier cream to protect your skin and should you have an open sore, cover it properly with a waterproof dressing.

Good hygiene practices are important in a funeral parlour. All bodies can be considered to have the potential to be infectious. For this reason funeral disinfectants are important products that keep people safe in a funeral environment.

Always wear a mask and other protective clothing in the funeral parlour and when manufacturing the products.

Now you have the opportunity to manufacture your own funeral detergents or make and sell the products to other funeral parlours. The Funeral Disinfectant Manufacturing Course cost is R4,000.00.

On the above you will receive a manual with the formulations and instruction on how to manufacture the products. If you have attended the course, you will receive a certificate of completion. You will also receive the information on where to purchase the raw materials to manufacture the funeral products.

These are the names of the funeral detergent products that you will receive:

  • Barrier cream.
  • Trolley disinfectant.
  • Disinfectant for mortuary fridge floor.
  • Air freshener for the parlour reception as well as the public area of the funeral parlour.
  • Disinfectant hand scrub.
  • Carpet disinfectant.
  • Toilet disinfectant and sanitizer.
  • Body storage and instrument tray sanitiser.
  • Drain cleaner.
  • Sluice cleaner.
  • Funeral car wash and wax.
  • Germicidal disinfectant dishwashing liquid for the kitchen of the funeral establishment.
  • Stainless Steel cleaner.
  • Wall and tile cleaner.