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REGISTRATION OPEN FOR 2018 CR SUMMIT

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.

Conference attendees range from experienced general corporate responsibility/ sustainability (CR/S) practitioners to manufacturing-specific subject matter experts — all of whom find value in exploring trends facing our industry and global business, and networking.

Our event format offers attendees the opportunity to gain insight from thought-leaders on global CR/S trends and strategies. Breakout sessions are organized in three tracks:

  • Fundamental Corporate Responsibility/Sustainability Program Elements
  • Strategies to Advance your Corporate Responsibility/Sustainability Program
  • Strategies for Pursuing Compliance

Sponsorships and exhibiting opportunities are available NOW. Click here for more information.

Powering Performance

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

By AIAG, Wednesday, January 24, 2018 3:53 PM

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

By AIAG, Thursday, January 18, 2018 11:35 AM

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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