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How Long Does Cremation Take? - Actual times may vary.... (Ron Salvatore)
Making Sure Your Crematory Is 'Green' - Understanding and updating your equipment and your procedures helps in maintaining an eco-friendly crematory. (Coach Larry Stuart Jr.)
The Importance of Cooling Down Your Cremator - Overheating your equipment can lead to big problems. (Coach Larry Stuart Jr.)
'Ashes to Ashes' - A succinct explanation of the cremated remains that are returned to families. (Ron Salvatore)
Transporting Cremated Remains to the U.S. from Abroad - Bringing cremated remains into the United States for burial or inurnment requires some paperwork and processing, but it can be done. (Coach Poul Lemasters)
Conveying the Value of Cremation Urns - Having a wide selection of urn products, attractively displayed and expertly presented by staff, is essential to effectively communicating the value of a cremation urn. (Coach Julie A. Burn)
Don't Charge a Fee for Preparing the Remains for Identification - You might be tempted to recoup your staff time with a fee, but you'll risk violating the Funeral Rule, and worse, potential liability should the family decline your "offer." (Coach Poul Lemasters)
There's Still Time To Educate Our Customers About Cremation - Yes, there is a perception among some of the public that cremation is primarily a low cost alternative to traditional ceremony and burial, but all is not lost .... (Coach Julie A. Burn)
Educating The Press: Cremation Does Not Mean "No Frills" - Lately, newspapers have been reporting on the rise in cremation as a reflection of today's troubled economy. How can you educate your local press and your community that choosing cremation does not mean forgoing tributes and memorialization? (Coach Julie A. Burn)