Training & Events

Overview Module

Designed to provide an overview of the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (UFLPA) and similar legislation – including the German Supply Chain Due Diligence Act and Forced Labor Regulation of Mexico – this complimentary module pairs foundational knowledge with a self-assessment to help you determine your company’s ability to meet current requirements and challenges.

Module highlights include:

  • An introduction to global forced labor bans
  • Sample scenarios and related solutions
  • Definitions/descriptions of the people the UFLPA was designed to protect
  • A brief preparedness assessment
    • This short survey takes approximately 5 minutes, and helps you better understand your company’s readiness to meet the UFLPA requirements, abide by similar regulations, and maintain a sustainable supply chain despite risks related to supply chain disruptions.

Ready to get started? Fill out the form below to access this free module now, and be sure to bookmark our Forced Labor/Human Rights page for even more critical information and resources.

Add your information below to get started with the online module and take the preparedness assessment!

Legal Awareness

Our industry is experiencing an increasing amount of globally impactful legislation from various countries, intended to identify and root out human rights violations in the production and shipment of products and vehicles. Current legislation in the U.S. and select European countries is also anticipated to be a template for proposed and pending legislation in multiple countries. As such, the degree of company compliance required will likely need to be global, regional, or even national, depending on the business footprint.

Moving forward, our challenge is to not only create industry awareness, but to bring forward resources to help companies navigate this potentially disruptive and costly supply chain risk.


Upcoming Event - February 28, 2024!

Supply Chain Transparency Reporting Comes to Canada Webinar

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Registration is now open for our February 28 webinar, "Supply Chain Transparency Reporting Comes to Canada," where Gowling WLG's Stephen Pike will discuss Canada's S-211 - Fighting Against Forced Labour and Child Labour in Supply Chains Act.


Upcoming Event - March 12, 2024!

Michael House

UFLPA Trade Policy: A Legal Perspective on Compliance

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As global legislation poses greater supply chain risk to companies in the form of fines and banned goods in the U.S. and other countries, there is mounting pressure on companies to have greater visibility into their supply chains. Trade compliance and legal staffs along with executives are experiencing challenges with knowing how legislative requirements are being enforced.

UFLPA Trade Policy: A Legal Perspective on Compliance Event Flyer

In this intimate setting you will have the opportunity to hear case studies and insights from our guest speaker, Michael P. House, Perkins Coie, LLC. Michael is Partner and Firmwide Co-Chair, International Trade & Transactions Practice. He counsels clients on Customs issues involving import transactions including entry, classification and valuation, and on U.S. international trade policy.

Additional Training Coming Soon!

AIAG is currently developing numerous resources for individuals to learn and test their knowledge of forced labor and human rights issues, including videos, eLearning, job aids, legal and risk management resources, and more.

Topics covered in these training resources include:

  • How to understand which global legislation is applicable to your company
  • How to communicate with, and cascade information to your suppliers
  • Internal Management Processes: Chain of Custody documentation required
  • Industry expectations and the cost of noncompliance
  • How to begin identifying your component parts
  • How to conduct a FLHR Materiality Assessment and/or Gap Analysis
  • The difference between a WFO and Notice of Detention
  • And much more!

Download the Automotive Industry Guiding Principles to Enhance Sustainability Performance in the Supply Chain and the global Automotive Sustainability Practical Guidance documents.

Not a member yet? AIAG members get free or discounted access to assessments, training, events, standards, and best practices, along with opportunities to volunteer and influence future initiatives, and more. Be sure to head to the membership section of our website for next steps, and check back as we add additional tools and resources for identifying and addressing forced labor compliance risks in your supply chain.

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Note: This information is not intended to be a substitute for a rigorous analysis of your company’s supply chain due diligence process. Please be sure to select the tools and resources that best meet your team’s needs.