Footwear Industries in Bangladesh: Problems & Prospects.

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Dev 595
Supervised Research Paper
Footwear Industries in Bangladesh:
Problems & Prospects.
PREPARED FOR :
P rofessor A. K. M. Atiqur Rahman, Ph.D.
Instructor : Dev 595

Dean, School of Arts and Social Sciences

SUBMITTED BY :
A bu Tariq Mohammad Zaki
ID # 041-439-551

November 27th, 2012.

North South University

FOOTWEAR INDUSTRIES IN BANGLADESH:

PROBLEM S & PROSPECTS.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

CONTENTS
Executive Summary
1. Introduction
1.1 Origin o f the Report
1.2 Objectives
1.3 Scope
1.4 Definitions & Concepts
1.5 Methodology
1.5.1 Overall Approach
1.5.2 Analysis And Presentation
2. A Brief Look Into The Footwear Industries In Bangladesh:
2.1 Types Of Footwear Industries:
2.2 Location of Leather Firms
2.3 Ownership Pattern of Leather Farms/Units
2.4 Raw Materials used by Leather Footwear
2.5 Labor Force in the Leather Footwear Sector
2.6 SWOT Analysis of Leather Footwear
2.7 Profile Of Some Prominent Footwear Industry In Bd:
2.8 A Comparative Picture of Leather Related Industries
3. Problems Of Bangladesh Export-Oriented Footwear Sector:
3.1 Problems Of Bangladesh Footwear Sector:
3.2 Manufacturing Problems In Footwear Industry
3.2.1 Common Faults In Cutting Department
3.2.2 Common Faults In Swing Department
3.2.3 Common Faults In Lasting Department
3.2.4 Common Faults In Finishing Department
3.3 The International Challenge Of Bangladesh
3.3.1 Overwhelming Dominance Of The Far East I.E. China:
3.3.2 Challenge Of International Brand Image:
3.3.3 Growing Influence Of Buyers On Makers:
3.3.4 Increasing Important Supermarkets And Clothing Stores: 3.3.5 Constant International Demand
3.3.6 Global Environmental Issue:
3.3.7 Constant Demand Of International Market
3.3.8 Challenge Of The Liberalization Of International Trade Transactions: 3.3.9 Challenge Of E-Commerce:
3.4 Hazards And Their Prevention
3.4 .1 Fire:
3.4 .2 Accidents:
3.4 .3 Health Hazards:
3.4 .4 Environmental And Public Health Hazards:

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4.
Prospects Of Footwear Sector:
4.1
Footwear Sector In Bangladesh
4.2
Principal Footwear Export Items :
4.3
Export Countries Of Bangladeshi Footwear & Components:
4.4
Fair Report
4.5
Technical Seminar
4.6
View Of Some Company:
5. Compliance:
5.1 Health, Hygiene & Welfare Dust And Fume
5.1.1 Ventilation &Temperature:
5.1.2 Contribution To Health Care:
5.1.3 Room For Children:
5.1.4 Consequences Of Insufficient Health, Hygiene & Welfare 5.1.5 Lighting:
5.1.6 Sound:
5.1.7 Dust & Fume:
5.1.8 Health Care:
5.1.9 First Aid:
5.1.10 Safety Record Book:
5.1.11 Canteens And Shelters:
5.1.12 Child Care:
5.2
Child Workers:
5.2.1 Exception Of Child Labor As Per I Lo Convention 138:
5.3
Young Workers
5.3.1 There Is No Ilo Convention On Young Workers:
5.3.2 Definition Of A Young Worker:
5.3.3 Definition Of Forced Labor As Per Ilo Convention 29:
5.3.4 Bangladesh Constitution:
5.3.5 Non-Discrimination:
5.4
Maternity Benefit
5.4.1 Emplo yment Of Women Workers Is Prohibited
5.4.2 Consequences Of No Maternity Benefit:
5.5 Safety Benefits
5.5.1 Safety Of Buildings And Machinery:
5.5.2 Electrical Safety:
5.5.3 Electrical Safety Can Be Increased Through The Following Measures: 5.5.4 Machine Safety:
5.5.5 Material Storage:
5.5.6 Personal Protective Equipment (Ppe):
5.5.7 Consequences Of Unsafe Working Environment:
5.5.8 Wages And Benefits:
5.5.9 Retirement Benefit (Condition Of Employment):
5.5.10 Death Benefits (Condition Of Employment):
5.5.11 Provident Fund (Condition Of Employment):
5.5.12 Termination (Condition Of Employment):
5.5.13 List Of Misconducts (Condition Of Employment):
5.5.14 Procedure Of Punishment (Condition Of Employment):
5.5.15 Dismissal (Condition Of Employment):
5.5.16 Workers’ Responsibilities:
5.5.17 Consequences Of Non-Compliance With Wages And Benefits: 2

5.5.18
6.
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
7.

Maximum Working Hours:
Recommended Solution
National Political Measures:
Development...
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