• Core Processing for More Sales
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  • Dismantler Training
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  • Inventory Specialist and Parts Grading
  • Rough Terrain Forklift Training

ARA University provides the auto recycling industry with a cost-effective training solution from industry recognized trainers sharing information and knowledge for your employee team.

Online training courses include:

  • Inventory Specialist
  • Plant Production
    Sales Training
    Health, Safety & Compliance
    Inventory Procurement-Buyer
    Management Training
    Owner, CEO, President Training
    Business Administration
    Career Skills
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Why Join ARAU?

With vehicle technology constantly changing, training is a necessity. ARAU provides opportunities for employee recruitment and retention through staff proficiency and knowledge. ARAU training offers the opportunity to stay informed and up-date on complex automotive recycling skills. Benefits include:

  • Easy to use, affordable with 24/7 access
  • Environmental and regulatory compliance training
  • Industry and skill-specific topics such as environmental compliance and safety
  • Management reports track employee progress 
  • Employees can train at their own pace
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Use Proper Hoists and Latches to Lift Engines

Matt Snyder - Thursday, July 23, 2015

Although there is no specific OSHA standard that defines which hoist and latch you use,  OSHA has fined recyclers under its general safety clause for unsafe use of hoists and latches.  Click here for a sample Hoist Checklist developed and used by an ARA Member Facility to provide you with common sense safety practices on hoists and latches.  >> read more


Matt Snyder - Thursday, June 04, 2015

Don't Fall Victim To False Claims That You Must PURCHASE OSHA Documents To Be In Compliance
Employers continue to complain about receiving "official looking" announcements and -- in some cases -- threatening notices, messages, or telephone calls from various companies requiring that they purchase OSHA documents from them in order to remain in compliance with OSHA rules and regulations. THESE CLAIMS ARE NOT TRUE. OSHA's publications and posters are available free to anyone and can be found at http://www.osha.gov/pls/publications/publication.html.   >> read more