Bangladesh’s RMG sector contribution in terms of GDP is highly remarkable; it has reached 13 percent of GDP, which was only about 3 percent in 1991. The contribution of Bangladesh Knitwear sector on GDP is 6.92% and the backward linkage sector has another 2% contribution on GDP of Bangladesh. It also plays a pivotal role in promoting the development of other key sectors of the economy like banking, insurance, shipping & Logistic industries, etc.
The recent tragedy at Multifabs Ltd. before that Rana Plaza and Tazrin Garments along with others illustrated the lack of safety standards and structural stability of garment factories in Bangladesh, the world’s second-largest exporter of textiles. This is happening when ready-made-garment (RMG) sector in Bangladesh has expanded greatly over the past five years. Whilst exports have grown, there remains a lack of general understanding and awareness of compliance, and how to meet the demands of retailers. To maintain the vibe of production in sync it is obvious to ensure Safe & Moderated Operation environment thereby reduce production of cost.
Health and safety is an important workplace behavior - if we can prevent injury, illness and death at work then all ready-made garments Industry will be benefited. This training is meant for Compliance & maintenance Managers, officers.
Benefit after the Course:
After the training participants will be able reduce number of personnel injuries through prevention of workplace hazards by reducing the risk of major accidents & by ensuring a well-qualified and enthusiastic workforce by fulfillment of the increasing expectations of the workers.
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Engr. Tanfiz Alam Emon
Asst. Manager (Engineering)
Mr. Alam is one of the 11 Boiler Experts & Inspectors of People’s Republic Bangladesh. Previously he was the Deputy Secretary at BKMEA and before that he has been working as Shift-in-Charge of Power House in Opsonin Group.
Mr. Alam has completed BSc. in Mechanical Engineering from KUET. He was engaged with European Union’s Horizon 2020 Project (Industrial Automation). He leads a number of engineering training base projects with ADB & World Bank earlier.
He has conducted trainings on Boiler installation & Maintain, Captive Power Generation, Fire safety & management, Industrial automation and Data management system automation.