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Examinees must pass the theoretical/written exam to qualify for the oral/practical examination, which involves actual exposure to embalming techniques and procedures.
David Spiers, boss of the firm in Bangor, Co Down, added: "It's a difficult thing for many to m s o think about but cemeteries pose e a serious unregulated pollution risk caused by the natural decomposition process which, given our cultural practices, may also contain toxic, poisonous and carcinogenic embalming fluids.
Before then, "I know of no other evidence that embalming had even dawned on the thinking of Egyptians.
The mortuary science of embalming as we know it today came to Canada with a Canadian Civil War veteran, Charles Bolton, a carpenter from Toronto who learned embalming while in the service of the Union Army.
The funeral director arranges for disposal of the body, prepares the deceased for viewing and arranges an embalming.
My sister and dad don't like the idea of embalming and I can understand that but I'm fine with staying in the room while the embalmer does his bit," she said.
I focus on two aspects of contemporary South African funerals embalming and exhumations--that are suggestive of how the migration dynamic, and the continuing demand from mobile mourners for innovations from the funeral industry, have encouraged new perceptions of and relations to the dead body.
The technical studies courses in the program include introduction to funeral service, funeral service law, funeral service practices, embalming, pathology, funeral service management, restorative art, psychology of funeral service, financial accounting and business law.
They offer everything from embalming to help with the red tape of acquiring a death certificate or burial permit.
So much of the embalming for funerals was provided by Letterkenny General Hospital.