The Bangladeshi workers who sew H&M’s clothing continue to toil in extremely dangerous conditions, in many cases lacking the most urgent and lifesaving fire safety measures, according to our October 2015 report and our January 2016 update. In 2010, 21 workers died in a fire at H&M supplier factory Garib & Garib, which lacked proper fire exits. In 2013, 1,138 workers died when Rana Plaza – which housed five garment factories – collapsed due to structural failures.
Take action: Urge H&M to ensure the required safety repairs at its suppliers in Bangladesh so that there are no more Garib & Garibs or Rana Plazas.
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