Latest: Improving Working Conditions in the Ready-Made Garment Sector in Bangladesh (RMGP Programme)

2019

  1. A safe and healthy future of work

    Bangladesh Government honours 24 companies on National Occupational Safety and Health Day

    28 April 2019

2018

  1. Publication

    RMG Programme Phase II (English)

    04 November 2018

  2. Press release

    Apparel Companies Receive Award on National Occupational Safety and Health Day

    28 April 2018

  3. International Women's Day 2018

    Beyond the Sewing Machine: Photographs highlight women’s empowerment in the garment sector

    07 March 2018

  4. Publication

    ILO Bangladesh Newsletter

    27 February 2018

  5. Publication

    Trade Unions in Bangladesh: Promoting Safe and Healthy Workplaces in the Ready Made Garment (RMG) Sector (English)

    22 January 2018

    Trade unions are a centre piece in building safer workplaces. The main purpose of the advocacy tool is to highlight the important role and responsibility that unions could continue to play in building proper workers’ awareness and action on OSH, building a preventative culture and helping establish OSH committees in workplaces.

  6. Our impact, their voices

    Bangladesh: Improving safety in the garment industry

    17 January 2018

    An ILO programme is helping garment factories in Bangladesh improve safety and minimize the risk of another tragedy like the one that claimed more than 1,100 lives in 2013.

2017

  1. Bangladesh

    Towards safer working conditions in the Bangladesh ready-made garment sector

    17 December 2017

    The activities and results of the first phase of ILO's Improving Working Conditions in the Ready-Made Garment Sector Programme (2013-2017)

  2. Video

    A better trained labour inspectorate | Zannat Ara

    04 December 2017

    ILO has helped develop a comprehensive foundational training programme for labour inspectors in Bangladesh. Some 200 inspectors have taken part in the 40-day course which gives them a solid grounding in the skills they need to carry out their work effectively. This work was supported by the ILO's Improving Working Conditions in the Ready Made garment Sector Programme funded by Canada, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom.

  3. Video

    A better trained labour inspectorate | Ujjal Deb

    04 December 2017

    ILO has helped develop a comprehensive foundational training programme for labour inspectors in Bangladesh. Some 200 inspectors have taken part in the 40-day course which gives them a solid grounding in the skills they need to carry out their work effectively. This work was supported by the ILO's Improving Working Conditions in the Ready Made garment Sector Programme funded by Canada, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom.