Industrial cremating ovens are used to dispose of the bodies of the deceased. They are made up of several parts, including the furnace, the hearth, and the crematory room. The furnace is where the body is heated up to a very high temperature. The hearth is where the bones are turned into ashes. The crematory room is where the bodies are burned.
Many people are unaware that industrial cremating ovens can be very dangerous. These ovens use high heat to incinerate human remains. This heat can cause severe burns and injuries. In fact, according to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), crematoria are one of the leading causes of industrial fires in the United States. The NFPA recommends that crematories use smoke detectors, emergency shutoff valves, and automatic fire extinguishers in order to minimize the risk of injury
If you are injured while working in an industrial cremating oven, you have legal rights. You should speak to an attorney about your options if you are injured at work.