After an 18-month hiatus, AIAG has scheduled several of our most popular courses, live and in-person*, beginning this September at our Southfield, Michigan headquarters! Join us in the classroom for training in the Quality Core Tools, CQI Special Processes, IATF Lead Auditor, Problem Solving, and more.Read More
Register soon and join us at this year’s virtual 2021 IMDS & Product Chemical Compliance Conference on October 19–20, 2021: Transitioning From Compliance and Reporting to Sustainability.
Building on our last 20 years’ endeavors to lead North American automotive communities to develop and improve chemical and material data collection, regulatory compliance, and reporting, now it is time for us to move forward to face the new challenges of fulfilling more stringent regulatory requirements, integrating electronics materials reporting, and addressing the greener initiatives of sustainable future in the circular economy era.
Don't miss out! AIAG’s next Future Automotive Expert (FAE) event is scheduled for August 26th. Featuring General Motors’ global logistics executive director Edgard Pezzo and director Tom Ramos, this midday webinar will explore Finished Vehicle Delivery Tracking for Dealer & Customer Visibility.
Join AIAG and the U.S. Department of Energy’s Eli Levine and Thomas Wenning for our next complimentary webinar on September 14, 2021: DOE Programs: Better Buildings, Better Plants and 50001 Ready.
Along with explaining how DOE’s Better Plants and 50001 Ready programs help U.S. manufacturers develop mature energy management programs and identify energy efficiency and cost saving opportunities, Levine and Wenning will detail the no-cost tools, resources, and initiatives DOE offers to support U.S. manufacturing competitiveness and decarbonization efforts.
“The sustainability reporting landscape is undergoing a transformation” has been a sustainability truism for years now, but the chorus promoting this adage is growing stronger, louder, and more convincing. Why?
We’re finally starting to see tangible change. The International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC) and Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) have merged into the Value Reporting Foundation. They and three other sustainability reporting bodies — CDP, Climate Disclosure Standards Board (CDSB) and Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), known as the Group of Five — have called for closer coordination and launched a prototype climate-related financial disclosure standard.Read More
After several months of discussion, the German Parliament ("Bundestag") adopted the "Act on Corporate Due Diligence in Supply Chains" (Supply Chain Due Diligence Act – "Act" or "LkSG") on 11 June 2021.1 The Act imposes, for the first time, a binding obligation on companies to establish, implement and update due diligence procedures to improve compliance with specified core human rights and, to a limited extent, environmental protection in supply chains.Read More
Join us in welcoming the newest member of the AIAG Quality Steering Committee (QSC): NXP’s internal/registrar audit director, Joe Beyer!Read More
GM’s Dave Leich says the last 18 months in automotive have been unlike anything he’s seen in over three decades in the industry. As executive director, global supply chain, at General Motors Corporation, Leich leads the assembly, propulsion, and stamping operations, as well as the material launch execution and the demand/supply planning and scheduling organizations. His responsibilities also include GM’s global supply chain operations for North America, South America, and Asia-Pacific.Read More