[Histonet] Who cleans your mortuary?

Jasper, Thomas G. TJasper <@t> smdc.org
Wed Aug 23 08:54:12 CDT 2006

Hi Mike,

We have our Environmental Services Department (Housekeepers) handle this job.  If this is a question for your institution I guess you'd have to calculate the cost internal vs. external?  It's never been a question here.
Tom J.

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Hi Guys.

Question! Who cleans your mortuary? Swabbing the floors and tables, cleaning the refrigeration area, sinks, windows, etc. Do you have permanent, in-house trained Staff, or do you contract out to a commercial company?

South Africa.

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