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Published on Friday, 07 October 2016

Alliance issues third annual worker safety report

Written by John Mowbray

The Alliance was set up following the Rana Plaza accident

DHAKA - The Alliance for Bangladesh Worker Safety (Alliance) has issued its third annual report which shows that so far, 97 factories have been suspended from the list of Alliance-compliant factories for failure to make sufficient remediation progress, 63 per cent of required repairs have been completed, and 1.2 million workers have been trained in basic fire safety. The report shows that just 40 factories have achieved substantial completion of their Corrective Action Plans (CAPs), illustrating the slow pace of remediation in Alliance factories (in common with Bangladesh Accord factories).


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