Venue : Hall 2, ICCB (International Convention City Bashundhara), Joar Sahara, Khilkhet (Beside 300ft Purbachal Link Road),
Purbachal Express Hwy, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Date : 18th 19th 20th April 2019
OSH Bangladesh marks its debut in Dhaka today
Dhaka, 18th April 2019: UBM India, India’s leading exhibitions organiser launched the preview edition of Occupational Safety & Health Bangladesh ( OSH ) along with International Fire Security Exhibition and Conference (IFSEC Bangladesh) in Dhaka today. Held at ICCB between 18th – 20th April , the expo brought together internationally renowned exhibitors, consultants, industry experts and key government officials on a single platform to exchange global best practices and seek solutions for challenges pertaining to occupational health and safety industries.
Bangladesh Occupational Safety, Health and Environment Foundation (OSHE) is a specialized labor Foundation. OSHE established in December 2003 by workers institutive as specialized development organization to work on issues affect employment, income, economy, environment and livelihood of the working people. The foundation serves as ‘think-tank’ at the national level on labor, OSH, sustainable development and other cross-cutting issues.
The Apex Trade Body to represent solely the Knitwear Sector of Bangladesh stands out in the global panorama with distinct identity and stature. BKMEA adheres to innovation and creativity so that the sector based policy-making process becomes realistically and strategically perfect and gives off the result that expedites its developmental phase. BKMEA has started its journey in 1996 by the all out efforts of few knitwear manufacturers. BKMEA was formed as a trade association to facilitate and promote knitwear business. To cater the demand generated from the changing apparel global value chain, BKMEA has been matured into the level and height of a world class organization. Now a day, BKMEA has given highest priority in the specialization of resources. Today it is an organization of about 2000 knitwear manufacturers and exporters that represent the largest export earning sector of the country.
is the premiere association for the construction industry of Bangladesh and is a link amongst all the organizations and firms which currently deal in the development sector of the country as well as the world. BACI is a non-political and non-profit organization. The aim of BACI is to promote the development and well being of the construction sector, namely construction industry of Bangladesh as well as to safeguard the interest of all, especially its members, engaged in development works of the country.
The Department of Inspection for Factories and Establishments (DIFE) is a department under the Ministry of Labour and Employment. This department is responsible for ensuring welfare, safety and health of valuable human resources working in various sectors contributing national development. By enforcing labour laws of the country, the department has been leading the nation in creating a safe and healthy work culture and improving the quality of wage earner. The DIFE is no longer considered a mere labour law enforcement agency, it provides information and advice to employers and workers concerning the most effective means of complying with the legal provisions. The DIFE Collaborates with various government and private organizations, agencies along with international organizations specially ILO to facilitate policy, planning, measures and directions adopted to enhance occupational safety and health for all workers by appropriate working conditions and environment.
The International Labour Organization (ILO) works with the government, workers and employers organisations to promote decent and productive employment opportunities for women and men in Bangladesh. Bangladesh has been an active member state of the ILO since 22 June 1972 and has ratified 35 ILO Conventions including seven fundamental conventions. The ILO opened its office in Dhaka, Bangladesh on 25 June 1973, and initially started working on expanding income-earning opportunities through labour-based infrastructure development and maintenance. More recent technical cooperation activities have focused on enhancing working conditions and labour rights with considerable emphasis being placed on the ready-made garment sector. Major initiatives are also taking place in the areas of skills development and increasing employability of young and adult women and men. In addition, the ILO strives to enhance social protection and decent employment conditions for Bangladeshi migrant workers. Effort is made to eliminate child labour, promote the rights of indigenous and tribal peoples and establish basic social protection benefits.