Assessment of lessons learned in Rana Plaza disaster
AuthorShahid, Mahadi Hasan
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Rana Plaza collapse is one of the major man-made disasters in the history of Bangladesh. In this disaster we lost 1200 hundred people. It was one of the most worse industrial (garments) accidents in the of the world. After this disaster government found many vulnerable and risky building and also take government serious steps. But not enough to prevent such types of massive disaster. After this disaster government, foreign partners (buyers), various types of stakeholders, INGO and NGO have taken many steps to stop such types of massive disaster. Government takes some policy for safe and work friendly environment for worker but still not implement properly. For my research I found some core things that are main responsible for this types of disaster such as failure of government, political dimension of the crisis, competitive pursue of globalization, injustice of global economic order. but now scenarios are changed government takes multi-disciplinary action and coordination between labor and owner and also introduced some essential Laws like trade union, worker salary scales and other facilities. Government gives more power to labor ministry to observe those situation properly. My outcome of this research paper in Rana Plaza victims rehabilitating process, reemployment process, building safety and security process, responsible organizations, investigation report and undertaking legal action against Rana Plaza.