Monthly Archives: January 2019

WHY YOU SHOULD WORK IN THE AUTO REPAIR INDUSTRY

WHY YOU SHOULD WORK IN THE AUTO REPAIR INDUSTRY

WOMEN IN AUTOMOTIVE COMMITTEE Committee’s Purpose Statement: The purpose of the Women in Automotive Committee is in line with the core purposed of the association with a focus on uniting and inspiring women in the industry and to inspire women to consider a career in the industry. Committee RosterScholarship OpportunitiesCareers in Automotive Video clip (see below) The auto repair industry is actively recruiting young women and men to join our ranks. If you like cars, problem-solving, are tech-savvy, making good pay, and you want to help make a difference in peoples’ lives, the auto repair industry may be the ideal fit for you ... read more

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Advocacy

VIEW POST ASCCA TEAMTALK TRIAL MEMBERSHIP

VIEW POST ASCCA TEAMTALK TRIAL MEMBERSHIP

One of ASCCA’s most popular member benefits is subscription to TeamTalk—an email discussion group that gives you access to ASCCA’s 700+ members across California. ASCCA members use TeamTalk regularly to seek advice on how to handle a unique situation facing their business, tips for fixing a tricky repair, help understanding new California laws and regulations affecting the industry, and so much more! Now, ASCCA is offering potential ASCCA members a FREE limited 30-day trial membership to TeamTalk to view firsthand how it can help benefit you and your business. So if you’ve been considering joining ASCCA, sign up for a TeamTalk test drive TODAY—you won’t regret it! To sign up, or if you have any questions, email Kari Groff in the ASCCA office at [email protected] with your name, business name and address, and ARD number start your FREE trial ... read more

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State

THIS MIGHT SHOCK YOU: DOWNED POWER LINE!

THIS MIGHT SHOCK YOU: DOWNED POWER LINE!

C12 Safety Tip If you come across a downed power line, stay as far away from it as you can and call Puget Sound Energy at 1-888-225-5773.Assume it is live. Never touch a downed power line or anything near it. Do not drive over down power lines. Should a power line fall on your car when you’re driving, slowly continue to move completely clear of it. If your car can’t move away from the power line, stay in the car until help arrives. If a person or pet comes in contact with a power line, stay clear and call 911 immediately. Do not touch them or the wire. If you watch carefully, you’ll notice that we missed a couple of important safety issues. *While filming the video, we neglected to make sure each driver was wearing their seat belt. It’s important to be safe around electricity and to always wear you ... read more

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C12 Tips
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