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Commentary: Timeline of changes to improve worker & factory safety since Rana Plaza collapse

Author: Michelle Russell & Ben Wright, just-style (UK), Published on: 23 April 2017

 “Rana Plaza four years on – Timelines of change”, 21 Apr 2017

Just days before the fourth anniversary of the Rana Plaza building collapse in Bangladesh, just-style looks at the changes that have been made to improve worker and building safety within the country’s ready-made garment industry.  While progress has undoubtedly been made, questions remain about the speed of remediation if all parties involved are to leave their legacy of safer factories in 2018. [Also mentions Nike, Adidas, H&M, C&A, KiK, Gap, Walmart, Levi Strauss, Inditex, JC Penney, Benetton, Primark, Auchan, Matalan, VF Corp, Esprit, Marks & Spencer, Otto, Puma, PVH and Tesco.]

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Related companies: adidas Associated British Foods Auchan C&A Esprit Gap Hennes & Mauritz (H&M) Inditex KiK Levi Strauss Marks & Spencer Matalan Nike Otto Primark (part of Associated British Foods) Puma PVH (Phillips-Van Heusen) Tesco United Colors of Benetton VF Corp Walmart