AIAG Needs Volunteers to Help Create Environmental Tools and Solutions

Feb 22, 2018


AIAG’s program manager for environmental sustainability, Lecedra Welch, is looking for volunteers to join AIAG in its efforts to help create the best solutions for the industry, including trainings, webinars, common tools, publications, and events. These important workgroups enable AIAG to develop resources that support the needs of the industry, which is why member participation and feedback is so crucial.                                                       

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Improving Your Sustainability Report: 2018 GRI Reporter's North America Summit

Feb 22, 2018

Interest in sustainability reporting remains high, if the size of the crowd at GRI’s recent reporter’s summit is any indication. The Phoenix event sold out, according to GRI’s Alyson Genevose, who launched the summit last year so CR and sustainability pros in the Americas could hone their skills in the years between GRI’s global conference in Amsterdam.

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Registration Open for 2018 CR Summit

Jan 31, 2018

This year's Corporate Responsibility Summit explores the role that the automotive industry plays in the areas of social and environmental responsibility throughout the supply chain — specifically focused on optimization and risk mitigation.

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AIAG’S CR TEAM ENERGIZED TO DELIVER NEW CONTENT AND TRAINING IN 2018

Jan 24, 2018

AIAG’s corporate responsibility (CR) team has outlined its strategy to build on 4th quarter successes and continue the momentum through 2018. In Q1 2018, AIAG and its dedicated CR volunteers will work on the Online Regulations Portal, the Automotive Contractor Health & Safety Performance Document, and a Conflict Minerals Webinar series, as well as make updates to the Knowledge Assessment and eLearning content.

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Updated Guiding Principles and New Practical Guidance Available for Download

Jan 18, 2018

The updated Guiding Principles includes new and expanded content to provide more timely and relevant guidance to suppliers on the latest industry expectations. This amended document is also accompanied by a new supplementary resource, which provides examples of actions organizations can take to engage in best practices with regards to business ethics, human rights, working conditions, and environmental leadership. 

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2017 Reflections

Dec 20, 2017

AIAG and its member companies have worked collaboratively over the past several years to consistently offer new and eye-opening information to assist you and your company. Moving forward into 2018, we will continue in our mission to educate and inform to advance transparency in the automotive supply chain.

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We Still Want to Hear from You!

Dec 20, 2017

 

AIAG’s Corporate Responsibility/Sustainability (CR/S) survey closes in just a week — have you shared your opinions yet? If not, there’s still time. In fact, we’ve shortened the survey to focus on areas where additional input is still needed, so you can complete the entire set of questions in about 10 minutes.

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Time is Running Out to Participate in the 2017 Future of Corporate Responsibility Survey

Nov 15, 2017

Change in the automotive industry is a given – but how do we prepare for and respond to it? The path to answering this question began with another question: Which corporate responsibility issues will the automotive industry encounter over the next decade?

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Tips for Small Companies Facing IMDS Reporting Challenges

Nov 15, 2017

Deb Reining of Luvata Ohio, Inc. offered some good advice for small companies trying to improve their management of IMDS. In her presentation, “IMDS in a Small Company: Supplier Reporting Challenges,” which took place at AIAG’s IMDS Conference on October 12, 2017, Reining covered everything from training to MDS submissions.

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New Technical Committee to Review Human Rights Standards

Nov 15, 2017

The Global Sustainability Standards Board (GSSB) has initiated a project to review the GRI standards that relate to the topic of human rights.

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