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Impact Assessments

Alliance Training Impact Assessment Report

IMPACT ASSESSMENT REPORT: BASIC FIRE SAFETY TRAINING PROGRAM
THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER AT HOUSTON, SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH

This independent impact assessment report is prepared by The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth) School of Public Health on the Alliance for Bangladesh Worker Safety’s (Alliance) Basic Fire Safety Training Program in Bangladesh. A research team consisting of faculty and graduate students from UTHealth led this study by conceptualizing and designing the study, collecting and analyzing the data, and describing the findings.

Alliance For Bangladesh Baseline Worker Survey Report

This is a seminal report on workplace health and safety of Bangladesh’s garment workers. The findings make a major contribution to our understanding on the knowledge, awareness, and experience of garment workers on the prevalent workplace hazards and existing workplace practices, policies and programs, and how these have impacts on their health and safety. It highlights the different safety barriers that Bangladeshi garment workers face in their workplaces. Addressing most of these barriers is very much within our reach.

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