AMSTERDAM – All 745 ready-made garment factories under the Bangladeshi government’s inspection programme have yet to eliminate high risk safety hazards, all of which were identified up to five years ago. The Clean Clothes Campaign, which is among a number of civil society organisations urging the government to retain the Bangladesh Accord, claims high risk hazards include lockable exit ways which, in the event of a fire, could leave workers trapped inside. “Many high risk hazards should – and could – have been eliminated immediately after being identified,” it said in a statement.
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