President, PM for safe work environment
Published: 10:54 PM, 27 April 2018
Daily Bangladesh Desk
President Md Abdul Hamid and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina today called for taking concerted efforts in ensuring occupational health protection and safe work environment in the country.
They made the call in separate messages on the eve of `National Occupational Health and Safety Day-2018`.
The theme of the day is `Healthy Workers, Safe Life-Ensure Sustainable Development`.
The President, in his message, said there is no alternative to ensure utmost utilization of up-to-date technology and labour resources to cope with the open market economy.
The President said it is very important to ensure developed workplace, occupational health and safety of institutional and non-institutional workers to increase productivity for sustainable development.
"Healthiness of workers and congenial work environment is closely related with productivity," he said.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, in her message, said the greatest Bangalee of all times Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman had struggled throughout his life to realize the rights of workers.
"He (Bangabandhu) was the true friend of workers. He had nationalized all mills and factories after the independence to ensure the rights and welfare of the workers," she added.
The Awami League led government has been implementing various massive prpgrammes to develop the living standard of workers, to ensure congenial work environment and health safety at workplace since after assuming office in 2009.
She mentioned a number of steps have taken by her government for welfare of the workers, including, formulating "National Occupational Health and Safety Policy 2013" and "Bangladesh Labour Rules 2015".
Sheikh Hasina urged the owners of industries and factories, investors, managers and entrepreneurs to ensure safe work environment and health protection of workers for continuing the sustainable industrialization and increasing of productivity.
The prime minister called for taking concerted efforts to turn Bangladesh into a middle income country before 2021 and developed and prosperous country by 2041.
The President and the Prime Minister wished success of all programmes marking the day.
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