Part 2: Heat Treat Radio host, Doug Glenn, conducts Part 2 of this 4-part series with James Hawthorne of Acument Global Technologies and Justin Rydzewski of Controls Service, Inc. about Revision 4 of CQI-9. This time, the conversation focuses around heat treat system assessments and job audits.Read More
As the automotive trade compliance community dives into the second year of USMCA qualification and the corresponding supplier solicitation process, numerous challenges exist as well as new questions around what has changed, including:
- What are the necessary steps to qualify goods under USMCA?
- Which best practices have been identified and what are the steps and processes involved?
- What is expected of us by our OEM or Tier I customers?
In response to requests from OEMs and their service providers, AIAG's Finished Vehicle Logistics Team is launching its new Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV) workgroup this month!Read More
If you haven’t checked out our Cyber Initiative page recently, now’s the time! From a two-part webinar on cyber risk and insurance, to links to the U.S. Federal Trade Commission’s cybersecurity eLearning and resource pages, we’ve compiled a number of free resources to help you bolster your cybersecurity efforts in 2021 and beyond.Read More
The Virtual AIAG Corporate Responsibility Summit is back! This year’s two-day event on April 14–15, 2021, offers attendees the latest insights and industry information on today's ESG concerns. Join us for the first day (Wednesday, April 14) to hear insights on a wide range of environmental issues. The second day (Thursday, April 15) sessions focus on human rights, sustainability, conflict minerals, and more.Read More
As the world marks Human Rights Day, the widening societal inequalities brought into focus by the pandemic are a stark reminder of the action needed to advance human rights. The role that companies play, in terms of understanding how their behavior contributes towards respect for human rights, is therefore crucial.Read More
Save the date: March 2, 2021, from 9:00AM–10:00AM.
AIAG’s Greenhouse Gas Workgroup worked with the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) to develop this webinar to discuss how to start reducing emissions by using science-based targets. Through the science-based targets initiative (SBTI), companies will be able to set targets to help them meet the goals of the Paris Agreement.
Aggressively addressing per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in the environment continues to be an active and ongoing priority for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). As part of these efforts, EPA sought public input on new draft guidance that outlines which imported articles are covered by the agency’s July 2020 final rule that prohibits companies from manufacturing, importing, processing, or using certain long-chain PFAS without prior EPA review and approval.Read More
What do FCA, GM, FORD, Toyota, Honda, Nissan, PACCAR, Caterpillar and the rest of the AIAG Board all have in common?Read More