CCAR announces website enhancements

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Arlington Heights, IL — July 7, 2015 – CCAR, the Coordinating Committee for Automotive Repair — and ShipMate, Inc. — are pleased to announce significant enhancements on their website, Subscribers can now sign up or renew their HazMatU memberships online, 24/7/365.
CCAR provides tailored information and resources for OEM dealers, collision repair centers, schools and mechanical service centers. Airbag modules are classified as hazardous materials by the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) as well as by Transport Canada (TC). Eleven vehicle manufacturers are involved in the Takata airbag recall, affecting more than 30 million vehicles in North America.
ShipMate, Inc. works with clients to help resolve their most demanding dangerous goods transportation, environmental management and safety issues. ShipMate provides creative ideas and cost effective solutions to resolve and manage their many compliance challenges.
About HazmatU 
In 2005 the North American Automotive HazMat Action Committee (NAAHAC) announced
that CCAR® and ShipMate™ had been unanimously chosen by NAAHAC/AIAG
(Automotive Industry Action Group) as the developers and providers of a new Hazardous
Materials (HazMat) Internet-based training program for automotive dealers that transport
hazardous materials and components.
The online courses offered now include;

  • Surface Transportation of Automotive Hazardous Materials (available in English and in Spanish)
  • Surface Transportation of Automotive Dangerous Goods – Canada (available in English and in French)
  • Multimodal Transportation of Automotive Dangerous Goods (available in English and in Spanish)
For further information contact us at;  or call us at (888) 476-5465

Coordinating Committee For Automotive Repair (CCAR) 

729 East Dundee Road

Arlington Heights, IL  60004


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