Alliance for Bangladesh Worker Safety

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ALLIANCE FOR BANGLADESH WORKER SAFETY ENGAGES UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS TO CONDUCT INDEPENDENT IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF SAFETY TRAININGS

ALLIANCE FOR BANGLADESH WORKER SAFETY ENGAGES UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS
TO CONDUCT INDEPENDENT IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF SAFETY TRAININGS

The Alliance for Bangladesh Worker Safety announced today that it has contracted with the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston to conduct an independent assessment of the Alliance basic fire safety training for garment factory workers in Bangladesh. The project team will be led by Dr. Hasanat Alamgir, a University of Texas (UT) School of Public Health associate professor of occupational health at the Program in Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences. The team will conduct a research study to yield valid and reliable results, collect data through randomized surveys and focus groups from workers, and ultimately deliver a detailed report on the effectiveness of the Alliance worker training. This report will help identify areas of improvement as the Alliance training programs continue and expand the in the coming years.

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