Funeral Disinfectant Manufacturing Course
Obviously the name of the funeral establishment is worth making sure that your funeral parlour always smells fresh and that people feel at home when they visit the funeral parlour. Specific cleaning materials is available to make sure that the health of staff and people visiting the parlour are protected.Therefore the whole funeral parlour must be cleaned on a daily basis and that includes the equipment used in the parlour.
The funeral disinfectant manufacturing course will equip you with the knowledge to manufacture the following products:
- Disinfectant for the mortuary fridge floor: - Blood and bodily fluids can drip on the mortuary fridge floor and in turn this blood or fluid can cause a nasty smell.
- Air refresher for the reception and public areas of the parlour.
- Carpet disinfectant used on the carpet in the reception area.
- Disinfectant hand scrub for personal use.
- Toilet disinfectant and sanitiser.
- Barrier Cream to protect hands in case of the glove tearing.
- Trolley disinfectant.
- Wall and Tile Cleaner.
- Body storage and instrument tray sanitizer.
- Stainless steel cleaner.
- Sluice cleaner.
- Drain cleaner.
- Germicidal Dishwashing liquid for the funerals’ kitchen.
- Disinfectant for washing clothing used in the funeral establishment. It is law that all clothing used daily be washed in the parlour and not taken home. This is to make sure that clothing that might be harbouring germs of harmful substances not be taken home.
- Air freshener for use in the funeral vehicle.
- Car wash and wax product for the funeral hearse to make sure that the funeral vehicle is always clean and presentable.
Nothing stops a funeral establishment from manufacturing their own disinfectant products for their funeral parlour. On those days during the week when not a lot happens, you can easily make your own funeral detergent products saving money in the process.