Take Action: Call upon H&M to improve labour rights 

In May 2013 H&M was the first company to sign the Bangladesh Accord on Fire and Building Safety. By signing, H&M agreed that Accord inspectors would check its supplier factories in Bangladesh and identity where repairs and renovations should be done to ensure each factory was safe for the workers inside. In its 2014 Sustainability Report H&M claimed that they completer their target of “following up initial inspections, ensuring remediation and enrolling new suppliers”. In its 2015 Sustainability Report, H&M recognize that it still had “more to do” in this area.    

When the Clean Clothes Campaign, International Labor Rights Forum, Maquila Solidarity Network and Worker Rights Consortium decided to check the status of the key H&M supplier factories, most of them were behind schedule in repairing the safety defect that inspections had noticed.

Those organizations are calling on H&M to abide by all its responsibilities under the Accord on Fire and Building Safety in Bangladesh.

How can You Help?

Go to http://www.hmbrokenpromises.com/

And send a letter to H&M and spread the world about the campaign on social media using #hmbrokenpromises or #hmdeathtraps