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[DOC] Carrefour statement and response to questions relating to the Spectrum Sweater disaster in Bangladesh as raised by CNE (Centrale Nationale des Employés) and Setca / BBTK (Syndicat des Employés, Techniciens et Cadres de Belgique).

Author: Carrefour, Published on: 15 June 2005

Everyday Carrefour fully assumes its responsibilities towards its staff on the human and material aspects and takes every necessary action to guarantee a maximum level of safety and avoid the risks. Nevertheless, nobody is ever completely safe from an accident and as such we are ready to fully address our eventual responsibilities. With regard to our suppliers, Carrefour commits since many years to contribute to a better respect of human rights by it suppliers by implementing a progressive system of standards and social audits.

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