Virtual USMCA Content Reporting Training Now Available!

Aug 05, 2020

As the only industry-endorsed training of its kind, AIAG’s new USMCA Content Reporting course was developed by a highly qualified group of volunteers from numerous OEMs, heavy truck manufacturers and Tier 1 suppliers, along with guidance from trusted trade compliance experts.

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AIAG Launches 2020 Virtual Cybersecurity Symposium

Aug 05, 2020

Plans are in full swing for AIAG’s all-new virtual event, the 2020 Cybersecurity Symposium. Scheduled for September 15, 2020, this one-day event is free to all participants.

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2020 Customs Town Hall to Feature Homeland Security’s Kenneth J.F. Kennedy on Latest Updates in Forced Labor

Aug 05, 2020

A highlight of AIAG’s 2020 Virtual Customs Town Hall will be Kenneth J.F. Kennedy’s presentation on forced labor. As head of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Forced Labor Programs, Kennedy will discuss the impact of the U.S. government’s recent forced-labor enforcement actions on automotive companies. Kennedy will outline the trends and explain what OEMs and suppliers should be doing.

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Sergei Beliaev: ‘Blockchain Will Optimize Supply Chains of the Future’

Aug 05, 2020

The automotive supply chain is affected by new and emerging technologies, and one of these is blockchain. “I’m excited about blockchain and what it can do for the automotive industry,” says Sergei Beliaev, executive vice president and chief strategy officer at DLT Labs. “It has the promise of truly changing how we do things – right away.”

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Modern Slavery Rules Are Coming to Canada

Aug 05, 2020

The emerging prominence of environmental, social and governance issues on the risk register of Canadian businesses has captured the attention of Canadian in-house counsel. Now more than ever, risk management efforts are focusing on “S” issues, including the financial, operational, legal, regulatory and brand erosion risks relating to the presence of forced labour, child labour and human-trafficked labour (collectively, “modern slavery”) in business operations and supply chains.

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Our Next Future Automotive Expert (FAE) Event is Coming Soon!

Jul 29, 2020

Intended for professionals who are newer to – or transitioning within – the automotive industry, our next Future Automotive Expert (FAE) event is scheduled for this September, via live webinar! 

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Why Modern Slavery Risks Should Be Top of Mind for Businesses during COVID-19

Jul 22, 2020

Businesses today are facing tough decisions on how to protect their financial viability, serve rapidly changing customer needs, and protect their workforce. The COVID-19 pandemic continues to alter the landscape of the global workforce, forcing millions of vulnerable workers out of work and requiring businesses to make quick and difficult decisions on retaining their workforce and supporting their supply chains through the crisis.

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Registration is Open: Virtual IMDS & Product Chemical Compliance Conference

Jul 22, 2020

 

AIAG continues to stand with the industry — just as we stand by our commitment to deliver valuable content to our colleagues throughout the supply chain. We know it’s a challenging time to travel, so AIAG’s always popular IMDS & Product Chemical Compliance Conference on October 13–14, 2020, will be VIRTUAL — and registration is open NOW.

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Survey — Health and Safety Critical Issues

Jul 22, 2020

AIAG’s new Health and Safety Advisory Committee is conducting a short survey on our industry’s most pressing Health and Safety (H&S) concerns, and we want to hear from you!

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Businesses with Fewer Than 10 Employees Continue to Underestimate Cyber Threats Even as More Work Remotely, New Cyber Readiness Institute Survey Finds

Jul 22, 2020

With 89 percent of small businesses moving to a remote workforce during COVID-19 stay-at-home orders, a significant gap remains between the perceived importance of cybersecurity protections for businesses with fewer than 10 employees and those with more than 10 employees. The smaller the business, the smaller the focus on cybersecurity, according to a new survey of 400 small business owners, conducted by the Cyber Readiness Institute (CRI).

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