Journal of Textile Science & Engineering

ISSN: 2165-8064

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Social Compliance, Occupational Health and Environmental Safety Management Practice in the Apparel Industry of Bangladesh: An Overview


Mohibullah ATM, Takebira UM, Moni KN and Rahman M

The environment is everything in the world around us that surrounds and affects all life on earth. It provides all necessary goods and services to the biotic component within it. Garments industries may contribute more to the economy of the country along with taking care of the surrounding environment. Notwithstanding, working conditions in this essential division are poor. That is, they don't agree to work hones that guarantee the social welfare of their employees. The factories are experiencing tension to enhance their work environment security to worldwide measures. This study audits the writing on working conditions in Bangladesh's RMG part and the disappointment of its current work laws. A Primary research was done to gather qualitative information which was being investigated qualitatively utilizing illustrative and inferential insights. The survey was designed to collect information to analyse the present scenario of compliance practice in Bangladesh. The research was identified the causes and effects of occupational hazards and explores policy options and recommendations that can promote greater occupational safety in Bangladesh RMG sector. It will also aid us in rheostat the disability or death caused by occupational hazards on poverty status. The correlational analysis of health & safety strategies in working environment and designed usage in developed countries will help as rules for building legitimate health & safety prime for present garments manufactures and exporters.


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