Found this site that is hosted by Yahoo, but there’s no content. If I found it in the search engines, so can their potential clients. Do you hand out brochures that are blank inside? Do you show up with your transport vehicle with no gurney? Make sure any time you are talking about your business, Continue reading →
Archive for the 'Getting Started' Category
I’d like to post some of the stories of how some of you got started in the mortuary transport services business. At the end, let us know if you had it all to do over again, what would you do differently? Send submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks!
I wasn’t too concerned about being around dead bodies, but I was a little concerned about the smell. I’m a non-smoker, so I guess I’m a little sensitive to smells. I made it through 2 baby girls in diapers, so I figured I should be able to handle it. The smell is temporary, just like Continue reading →
I want to offer info on how I outfitted my removal vans and why I did things the way I did. I needed to have as much equipment available to me all the time, but have the inside of the van be neat and tidy for when families would see their loved ones put into the Continue reading →
On Call All The Time While I took it for granted that 24/7 on call was actually twenty four hours a day seven days a week, I noticed a lot of people wanting to do this kind of work hoping to have something on the side called a “life”. It is a unique occupation, with Continue reading →
This may answer a few questions for those of you wondering how to get started, whether to work for yourself or someone else and what mistakes I made along the way that I would absolutely avoid if I had to do it over again. First of all, I never sought out mortuary work as a Continue reading →