FairCapacity Program – Bangladesh
Reducing labor risks through better production planning and transparency.
Goal: SAI’s comprehensive FairCapacity Program (previously Supplier Capacity Program) will help suppliers improve their production capacity planning, improve their labor and business practices, and connect with major brands that have committed to improve their purchasing practices.
Project Duration: Expected 2019-2022
Read the full project overview here.
The FairCapacity Platform officially launched on January 31, 2022 in Bangladesh. Speakers from the European Union, GFEMS, BGMEA and Team Group, Center for Policy Dialogue (CPD), Fair Labor Association (FLA), Bangladesh Institute of Labour Studies (BILS), Entrust Fashions Ltd., Renaissance Group, and more introduced the Platform and discussed how it can help suppliers achieve business and social compliance goals. Download event slides and watch the panel discussion and Platform demo here.
Register for the FairCapacity Platform
Register for the FairCapacity Platform today with no cost and no commitment.
The FairCapacity Platform is now in its pilot phase and registration is available for buyers and suppliers. Follow the registration link and fill in the profile details to register. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email. You will be registered soon after confirmation and receive information to access the FairCapacity Platform.
Join FairCapacity Training & Events
The FairCapacity Program will offer free trainings and events in Bangladesh each quarter throughout 2022 on topics such as improving labor performance, production capacity planning and calculation, responsible subcontracting in the apparel industry, and more.
Join our mailing list to be notified when we schedule new trainings and events.
Trainings will be posted here when available. There are currently no scheduled trainings.
Get Access to FairCapacity Assessments & Capacity Building
Garment suppliers in Bangladesh can also sign up for Management System Assessments (based on SAI’s Social Fingerprint model), to help them measure and map a path to improve on social performance—a company’s preparedness to manage a socially responsible workplace or supply chain. Companies receive a score report and improvement plan, access to one-on-one support from our expert trainers, and customized tools to support improvement.
If interested, please reach out to the Bangladesh program lead, Abdul Alim. Our country leads are a local resource for FairCapacity participants and are experts in assessing management systems and labor performance and supporting improvements for companies of all types.
Bangladesh Program Lead
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