The German Supply Chain Due Diligence Act went into effect on January 1, 2023, to help address human rights in the supply chain.
Since companies with operations in Germany will be subject to these requirements, AIAG is now offering a complimentary three-part webinar series on various aspects of this Due Diligence Act.
German Due Diligence Act: Responsible Supply Chains: New Requirements presented by Magnus Piotrowski and Sarah Carpenter, Assent Compliance
As the business community is seeing a shift toward legal requirements around human rights and environmental sustainability, various European supply chain due diligence regulations have begun to emerge. In Germany, the Lieferkettensorgfaltspflichtengesetz will have a significant impact on companies in the EU and globally. This recording will cover the purpose of this law, along with information to assist in building a strong data management system to meet your company requirements.
German Due Diligence Act – Legal Requirements presented by Michael Littenberg and Samantha Elliott, Ropes & Gray LLP
The German Supply Chain Due Diligence Act, which goes into effect in 2023, applies to a broad range of human rights and environmental risks that can lead to human rights violations. The Act imposes a duty of care for managing and addressing human rights and environmental risks that extends to the entire supply chain. This recording will provide an overview of the legal requirements of the Act.
German Due Diligence Act: Managerial Implications and Pragmatic Actions presented by Jens Winkler, ELEVATE – Germany
This recording will look at the managerial implications resulting from the law by focusing on the nine due diligence obligations, outlining a management framework, and providing you with first pragmatic approaches and actions.
Ready to learn more? Click any of the links above for additional detail and register for these free recordings today!