The Coordinating Committee for Automotive Repair (CCAR) announces that the organization has administered more than 7 million online tests in its S/P2 (Safety and Pollution Prevention) e-learning program.
“All of us at CCAR are extremely proud to see how the acceptance and usage of S/P2 has zoomed to new heights over the years,” said CCAR’s Board Chairman Charles E. Ayers, franchise business manager, Midas International Corporation, Itasca, Ill. “Whether it’s businesses working to keep their operations safe and environmentally-friendly, or the schools across the country that rely upon S/P2 to educate thousands of automotive students on OSHA and EPA requirements and best practices, CCAR’s goal is that the auto repair industry will continue to reap the benefits of this world-class information and resource.”
CCAR says S/P2 provides effective, affordable training on environmental and safety concerns to every employee and student in the automotive repair industry. Its courses target over three dozen specific issues for three industry segments automotive service, collision repair and heavy-duty fleet maintenance and are designed to help reduce injury, illness and environmental impact.
CCAR also operates "CCAR-GreenLink," the National Environmental Compliance Assistance Center for Automotive Repair, in cooperation with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).