2016 Corporate Responsibility Summit - 04/27/2016
Effective corporate responsibility practices are built on a foundation of knowledge, regular training and peer-to-peer collaboration. The AIAG Corporate Responsibility Summit is a unique opportunity to build your knowledge base and bring cost-saving instruction back to your organization. Stay ahead of the CR curve by engaging with forward-thinking leaders in the field and by discovering new insights and industry best practices.
IMDS & Product Chemical Compliance Conference - 10/13/2015
This year's event takes place over 1 ½ days with an evening reception at the end of Day 1. The first day will focus on legislation issues while the second day will focus on IMDS topics including IMDS 10.0, which is designed to improve quality and harmonize requirements.
2014 Conflict Minerals: An Industry Briefing III
Hear an overview of Conflict Minerals Reporting Year 1 and information on the year ahead. This recorded August 14, 2014 event is an opportunity to obtain updates on leading global initiatives to support due diligence reporting. We will share best practices and provide insight on anticipated changes to the requirements. This webcast will provide attendees information and strategies to prepare your company for Conflict Minerals Reporting Year 2 and beyond. You will also receive an update on the Conflict Free Sourcing Initiative (CFSI) Smelter Audits.
Conflict Minerals: An Industry Briefing II
Event recorded on Sept 25, 2013 and provided attendees an opportunity to obtain updates on leading initiatives by the automotive industry, the electronics industry and audit sector to support due diligence reporting. We shared best practices in addition, provided insight to assist your company's effort to meet the May 2014 SEC requirements. This webcast provides information & strategies focused on reporting, disclosure, and audit objectives.
Conflict Minerals: An Industry Briefing on 9/27/2012
Hear the Automotive Industry's perspective on conflict minerals legislation. You will also hear about the industry-leading initiatives AIAG and its members are collaborating on to help companies responsibly source minerals in the supply chain.
Conflict Minerals: Background & the Automotive Industry
This webcast will assist suppliers understanding of the issues, what it means for your company, customer and suppliers, and risks and opportunities.
Course 1 - Regulations: Management and Compliance
This one-hour training course provides participants with an introduction to global chemical regulations with a focus on managing the proliferation of global environmental regulations and the importance of developing compliance strategies from product design to end-of-vehicle life. This course is designed for individuals involved with activities that impact the company's environmental and product compliance such as product design, materials management, purchasing, and bringing product to market. This may include materials and product engineers, environmental and health staff, production, purchasing, quality, and sales staff. No prior knowledge of global environmental regulations is required.
Course 2 - Global Product Regulation Overview
This 80 minute training course builds on course 1 providing participants with an overview of various global chemical regulations including a description of the regulation, how it applies to the automotive supplier or OEM, upcoming deadlines or actions, and important regulatory changes or activities.
Global Reporting Initiative - G4 Update June 2013
An overview of the guidelines, potential impacts on first time and seasoned reporters, how G4 fits into the current reporting landscape and potential implications for the future of sustainability reporting.
Quantify & Reporting GHG Emissions in the Auto Industry
OEM's globally request GHG & qualitative information from hundreds of business partners to publically report their carbon footprinting. The benefits of reporting can lead to cost savings & energy efficiencies. AIAG's Greenhouse Gas Workgroup has developed a training session to increase suppliers awareness of reporting GHG emissions.