Additionally remediation efforts, such as conducting verification visits in 100 factories and finalising corrective action plans for factories, have been made. In the next three or four years, Alliance is planning to launch Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) committees in all the factories. The committees will act as a formal representative structure that can raise workplace safety and health concerns with management on behalf of the workers. (PB)
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