COVID-19 Resource Hub
A resource hub from Better Work Bangladesh to help
the industry manage through disruption.
Supporting factories in Bangladesh to navigate the COVID-19 crisis.
A comprehensive guideline to help employers, workers and respective committee members ensure and maintain safe and healthy workplaces.
Bangladesh law provides for a range of measures that employers can take to address the challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Recommends approaches for factories to advance social dialogue to meet the challenges relating to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Training resources from Better Work Bangladesh
This training is a garment worker training, developed both as a standalone training, and to compliment the implementation of Better Work Bangladesh’s Covid-19 Management Guidance in Bangladesh RMG and footwear factories. It’s purpose is to provide clarity to workers on COVID-19, and what they can do to keep themselves and their families safe and healthy.
This training provides useful information and advice for the garment workers to maintain a healthy diet during the COVID-19 pandemic. While no foods or dietary supplements can prevent COVID-19 infection, maintaining a healthy diet is an important part of supporting a strong immune system.
Online training for factories
Better Work Bangladesh (BWB) has teamed up with Quizrr to support factories and their employees during this difficult time. Free courses are available on Quizrr’s digital training platform to help employers raise awareness and take action on COVID-19 in the workplace.
Toolkit for Wage Digitalisation
The International Labour Organization (ILO) is a partner of the Better Than Cash Alliance to promote digital payments as an important tool to support decent work, financial inclusion and economic opportunities in the workplace. Based on HERfinance Digital Wages program developed in partnership with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, this toolkit helps employers and managers to transition from cash to digital payroll in a responsible way that considers the needs of all workers, particularly women workers.
Despite the unprecedented disruption caused by COVID-19 crisis, BWB continues to support the industry through virtual advisory & training, webinar and other virtual interventions tailored to the needs of the industry.
Multimedia resources from relevant organisations and authorities
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