Bengali

Grievance Mechanisms

Target Audience: Suitable attendees for this course are mid- to senior level producer factory managers, or Producers, who had their factories audited. Pre-requisites: Having an understanding of the BSCI system and its workings. Please refer to the “Getting started on BSCI” course for information. Under the BSCI Code of Conduct, producers are required to operate a grievance mechanism. A grievance mechanism can be a suggestion box in a canteen, an email address or a designated manager from the HR department.

Drafting a Remediation Plan

Target Audience: Suitable attendees for this course are mid- to senior level producer factory managers, or Producers, who had their factories audited. Pre-requisites: Having an understanding of the BSCI system and its workings. Please refer to the “Getting started on BSCI” course for information.

Getting Started with BSCI

Target Audience: This workshop is aimed at producers who are new to BSCI. Pre-requisites: None. The majority of producers will face challenges with working hours, remuneration and health and safety. The reasons for these non-compliances are often tied to weak management systems within the producer and a host of external factors (e.g., purchasing practices). The BSCI Code of Conduct recognizes these root causes and encourages producers to adopt the Code values and the BSCI system to manage these driving forces and to incrementally improve working conditions.

Occupational Health and Safety

This advanced workshop for aims at highlighting which challenges can occur on the factory floor and how they impact on workers and the business.

The course gives attendees tools at hand to:

  • Build effective health and safety systems that will reduce accidents
  • Explain safety regulation requirements, liability and employee rights.

Attendees of this training will gain proficient understanding of a safe work environment

Fair Remuneration and Decent Working Hours

Target Audience: Suitable attendees for this course are mid- to senior level producer factory managers, or Producers, who had their factories audited. Pre-requisites: Having an understanding of the BSCI system and its workings. Please refer to the “Getting started on BSCI” course for information. This advanced workshop examines the challenges of improper pay and excessive overtime. It looks at the root causes of these problems and what the local law mandates. The workshop gives attendees best practice management system tools at hand to:

Fire Safety

This BSCI WRAP joint workshop on fire safety looks at typical factory floor conditions and workplace practices that encourage the outbreak of fires.

This 5.6 hour workshop is designed factory managers and fire wardens.

Pre-requisites: None

The workshop will look at:

Fire Safety

This BSCI WRAP joint workshop on fire safety looks at typical factory floor conditions and workplace practices that encourage the outbreak of fires.

This 5.6 hour workshop is designed factory managers and fire wardens.

Pre-requisites: None

The workshop will look at:

Fire Safety

Target Audience: This workshop is designed for factory managers and fire wardens. Pre-requisites: None. This BSCI WRAP joint workshop on fire safety looks at typical factory floor conditions and workplace practices that encourage the outbreak of fires. The workshop will look at: How fires burn; Work conditions (crowding, flammable materials, electrical wiring, machinery) that encourage fires; How to prevent fires and minimise potentially hazardous conditions; and Training managers and workers to respond quickly to fires.

Getting Started with BSCI

The majority of producers will face challenges with working hours, remuneration and health and safety. The reasons for these non-compliances are often tied to weak management systems within the producer and a host of external factors (e.g. purchasing practices). The BSCI Code of Conduct recognises these root causes and encourages producers to adopt the Code values and the BSCI system to manage these driving forces and to incrementally improve working conditions.

In this highly interactive one-day workshop, learners will be introduced to: