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Dangerous Delays on Worker Safety

Author: International Labor Rights Forum, Worker Rights Consortium, Clean Clothes Campaign & Maquila Solidarity Network, Published on: 22 November 2016

Three and a half years after the catastrophic Rana Plaza building collapse, major apparel brands and retailers that are part of the Alliance for Bangladesh Worker Safety including Gap Inc., Target, VF Corporation, Hudson’s Bay Company (HBC), and Walmart1 are failing to fulfill their commitments to make their supplier factories safe, leaving hundreds of thousands workers at risk. Rather than hold member companies accountable, the Alliance is concealing their lack of action by refusing to publish detailed information on factory progress and by reporting some factories as “On Track” on safety renovations when, in fact, they have failed to implement key renovations by mandated deadlines. 

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