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Accident Survey Report 2013

1727 Workers Died in 2013; Garments, Construction, Agriculture and Ship Breaking Workers in Peak

1727 workers were died (Formal Sector - 1401 and Informal Sector - 326) and 2307 workers were injured (Formal Sector - 2133 and Informal Sector - 174) in different workplace accidents from January 01 to December 31, 2013.

Bangladesh Occupational Safety, Health and Environment Foundation (OSHE) has revealed this yearly workplace accident report based on monitoring fifteen leading national daily newspapers of the country and reports of its field offices in different parts of the country.

As per the findings, in formal sector, the highest number of workers’ casualties (Died - 1170 and Injured - 1748; whereas died - 1135 & injured - 1248 only in Rana Plaza Disaster) took place in Garments (sweater, waving, knitting, spinning and composing) industries and the second highest number of workers’ casualties (Died - 121 and Injured - 125) took place in Construction sector. Moreover, the state of Ship breaking sector is Died - 26 and Injured - 40.  

In informal sector, the highest number of workers’ casualties (Died - 100 and Injured - 27) took place in Agriculture sector and the second highest number of workers’ casualties (Died - 54 and Injured - 35) took place in Construction (Household related; personally) sector. Most of agriculture workers were died of thunderstorm or lighting.

The major causes, found for the deaths and injuries are building/roof/wall collapse, factory fire, electrocution, thunderstorm/lighting, falling from height, boiler or water pope explosion, earth collapse and chemical or gas explosion. Furthermore, 1187 workers were died and 1365 workers were injured because of building/roof/wall collapse. 15 were died and 282 were injured because of factory fire. Electrocution causes 189 deaths and 57 injuries. 136 were died and 66 were injured for thunderstorm/lighting. Falling from height causes 84 deaths and 5 injuries and 13 workers were died and 28 workers were injured because of boiler or water pope explosion.



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